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.
Lithuanian artist Andy Diak created a fun typography series, Vitamins. The letters and numbers represent vitamins and minerals, e.g. A, C, K, Zinc, etc., and are made up of foods that contain the most of each.
Citrus and peppers make up a C, while Zinc (Zn) is created with beans and seeds. See more of the delicious typography here.
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 know someone who still looks forward to receiving snail mail and enjoys fruit, Juicy Mail is here to help. Brought to us by A-maze Paper, the fruit-themed letters and envelopes are not only designed to look like various fruits, but peel open like the fruit they represent.
Receivers of Juicy Mail will love peeling open their banana letter or apple invitation. And, think about how a watermelon will help soften the blow of a Dear John letter.
Jell-O inspires a lot of things… Whipped cream use, jiggliness. But, up until now, it hasn’t done much for typography. FIT student, Alexis Gallo, created Form — a gelatinous typeface and font collection.
After creating Jell-O letters with Futura as a reference — Gallo let them fall where they may, then recreated the distorted alphabet into a viable font. Just make sure to kern your jelly.