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Human Alphabets 3/3                       ( 1834 – 2011 )•   Pilobolus Human Alphabet by John Kane (2005)•   The Naked Lad...
•   Alphabet Les Cris de Paris n°1(c.1845)•   Alphabet des diableries (1856)•   The Human Alphabet by Three Delevines (189...
Pilobolus Human Alphabet                    by John Kane (2005)• Six performace artists from the New York based dance coll...
The Naked Ladies Alphabet                  by Anthon Beeke (1969)•   Alphabet van Anthon Beeke (Anthon Beeke Alphabet) des...
Erté Alphabet, 1927-1967 by            Romain de Tirtoff• Erté Alphabet (1927-1967) , Erté Numbers (1968) by Romain de  Ti...
Alphabet Erotique sans Q          by Liliane Caumont 2010• Alphabet Erotique sans Q created in 2010 by the French  sculptr...
HRG Font complete                      by Irina Batkova (2010)• Irina Batkova Moscow-based illustrator and digital artist....
Ornamental lettrines                by Napoléon Landais (1834)• Ornamental lettrines by Napoléon Landais (1803 - 1842) fro...
Alfabeto pittorico (picrorial alphabet)            by Antonio Basoli 1839• Alfabeto Pittorico, ossia raccolta di pensieri ...
Lettrines from Le Grand Dictionnaire     Universel (1865) by Pierre Larousse• Lettrines from Le Grand Dictionnaire Univers...
Alphabet by Godfrey Sykes                           1864• An Alphabet, by Godfrey Sykes (1824 - 1866) was an English  desi...
LAlphabet du petit Charles 1877• LAlphabet du petit Charles 1877 imprimeur editeur Edmond Leroy  Bibliothèque nationale de...
Erotic Alphabet                  by Joseph Apoux (c.1880)• Joseph Apoux, active 1880-1910, French creator of the Erotic  A...
Alphabet by Kate Greenaway 1885• Alphabet published in London in 1885 by Kate  Greenaway (Catherine Greenaway) (1846 –1901...
Grand Alphabet Amusant                    by Eugène Morel 1890• Grand Alphabet Amusant by Eugène Morel published in France...
Flower Fairies Alphabet                 by Cicely Mary Barker 1934• Flower Fairies Alphabet 1934 by the English illustrato...
Alfabeto figurato (animated alphabet)    (c.1825-1850) by Lampridio Giovanardi• Alfabeto figurato, delightful animated alp...
• Les polichinelles utiles ou lorigine des lettres  Alphabet  France, 1826  © BnF•   http://classes.bnf.fr/dossiecr/atelie...
Alphabet comique de Daumier 1836• Alphabet comique de Daumier  Alphabet  France, 1836  © BnF•   http://classes.bnf.fr/doss...
Alphabet diabolique                        by Jean Midolle (1834)• Alphabet diabolique was designed by Jean Midolle and pu...
Alphabet des diableries (1856)• Alphabet des diableries, in Nouvelle collection de lettres de  différents genres à lusage ...
Alphabet Les Cris de Paris n°1(c.1845)• Les Cris de Paris n°1  Alphabet  Paris, Maison Basset, vers 1845  © BnF•   http://...
The Human Alphabet                     by Three Delevines 1897• the Strand magazine (1897) employing the Three Delevines, ...
Romantic art nouveau alphabet             by Ethel Larcombe (c. 1900)• Ethel Larcombe (1879-1965) British Creator, ca. 190...
Postcards by "Neue Photographische           Gesellschaft Steglitz“ (c.1905)• Postcards, produced about 1905 by the "Neue ...
• "R" from Circus alphabet, France, early 20th century•   http://www.rhetoricainc.com/eofa/e_of_a/animating.html
• Alphabets animés, Hugues Demeude  Couverture de livre  © LAventurine, 1996.•   http://classes.bnf.fr/dossiecr/atelier/gr...
Osanna in Excelsis by Evelyn Paul 1910• La Vita Nuova (The New Life) (1910)• The phrase, Osanna in Excelsis (more commonly...
Anecdota Americana (1927)• Anecdota Americana, collected by Mr. William Passemon, pen and  ink drawings by Anton Erdman, w...
