The Alphabet & Northwest Native Flora and Fauna Carved Into Crayons by Diem Chau.

Crayons Carved as Native Northwest Flora and Fauna

In honor of her gallery showing at the G. Gibson Gallery in Seattle, artist Diem Chau has carved yet another amazing set of crayons. This time, it’s the complete alphabet along with flora and fauna (and a person or two) corresponding to each of the 26 letters and all related to the Great Northwest. (more…)

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A Hole In G. Ollie Willis Designs A Typographic Golf Course.

Leicester born London based Designer Ollie Willis challenges the precision, patience and frustration common in the game of golf with a mini golf course in the shape of the letters of the alphabet. By creating a typeface that uses the curves, 45º and 90º angles that are present in mini golf courses, the letters can be made into interactive structures pairing the processes of golf and design to become a 26 hole course. (more…)

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Classic Chairs As Alphabet. Tim Fishlock’s Limited Edition Typeseat Screen Print and Chair Alphabet Prints From Blue Ant Studio.

Blue Ant Studio Chair Prints

I love chairs. And typography, So both Tim Fishlock‘s and Blue Ant Studio’s beautiful prints in which they use Classic Chairs As Typography are right up my alley/in my wheelhouse/my cup of tea… you get the picture. (more…)

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The Alphabet Chest Has 26 Reasons To Use It.

Alphabet Chest by Kent and London

The Alphabet chest by Kent and London, hand crafted furniture makers, is inspired by old printer’s blocks. Each letter represent a drawer. The completely handmade piece is crafted of solid oak and stands about waist-high. (more…)

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