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Body Type' is a re-edition of the legendary naked-women alphabet by Anthon Beeke originally published in 1969. This alphabet which was published in the famous Kwadraadblad serie by Pieter Brattinga, is a carefully composed representation of the letters of the alphabet using naked women. Beeke made the alphabet as a 'tongue in cheek' response to Wim Crouwel's New Alphabet published in the same series a year earlier. This new edition which is in colour, is complimented and enlarged with the numbers modelled by naked men all on individual sheets. It also contains a cahier with the history of the alphabet and a block continaing the letters which can be used to make a streamer. 'Body Type' was on exhibit at the University of Amsterdam in 2011.