Salvador Dalí: „Paul e Gala‟, 1931, France• Salvador Dali (1904-1989).The great surrealist Salvador Dali  created a alphab...
Vogue Cover by Horst P.Horst (1940)• Lisa Fonssagrives photographed by Horst P.Horst for Vogue  cover, USA 1940, UK 1940.•...
Abecadlo by Tomasz Jura (1991)• An alphabet of nude female forms created in 1991 for the title page  of Szpilli by the Pol...
Menschenalphabet (Human Alphabet)       by Ingo Zimmermann (b. 1967)• Menschenalphabet (Human Alphabet) by German designer...
Photo Letter Leonor alphabet                by Armin Haab (1967)• Some of the letters from the Photo Letter Leonor alphabe...
“Q” from Ulysses-Alphabet              by Fritz Janschka (1972)• The Austrian painter, sculptor and graphic artist Fritz J...
Body Type by Howard Schatz 1996• The American ophthalmologist and photographer Howard Schatz  (born 1940) in 1996 publishe...
The Alphabet (Алфавит)                     by Oleg Origin 2005• The Alphabet (Алфавит) created in 2005 by the Russian  pho...
Erotic Alphabet in Red 2005                 by Roman Romanyshyn• The Roman Romanyshyn (Ukrainian painter, sculptor, graphi...
Space Nomad Alphabet                      by Angie Wang (2009)• Angie Wang American illustratress made a nice all caps ill...
Nude Alphabet by Yury Solotin 2009• Nude Alphabet (Алфавит ню or Алфавит Солотина) created in  2009 and published December...
Grotesque Beauty                        by Alexia Yang (2011)• Alexia Yang Graphic designer from Long Beach, CA. She creat...
Gymnastics Canada Human Alphabet        by Jennifer Blakeley 2011• Alphabet Photography has teamed with Gymnastics Canada ...
Alphababes by Siolo Thompson                    2011-2012• Siolo Thompson a self taught visual artist created the Alphabab...
Kama Sutra Penguin Classics cover            by Malika Favre 2011• Penguin Classics published in January 2012 the Deluxe E...
Human Alphabets 3/3                           ( 1834 – 2011 )    Sources•   http://www.google.gr/imghp•   http://cg.scs.ca...
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  1. 1. Human Alphabets 3/3 ( 1834 – 2011 )• Pilobolus Human Alphabet by John Kane (2005)• The Naked Ladies Alphabet by Anthon Beeke (1970)• Erté Alphabet by Romain de Tirtoff (1927-1967)• Erté Numbers by Romain de Tirtoff (1968)• Alphabet Erotique sans Q by Liliane Caumont (2010)• HRG Font complete by Irina Batkova (2010)• Ornamental lettrines by Napoléon Landais (1834)• Alfabeto pittorico (picrorial alphabet) by Antonio Basoli (1839)• Ornamental lettrines from Le Grand Dictionnaire Universel by Pierre Larousse (1865)• Alphabet by Godfrey Sykes (1864)• Erotic Alphabet by Joseph Apoux (c.1880)• LAlphabet du petit Charles (1877)• Alphabet by Kate Greenaway (1885)• Grand Alphabet Amusant by Eugène Morel (1890)• Flower Fairies Alphabet by Cicely Mary Barker (1934)• Alfabeto figurato (animated alphabet) by Lampridio Giovanardi (c.1825-1850)• Les polichinelles utiles ou lorigine des lettres (1826)• Alphabet diabolique by Jean Midolle (1834)• Alphabet comique de Daumier (1836)
  2. 2. • Alphabet Les Cris de Paris n°1(c.1845)• Alphabet des diableries (1856)• The Human Alphabet by Three Delevines (1897)• Romantic art nouveau alphabet by Ethel Larcombe (c. 1900)• Postcards by "Neue Photographische Gesellschaft Steglitz“ (c.1905)• Osanna in Excelsis by Evelyn Paul (1910)• Anecdota Americana (1927)• Paul e Gala by Salvador Dali (1931)• Vogue Cover by Horst P.Horst (1940)• "R" from Circus alphabet, France (early 20th century)• Menschenalphabet (Human Alphabet) by Ingo Zimmermann (b. 1967)• Photo Letter Leonor alphabet by Armin Haab (1967)• “Q” from Ulysses-Alphabet by Fritz Janschka (1972)• Abecadlo by Tomasz Jura (1991)• Body Type by Howard Schatz (1996)• Erotic Alphabet in Red by Roman Romanyshyn (2005)• The Alphabet (Алфавит) by Oleg Origin (2005)• Nude Alphabet by Yury Solotin (2009)• Space Nomad Alphabet by Angie Wang (2009)• Grotesque Beauty by Alexia Yang (2011)• Gymnastics Canada Human Alphabet by Jennifer Blakeley (2011)• Alphababes by Siolo Thompson (2011- 2012)• Kama Sutra Penguin Classics cover by Malika Favre (2011)
