my kingdom for a chair

#16 in an ongoing series of posts celebrating the alphabet.

    
The Alphabet Chair by Sarah Peters.

Ta da!

This has got to be the most unusual piece of alphabetica in my collection so far. Isn’t this cast bronze piece amazing? Best part is, it was originally commissioned back in 2003 to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the Eight Cousins Children’s Bookstore in Falmouth, MA. Leave it to kid’s book lovers to come up with the coolest ideas!

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alphabets on the cutting edge: hino aoyama

#6 in an ongoing series of posts celebrating the alphabet.

Today, let’s bask in the utterly exquisite, mind boggling beauty and delicate intricacy of Hina Aoyama’s papercut art.

Awhile ago, Sara Lewis Holmes tipped me off about this amazing Japanese artist who now lives in France creating pieces that truly take the breath away.

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