This is what I created:
Alphabet art is a unique process of photographing everyday objects that resemble letters of the alphabet, then arranging the photographs in a collage to create any name or word. Alphabet Photography Inc. is the original and leading company in the letter art industry, and boasts the largest collection of photographs collected from around the world. Each official Alphabet® Photography art piece is hand crafted, high quality, and truly original! With letter photos from London, Paris, New York and more, we are confident that you will enjoy your Alphabet® Photography experience
I'm loving the new sea foam letters:
Official Alphabet® Photography makes a unique addition to any home decor, and the inspirational alphabet photo art makes a great gift for any occasion.
Since its inception in 2007, Official Alphabet® Photography has generated more than 100,000 online orders, has received worldwide media attention as far as Chile & Australia, and even Prince Charles himself called the work "smashing"!
Jennifer Blakeley, Founder of Alphabet Photography Inc, has received various awards for her letter art work such as winning the 40-under-40 award for Innovative Business and being named Niagara Entrepreneur of the year in 2010. Jennifer was listed as one of PROFIT magazines Top 100 Canadian Women Entrepreneurs in Canada, and the popular website babble.com listed Jennifer in their Top 50 list for successful mompreneurs in North America.
Earlier this year, Alphabet Photography developed and launched an iPhone/iPad App entitled Word Chaos. This innovative word scramble game has been downloaded more than 100,000 times in the Apple App Store.
Alphabet Photography offers over 1000 photos from around the world to choose from!!!
The perfect customized gift that includes photographs from all over the world, this is the original Alphabet Photography. Celebrity owners include: Prince Charles, Prince William and Kate, Tyra Banks, Ryan Seacrest, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, John Schneider, Nelly Furtado, and many more!
I was given this artwork on behalf of Alphabet Photography. The opinions and text are all mine.