  3. 3. Pilobolus Human Alphabet by John Kane (2005)• Six performace artists from the New York based dance collective Pilobolus Dance Theater Group decided they would cover their alphabods with some brightly colored, skin-tight outfits and try to create the entire alphabet with only their bodies! The result is the book The Human Alphabet. The photos were taken by John Kane , who has been collaborating with the Pilobolus Dance Theatre Group for 12 years.• http://starcasm.net/archives/39117• Copyright © by Pilobolus Inc.• Copyright © by John Kane
  4. 4. The Naked Ladies Alphabet by Anthon Beeke (1969)• Alphabet van Anthon Beeke (Anthon Beeke Alphabet) designed by Anthon Beeke (1940) photographed by Geert Kooiman (1936) published by Steendrukkerij de Jong & Co. Hilversum, The Netherlands in their experimental Kwadraat series in 1970.• The entire naked ladies alphabet was reproduced in black and white under the title Belles Lettres Photo-Alphabet„, in the 1971 summer edition of the New York „Avant Garde magazine No 14.• In august 2011 anthon Beeke releases the Body Type a re-edition of his Naked-Ladies Alphabet. It is now being published in colour for the first time and has been augmented with numerals photographed by Arjan Benning (1972) . Publisher: Drukkerij Spinhex & Industrie, Amsterdam , The Netherlands.• http://www.beeke.nl/• http://www.likecool.com/The_Naked_Ladies_Alphabet--Other--Gear.html• http://pricelesscreativity.blogspot.com/2009/05/naked-ladies-alphabet-by-anthon-beeke.html• http://peoplefortheethicaltreatmentoftype.blogspot.com/2008_11_01_archive.html• http://westread.blogspot.com/2011/08/nude-alphabet-quadrat-print-1970.html• http://www.arjanbenning.com• http://www.zeixs.com/2012/04/human-numbers/• Copyright © studio anthon Beeke
  5. 5. Erté Alphabet, 1927-1967 by Romain de Tirtoff• Erté Alphabet (1927-1967) , Erté Numbers (1968) by Romain de Tirtoff (1892 –1990) a Russian-born French artist and designer known by the pseudonym Erté, the French pronunciation of his initials, R.T.• Copyright © 2009 SevenArts Limited• http://www.erte.com/alpha.html• http://artmight.com/Artists/Erte-7229a.html/(page)/9• http://artmight.com/Artists/Erte-7229a.html/(page)/10• http://artmight.com/Artists/Erte-7229a.html/(page)/14
  6. 6. Alphabet Erotique sans Q by Liliane Caumont 2010• Alphabet Erotique sans Q created in 2010 by the French sculptress Liliane Caumont (born 1947)• Résine multiple sur 100 unités• © Liliane Caumont• http://www.caumont.com/Francais/Alphabet/Alphabet1.htm• http://www.caumont.com/Francais/Nouveautes/Photos-GR/Alphabet-erotique-complet.jpg
  7. 7. HRG Font complete by Irina Batkova (2010)• Irina Batkova Moscow-based illustrator and digital artist. In 2010, she created an ornamental caps alphabet called HRG Font complete that was inspired by the sexy surrealist drawings of Swiss Oscar-winning artist H.R. Giger.• Copyright © 2009 Irina Batkova• http://nightly.me/work/hrg-font-compleet/• http://www.behance.net/gallery/HRG-Alphabet/682869
