Let’s get back to basics. “O” is for Owl; “F” is for Fox. This cute animal alphabet by Mat Mabe puts a modern spin on the age-old tradition of teaching children their letters with the help of little pictures. I would love a large poster or book of these prints. Go on, order one for [...]
Atlanta-based editor and animator Evan Seitz has made every gaming parent a happy one with a pithy video that takes you through the alphabet from A to Z with sequences from games. The challenge is to name the different games that appear. There’s a version for film buffs too.
I started illustrating the alphabet on a whim, just to see how much narrative I could wrangle out of a single letter. Sometimes it’s easier to be creative in restraints and the project has had momentum that’s carried it to the letter P. Since “A,” it’s kind of morphed into a transgressive children’s book. The world is full of beasts and grisly things, but I like keeping the whimsy about it.
London-based photographer and graphic designer Amandine Alessandra created an alphabet of long-exposure photographs. The series is entitled Dance With Me and it features 26 choreographic micro-pieces. Each letter is formed by the continuous motion of the subject’s arms, and the long-exposure photography records the motion that the naked eye can’t see.