Japanese eyewear brand TYPE just released a new collection with retailer Oh My Glasses—and it's nothing like you've seen before.

The glasses are based on the fonts we see everyday. The first two to hit the market are Helvetica and Garamond, both of which take design cues from their respective characteristics—Helvetica is square, formal, with sharp edges and pronounced thickness, while Garamond is more circular, intricately curved, and classic in style. Both styles are available in different weights, giving you the option to go for either a slimmer or thicker frame.

As of right now, the glasses are only available for purchase in Japan, but an international release and more font choices could be on the way real soon. Don't waste your time waiting for Comic Sans though, that'll be much harder to pull off.

[via TYPE]