  8. 8. Ornamental lettrines by Napoléon Landais (1834)• Ornamental lettrines by Napoléon Landais (1803 - 1842) from either his Dictionnaire Général et Grammatical des Dictionnaires Français (1834) or his Petit Dictionnaire Français Portatif (1840).• http://artdico.upmf-grenoble.fr/listeOrnements.php?debut=0• http://bibliodyssey.blogspot.com/2007/03/dictionary-iconography.html• http://marinni.livejournal.com/496292.html#cutid1
  9. 9. Alfabeto pittorico (picrorial alphabet) by Antonio Basoli 1839• Alfabeto Pittorico, ossia raccolta di pensieri pittorici composti di oggetti comincianti dalle singole lettere alfabetiche• Alfabeto pittorico (picrorial alphabet) (1839) by Antonio Basoli (1774–1848) Italian painter, interior designer, engraver, and professor at the “Accademia delle Arti di Bologna” from 1804 to 1826.• http://www.liveinternet.ru/users/avistrix/post119909874/• http://lanternativa.info/antonio-basoli-inapoi-la-alfabet/• http://www.liveinternet.ru/community/pour_l_amour_de_l_art/post119953372/
  10. 10. Lettrines from Le Grand Dictionnaire Universel (1865) by Pierre Larousse• Lettrines from Le Grand Dictionnaire Universel (1865) by Pierre Larousse.• http://artdico.upmf-grenoble.fr/ficheDictionnaire.php?cleDictionnaire=1• http://bibliodyssey.blogspot.com/2007/03/dictionary-iconography.html
  11. 11. Alphabet by Godfrey Sykes 1864• An Alphabet, by Godfrey Sykes (1824 - 1866) was an English designer and painter. England, 1864• © Victoria and Albert Museum / V&A Prints• http://chestofbooks.com/crafts/scientific-american/sup4/Alphabet-Designed-By-Godfrey- Sykes.html• http://fontsgraffiti.info/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/graffiti-tag-fonts-By-Godfrey-Sykes.jpg• http://www.vandaprints.com/image.php?id=12497• http://www.vandaprints.com/image.php?id=12474• http://www.vandaprints.com/search.php?keywords=alphabet&page=2&numperpage=60
  12. 12. LAlphabet du petit Charles 1877• LAlphabet du petit Charles 1877 imprimeur editeur Edmond Leroy Bibliothèque nationale de France• http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k5565630m/f1.image.pagination.langFR• http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k5565630m/f5.image.langFR
  13. 13. Erotic Alphabet by Joseph Apoux (c.1880)• Joseph Apoux, active 1880-1910, French creator of the Erotic Alphabet, circa 1880.• http://sexoteric.com/blog/index.php/__show_article/_a000018-001091.htm• http://konstansa.dreamwidth.org/114057.html
  14. 14. Alphabet by Kate Greenaway 1885• Alphabet published in London in 1885 by Kate Greenaway (Catherine Greenaway) (1846 –1901) an English childrens book illustrator and writer.• http://www.vandaprints.com/search.php?keywords=alphabet&page=1&numperpage=60
  15. 15. Grand Alphabet Amusant by Eugène Morel 1890• Grand Alphabet Amusant by Eugène Morel published in France in 1890 by the venerable French printing house, Imprimerie Pellerin. The author, Eugène Morel, was a librarian who championed public libraries in France, particularly for children.• http://www.flickr.com/photos/bibliodyssey/tags/alphabet/page3/• http://bibliodyssey.blogspot.com/2009/01/grand-alphabet-amusant.html
  16. 16. Flower Fairies Alphabet by Cicely Mary Barker 1934• Flower Fairies Alphabet 1934 by the English illustrator Cicely Mary Barker (1895 – 1973) .• http://www.liveinternet.ru/users/avistrix/post149084848/
  17. 17. Alfabeto figurato (animated alphabet) (c.1825-1850) by Lampridio Giovanardi• Alfabeto figurato, delightful animated alphabet of 24 letters, engraved by Lampridio Giovanardi (1809-1878) Italian engineer- inventor ,engraver ,cabinet maker. (Factory Reggio Emilia, the first 800). Etching, plate mm. 196 x 282.• http://www.darsenarte.com/img/stampe8/stampe800/stampe800-2%20002.jpg
