Her name is Shurong Diao, but perhaps she should be named'The Artist Who Makes A to Z.' Twenty-four-year old Shurong is an artist who lives in New York City and created a unique project where she used her lush, long hair to present the alphabet as inspired by the powerful brushstrokes in Chinese calligraphy. (Due to some nudity in the images, parental guidance is suggested.)

Shurong Diao wanted to build a connection between Chinese characters and Roman letters. She says, "By using a distinct feature of Chinese women, their long black hair, I created this typeface to uniquely imitate the effect of painting the English alphabet with ‘ink’ on rice paper.”

Hair Alphabet

Her hair alphabet is truly unique and impressive, but will Microsoft include it in the fonts?