A Photographer's Guide to Your ABCs
Like a more sophisticated version of those children’s alphabet books, photographer Humphry Bogart uses objects to represent letters.
So, in his 'Photographic Alphabet' series, peas represent the letter ‘P’, and toast, ‘T’.
The difference between Bogart’s typeface and those C-is-for-cat books is that his are all elegantly laid out and photographed, not resorting to crude illustrations.
And there’s a whole range of subjects, some of which look almost impossible to arrange into letterforms, like in the baked-beans-for-b shot for example.
Here are some of our favorite ones:
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