  18. 18. • Les polichinelles utiles ou lorigine des lettres Alphabet France, 1826 © BnF• http://classes.bnf.fr/dossiecr/atelier/grand/sq04-08.htm
  19. 19. Alphabet comique de Daumier 1836• Alphabet comique de Daumier Alphabet France, 1836 © BnF• http://classes.bnf.fr/dossiecr/atelier/grand/sq05-01.htm
  20. 20. Alphabet diabolique by Jean Midolle (1834)• Alphabet diabolique was designed by Jean Midolle and published in Strasbourg in 1834.• http://classes.bnf.fr/dossiecr/atelier/grand/sq03-12.htm
  21. 21. Alphabet des diableries (1856)• Alphabet des diableries, in Nouvelle collection de lettres de différents genres à lusage de MM. les peintres et graveurs, A. Caulo Alphabet Paris, 1856 © BnF• http://classes.bnf.fr/dossiecr/atelier/grand/sq06-15.htm
  22. 22. Alphabet Les Cris de Paris n°1(c.1845)• Les Cris de Paris n°1 Alphabet Paris, Maison Basset, vers 1845 © BnF• http://classes.bnf.fr/dossiecr/atelier/grand/sq06-16.htm
  23. 23. The Human Alphabet by Three Delevines 1897• the Strand magazine (1897) employing the Three Delevines, music- hall acrobats, in an attempt to display the entire alphabet in human form, an article called The Human Alphabet.• http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_vzEAuazt42w/TQ-QZwJ-LdI/AAAAAAAAA5E/lUPUb86DY9c/s1600/alphabet2.jpg• http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_vzEAuazt42w/TQ-LypS0G3I/AAAAAAAAA5A/wj2vjnGGnDY/s1600/rt2.jpg
  24. 24. Romantic art nouveau alphabet by Ethel Larcombe (c. 1900)• Ethel Larcombe (1879-1965) British Creator, ca. 1900, of this romantic art nouveau alphabet. [Google]• http://cg.scs.carleton.ca/~luc/EthelLarcombe-Initialen.jpg
  25. 25. Postcards by "Neue Photographische Gesellschaft Steglitz“ (c.1905)• Postcards, produced about 1905 by the "Neue Photographische Gesellschaft Steglitz" (New Photographic Society Berlin-Steglitz).• http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/90/Neue_Photographische_Gesellschaft_Berlin_Alphabet.jpg• http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/9d/Neue_Photographische_Gesellschaft_Berlin_Alphabet_2.jpg
  26. 26. • "R" from Circus alphabet, France, early 20th century• http://www.rhetoricainc.com/eofa/e_of_a/animating.html
  27. 27. • Alphabets animés, Hugues Demeude Couverture de livre © LAventurine, 1996.• http://classes.bnf.fr/dossiecr/atelier/grand/sq06-17.htm• http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51ZT7uz9OvL.jpg
  28. 28. Osanna in Excelsis by Evelyn Paul 1910• La Vita Nuova (The New Life) (1910)• The phrase, Osanna in Excelsis (more commonly written in English, Hosanna in Excelsis) in the form of a giant “E” with a decorative initial letter “O” containing angels, and a smaller E-within- the-e in a Mediaeval Uncial style. Printed in dark gold-coloured ink (not actually metallic) and black.• La Vita Nuova (The New Life) by Dante Alighieri, translated by Gabriel Rossetti and illustrated by Evelyn Paul (1883 – 1963).• The book is undated, but it appears to have been produced some time between 1897 and 1920. Most booksellers say about 1910.• http://www.fromoldbooks.org/Rossetti-Dante-LaVitaNuova/pages/0085-Osanna-in-Excelsis/
  29. 29. Anecdota Americana (1927)• Anecdota Americana, collected by Mr. William Passemon, pen and ink drawings by Anton Erdman, wood-blocs drawn & cut by Bruce MacAile, printed and published in 1927 by Humphrey Adams.• http://www.csufresno.edu/folklore/drinkingsongs/html/books-and-manuscripts/1920s/1927-anecdota- americana/index.htm• http://www.csufresno.edu/folklore/drinkingsongs/html/books-and-manuscripts/1920s/1927-anecdota- americana/images/1927-anecdota-americana-05.gif• http://www.csufresno.edu/folklore/drinkingsongs/html/books-and-manuscripts/1920s/1927-anecdota- americana/images/1927-anecdota-americana-04.gif
