Loose and chunky lettering styles on these (presumably) 1970s Telugu pulp book covers. I love the yellow lettering, which plays with the space and shape of the word. In lettering like this, the artist puts a lot of visual emphasis on the vowel and conjunct strokes – compared to most Telugu typefaces, in which the vowel strokes may appear disconnected or secondary to the base characters. So for someone like me, just learning the script, it has a very different look and feel than most Telugu book typefaces and is trickier to read. But gorgeous!