Philip Tseng Has Created an Alphabet from Killed Fruits

By: Yanis Rudzitis - Published: Feb 14, 2011 • References: minicubby & minicubby
Designer and illustrator Philip Tseng has created a morbid take on the alphabet that features fruits and vegetables being killed. Each letter is represented by a different, colorful picture showing a fruit or vegetable killed in a different way, being it sliced in to pieces, peeled or dipped onto jam or chocolate. I don’t think this is the best way of teaching your kids how to read, but this Philip Tseng alphabet sure is one of the best and funniest designs I have ever seen. Stats for Fatal Fruit Alphabets Trending: Older & Average
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