Did you know artists have been using the alphabet for inspiration since the Middle Ages? Here are some of our favorite fresh and modern takes on this timeless art.
The "Typographia" collection by Tabisso turns the alphabet into stackable kids chairs made from beechwood and Formica.
Definitely not for kids, but these fun matchboxes from the 1970s feature a whimsical animal alphabet.
Move into the 1980s with these brightly colored stickers.
These contemporary alphabet blocks feature the work of Alexander Girard and were originally created for the San Francisco MoMA shop.
Our most favorite alphabet, however, must be this incredible mini-golf course set high atop a mountain by French artists Guillamit and Thomas Bernard.
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