Bela Borsodi’s Unlikely Alphabet of Everyday Objects

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We’ve been a bit alphabet obsessed at Flavorpill as of late, but for good reason. First we came across Rachel Young’s New York state alphabet which she created using Google Maps, an intrepid eye, and an insane amount of patience. Then artist Mark Andrew Webber’s handcarved typographical map of Paris caught our eye. But this latest, courtesy of Austrian stylist/photographer Bela Borsodi for Wad Magazine‘s “Dictionary” issue takes the cake, don’t you think?

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[via designboom]