To The Letter

Mike Boon AlphabetWhat It Is: A series of prints by artist Mike Boon that incorporate famous (and not-so-famous) characters and creatures into alphabetic pictograms. The idea? Teach little ones their letters without sacrificing style in a pretty engaging way. It’s a heck of a lot more memorable to learn your letters by naming fictional princesses or Pixar characters than plain ol’ typefaces. It also makes a fun guessing game for adults that are particular fans of a fictional realm.

Who It’s For: On the surface, any little one that’s particularly attached to a specific series; the character choices range from Super Mario Bros to a broader scope, like ‘Horror Icons’ (bottom right). Alternatively a genre-obsessed friend might not mind one as a kitschy piece of art for their basement.

What It Costs: Prices start at $18 for a loose print – but you can actually adapt these to everything from an iPhone case to a hoodie.

Where It’s At: Print shop Society6.

Want a bonus entry into yesterday’s OnHand giveaway? Tell me in the comments below – which of these fun Alphabet Prints would you must love to own?

9 Responses to “To The Letter”
  1. Jeyna Grace says:

    That is very creative!

  2. William Stewart says:

    Marvelphabet is the one for me.

  3. Joan G says:

    Unfortunately I’m past that stage – my grandkids are a little too old.

  4. diane says:

    I like Sesame Street.

  5. cookie3 says:

    love the Muppets & the Simpsons alphabets.

  6. Susan says:

    I’d like the Sesame Street one for my granddaughter.

  7. Paula Harris says:

    They are all so eye pleasing,I love that there are so many things to choose from that can helpp children learn.

  8. Alison K says:

    OnHand bonus entry: of these fun Alphabet Prints, I would most love to own Mike Boon’s Marvelphabet

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