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These Keyboard Stickers Replace Letters with Illustrations

By: boom chicky boom - Published: • References: chrisdelorenzo
When first being introduced to the Alphabet, kids are taught to associate each letter with a picture ('A' is for apple, 'B' is for ball). As Adults, to clarify pronunciation of letters, we also use word associations, but not necessarily with an object. We may say M as in Mary, or P as in Paul.

With these Custom Picture Keyboards, Chris Monro DeLorenzo has combined some of the familiar word/picture associations (like 'C' is for cat) with new fun, quirky illustrations, like 'B' is for Bowie! 

This creative idea will help both kids and adults remember the keys on a keyboard.

Below is his explanation of the motivation behind his design: