When I saw this web site these pictures really struck me. I thought they were so interesting and so lovely and I hope you guys like them as well! The phorographer behind Alphabet Photography, Jennifer Blakely traveled for three years collecting photos of images that looked like letters in the alphabet. She has now created a company and features her images in pieces of art. You can purchase individual letters or create your own words- for example I made the picture above that says Art.
She also has a number of predesigned pieces in inspirational themes such as the Home picture below:
The pieces range from $5 for one letter to $200 for a larger framed piece. I received a sample from Alphabet Photography and I selected the Home piece show above. I expected to find a poster inside an inexpensive frame and I was pleasantly surprised by the quality. The frame is nice and sturdy and the image is on photographic paper mounted on wood. So it definitely looks more expensive than it really is.
I was thinking these would make unique gifts for housewarming, weddings or baby showers. I think it would also be a nice piece to jazz up a room. I can tell you it is hard to take your eye’s off Jennifer’s work. The images are really striking.
Can you see MFA below? Those are the individual letters you can choose for $5 each. She has several images per letter so you can create something that strikes you. You can also do a monogram or a baby’s name- there are so many possibilities.
Alphabet Photography has generously provided a piece for one lucky reader as well! One reader can select any product from the “Inspirational” series including the perfect gift for Valentine’s Day- the Love image.
You can head right over HERE to check out Jennifer’s work and even create a custom piece.
If you want to win an inspirational piece of your own than you get 4 chances to win! I will select one person at random on Sunday at 5pm PST.
Please leave a separate comment for each entry! GOOD LUCK!!!
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The winner was Tonya #384.