  30. 30. Salvador Dalí: „Paul e Gala‟, 1931, France• Salvador Dali (1904-1989).The great surrealist Salvador Dali created a alphabet that he called Paule Gala (1931, France). [Google] In this dedicational drawing, Salvador Dalí writes the names of two friends, Paul Eluard and his wife (and Dalis mistress), Gala, using explicit poses.• http://cg.scs.carleton.ca/~luc/Dali.jpg• http://www.ljplus.ru/img4/g/o/goodfellowww1/paul-e-gala_-salvador-daln_-1931..jpg
  31. 31. Vogue Cover by Horst P.Horst (1940)• Lisa Fonssagrives photographed by Horst P.Horst for Vogue cover, USA 1940, UK 1940.• http://pics.livejournal.com/kunst_camera/pic/000825xt• http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-5xoocc8EksQ/Tr_35WpUIRI/AAAAAAAAE6s/jfe28jFJYfA/s1600/fd14article-2055674-0E9275AD00000578- 174_634x773.jpg• http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-URyDBSLJ-4Y/Ts9ZGg1d2CI/AAAAAAAACg0/GGNZLGCtoU0/s1600/10-vogue-covers_113725549379.jpg
  32. 32. Abecadlo by Tomasz Jura (1991)• An alphabet of nude female forms created in 1991 for the title page of Szpilli by the Polish graphic designer, llustrator, cartoonist, author and professor of fine arts Tomasz Jura (born 1943).• http://cg.scs.carleton.ca/~luc/TomaszJura-abecadlo2.jpg
  33. 33. Menschenalphabet (Human Alphabet) by Ingo Zimmermann (b. 1967)• Menschenalphabet (Human Alphabet) by German designer Ingo Zimmermann (b. 1967) based on Peter Flötners• http://cg.scs.carleton.ca/~luc/IngoZimmermann-Menschenalphabet.jpg
  34. 34. Photo Letter Leonor alphabet by Armin Haab (1967)• Some of the letters from the Photo Letter Leonor alphabet (1967) by Swiss photographer bookbinder-papermaker Armin Haab (1919 -1991)• http://www.domusweb.it/en/news/naked-and-dressed-alphabets/
  35. 35. “Q” from Ulysses-Alphabet by Fritz Janschka (1972)• The Austrian painter, sculptor and graphic artist Fritz Janschka (b. 1919) affiliated with the Vienna School of Fantastic Realism, who created exquisite detailed erotic drawings. These are mainly initial caps, such as in Ulysses Alphabet• “Q” (from the Ulysses Alphabet of selected passages from the novel by James Joyce), 1972, color etching, Sheet size 44 x 30.5 cm, [Folio of 26 letters published in 1973 by Propyläen Verlag, Berlin, Germany, edition of 60 copies].• The book edition of Ulysses Alphabet published In 1983 by Harenberg, Dortmund Germany (Die bibliophilen Taschenbücher 373).• http://lettersforcezanne.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/fritz-72.jpg• http://www.lemodalogue.fr/images/fritz-janschka_alphabet.jpg
  36. 36. Body Type by Howard Schatz 1996• The American ophthalmologist and photographer Howard Schatz (born 1940) in 1996 published the book Body Type. This address book features all the letters of the alphabet created by two extraordinary dancers working under water.• http://blog.joinsmsn.com/media/folderListSlide.asp?uid=ohpax&folder=71&list_id=12443372• http://snoecks.files.wordpress.com/2007/11/schatz.jpg?w=720
  37. 37. The Alphabet (Алфавит) by Oleg Origin 2005• The Alphabet (Алфавит) created in 2005 by the Russian photographer Oleg Origin.• http://www.olegorigin.com/photo/photo_ab_abc_en.html• http://photoclub.pnz.ru/modules/photofull.php?id=2438&rs=0
  38. 38. Erotic Alphabet in Red 2005 by Roman Romanyshyn• The Roman Romanyshyn (Ukrainian painter, sculptor, graphic artist b. 1957) created the Erotic Alphabet in Red, 2005• 3-4 plate etching and aquatint.• http://roman.lviv.ua/?artid=1297639937&page=2&lang=eng• http://roman.lviv.ua/?artid=1297639937&page=3&lang=eng• http://www.davidsongalleries.com/artists/romanyshyn/romanyshyn.php
