1 Google Maps Alphabet
The first Google Maps alphabet, featuring all 26 letters, has been created from satellite images of natural features and buildings by Rhett Dashwood, a graphic designer from Australia.
From Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the artist Luiza Prado created an alternative and eatable alphabet. Have a nice lunch!
Cool yet disgusting, a hairy alphabet made by Craig Ward.
Alphabet Truck is the photographic work of Eric Tabuchi, with a series of 26 photographs representing several thousands of kilometres traversed over the past four years.
This alphabet was made by Lisa Reinermann from photographs looking up through the gaps in buildings.
A weird (and painful) alphabet, made with clothespin and skin. It's called alfabet in huid (typeface in skin), made by Thijs Verbeek.
Robert Bolesta invented an entire alphabet made out of raw hamburger. He hand-shaped, packaged, and photographed each one individually, creating this unique alphabet.
A found alphabet made from shoestrings drapped into a cursive pattern, by Mark Notermann.
9Butterfly Wings' Alphabet
This original and ecological alphabet was made of butterfly wings' photos.
10Halo Corpse Alphabet
The Halo Corpse Alphabet is a rather macabre project with the goal being to represent every letter of the alphabet by the twisted, curved, stretched, and otherwise dead Spartan and Elite bodies from Halo 3. The Halo community was clearly up for the challenge as they miraculously managed to capture every single letter, number, and even some punctuation in the form of screenshots.
A beautigul sign language alphabet made by JK Keller, from matchbooks found on the street.
Alphabet made of beards, by Tim Yarzhombeck.