The teeth of the Walrus seem to be crying out for a ‘W’. Then it’s a question of whether we go for an upside down ‘W’ as the body, or one as the jowls? Whilst whiskers are a large feature of this marine mammal, i’m not sure that we need it. The simpler we can execute this the better. All suggestions welcome.
There’s something slightly comedic about this Roman Condensed ‘W’, when you start imagining the internal negative white space as the teeth of the Walrus.
Saw this ‘W’ in Bulgaria Magazine and wondered if this could work as the Walrus gums. It would probably bleed off the top of the page and then have the tusks underneath it.