Being creative while finding a use for saltines, artist Matthew Olin created Alphabet Soup Crackers.
Using the Saltine’s included holes and hand-stitching, Olin transforms this “bland” food into a fun typography project.
To help teach his daughter Zoë the alphabet in the funnest and yummiest way possible, artist Tommy Perez created AtoZoë.
The project is a series of letters that Perez designs and creates out of food. The goal… To teach Zoë her ABCs and get her a snack in the process. Well done, dad.
Check out Perez’s work and more of this project over at his Instagram.
If you don’t already know your ABCs, you can start learnin’ with the Alphabet Sandwich. Brought to us by DudeFoods.com, the very tall sandwich contains something representing each letter of the alphabet. That’s 26 layers for the layperson.
And, if you were wondering how Nick found anything to represent ‘X’, it’s something called xylocarp, aka coconut. Xylophones aren’t edible, last time we checked.
Here are the layers, and now you know your ABCs…
Italian sausage patty
Krispy Kreme doughnut
Macaroni and cheese
Quest blanco dip
The letters that look good enough to eat are only part of the series, as they employ various everyday objects and body parts as inspiration. However, we focused on the food-related ones because that’s how we roll.
Teach your kids their ABCs, and learn about some of the more obscure candies with Candy Alphabet by Mike Boon. Each letter is represented by a candy that starts with that letter — even Z for Zombie Sour Patch Kids. When did those come out? Want.
Your cheat sheet…
Aero bars, Blue Sharks, Caramels, Dubble Bubble, Eat-More, Fruit Slices, Gummy Bears, Hershey bars, Ice Breakers, Jelly Belly Jelly Beans, Hershey Kisses, Life Savers, M&M’s, Nerds, Oh Henry bars, Pez, Quench Gum, Runts, Skittles, Twizzlers, U-No bars, Victory Vs, Winegums, Xtreme Peppermint (Ford Gum), York Peppermint Patties, Zombie Sour Patch Kids.