  39. 39. Space Nomad Alphabet by Angie Wang (2009)• Angie Wang American illustratress made a nice all caps illustrated alphabet called Space Nomads (2009). Behance link. [Google]• http://fc02.deviantart.net/fs45/f/2009/089/5/4/Space_Nomad_Alphabet__ABC_by_okchickadee.png
  40. 40. Nude Alphabet by Yury Solotin 2009• Nude Alphabet (Алфавит ню or Алфавит Солотина) created in 2009 and published December 29th, 2011 by the Russian photographer Yury Solotin .• © Yury Solotin• http://www.solotin.com/2011/12/blog-post_29.html• http://www.solotin.ru/foto/alphabet/
  41. 41. Grotesque Beauty by Alexia Yang (2011)• Alexia Yang Graphic designer from Long Beach, CA. She created an illustrated caps face inspired by contortion, called Grotesque Beauty (2011).• http://www.behance.net/alexiayang/frame/906588• http://cg.scs.carleton.ca/~luc/AlexiaYang--GrotesqueBeauty-2011.jpg• http://cg.scs.carleton.ca/~luc/AlexiaYang--GrotesqueBeauty-2011d.jpg
  42. 42. Gymnastics Canada Human Alphabet by Jennifer Blakeley 2011• Alphabet Photography has teamed with Gymnastics Canada to create a human alphabet and support them on their journey to the London 2012 Olympic games. Photographer Jennifer Blakeley recently met with high profile Canadian gymnasts to shape their bodies into all 26 letters of the alphabet.• http://photogallery.thestar.com/1072673• http://thestar.blogs.com/.a/6a00d8341bf8f353ef0153926e5e63970b-800wi
  43. 43. Alphababes by Siolo Thompson 2011-2012• Siolo Thompson a self taught visual artist created the Alphababes in 2011-2012 . She lives in Seattle, WA• http://siolothompson.blogspot.com/2012/02/alphababes.html• http://siolothompson.blogspot.com/
  44. 44. Kama Sutra Penguin Classics cover by Malika Favre 2011• Penguin Classics published in January 2012 the Deluxe Edition of "KAMA SUTRA" Cover illustration by the French graphic artist Malika Favre Art direction by Paul Buckley• http://www.malikafavre.com/Kama-Sutra• http://www.flickr.com/photos/malikafavre/• hhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/paulbuckleydesign/7176960239/in/photostream• ttp://art-opology.blogspot.gr/2012/08/kama-sutra-malika-favre.html• http://designcollector.net/kama-sutra-by-malika-favre/• http://25thcenturyyy.com/malika-favre-kamasutra/
  45. 45. Human Alphabets 3/3 ( 1834 – 2011 ) Sources• http://www.google.gr/imghp• http://cg.scs.carleton.ca/~luc/caps.html• http://cg.scs.carleton.ca/~luc/erotic.html• http://marinni.livejournal.com/• http://starcasm.net/archives/39117• http://www.likecool.com/The_Naked_Ladies_Alphabet--Other--Gear.html• http://community.livejournal.com/art_links/1650995.html• http://peoplefortheethicaltreatmentoftype.blogspot.com/2008_11_01_archive.html• http://www.erte.com/alpha.html• http://www.caumont.com/Francais/Alphabet/Alphabet1.htm• http://nightly.me/work/hrg-font-compleet/• http://artdico.upmf-grenoble.fr/listeOrnements.php?debut=0• http://artdico.upmf-grenoble.fr/ficheDictionnaire.php?cleDictionnaire=1• http://www.liveinternet.ru/users/avistrix/post119909874/• http://www.vandaprints.com/search.php?keywords=alphabet&page=2&numperpage=60• http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k5565630m/f1.image.pagination.langFR• http://sexoteric.com/blog/index.php/__show_article/_a000018-001091.htm• http://bibliodyssey.blogspot.com/2009/01/grand-alphabet-amusant.html• http://www.liveinternet.ru/users/avistrix/post149084848/• All the copyrights belong to the original authors presentation by sotos
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