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No Muppet renaissance would be complete without a Muppet alphabet — illustrated by David Vordtriede.
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K is for Kermit the Frog
For Kermit as with all of these guys, I try to capture them the way I picture them best in my mind. Whenever Kermit would introduce the next guest on The Muppet Show it was one of the few moments each night where he let his excitement get the better of him. 
You can jump over to the Flickr page to see them all by clicking here.
Muppabet_Kermit (by David Vordtriede)

No Muppet renaissance would be complete without a Muppet alphabet — illustrated by David Vordtriede.

muppabet:

K is for Kermit the Frog

For Kermit as with all of these guys, I try to capture them the way I picture them best in my mind. Whenever Kermit would introduce the next guest on The Muppet Show it was one of the few moments each night where he let his excitement get the better of him. 

You can jump over to the Flickr page to see them all by clicking here.

Muppabet_Kermit (by David Vordtriede)

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I loved these expressive cartoon faces by Yann Le Bec even before I realized it was a hidden alphabet.
(via Yann Le Bec, illustrator)

I loved these expressive cartoon faces by Yann Le Bec even before I realized it was a hidden alphabet.

(via Yann Le Bec, illustrator)

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Kawaii + Murder = Philip Tseng’s Fruit & Veggie AlphaDeaths.

Kawaii + Murder = Philip Tseng’s Fruit & Veggie AlphaDeaths.

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A-Z of Tiny Blips & Short Clips

Daniele Manoli, a Swedish artist living in Hong Kong, has created 26 mind-warping tributes to the letters of the alphabet. Each animated clip is bizarre and trippy in its own way, but together it’s a remarkably cohesive collection fit for some sort of Grown-Up Sesame Street.

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YORIKO YOSHIDA - Asialphabet
Artist Yoriko Yoshida has made a typographic tribute to Japan, illustrating the letters of the Roman alphabet out of Japanese icons and imagery.
(via Pink Tentacle, who shamelessly reproduce every single image, when linking to the artist’s site will do just nicely… ahem)

YORIKO YOSHIDA - Asialphabet

Artist Yoriko Yoshida has made a typographic tribute to Japan, illustrating the letters of the Roman alphabet out of Japanese icons and imagery.

(via Pink Tentacle, who shamelessly reproduce every single image, when linking to the artist’s site will do just nicely… ahem)

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Van A tot Zet (by Jurgen)

Belgian illustrator Jurgen Walschot flips through his latest alphabet book.

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CHILDREN’S ILLUSTRATION: More Maira

Maira Kalman is one of my favorite artists around these days. As I myself sit on the cusp of signing my first contract to illustrate a children’s book, I find this school library installation and dedication especially heartening and exciting.

It is wonderful when a person’s passion overflows to the point where it buoys others. Nice work, all!