The Girlyveggiefruit Alphabet by Aitch is Feminine, Fun and Informative

By: Meghan Young - Published: Feb 5, 2014 • References: &
The Girlyveggiefruit Alphabet is a delicious feminine take on classic children's books that teach little ones the letters of the alphabet. Created on a whim using the Photoshop watercolor tool, the images could easily be published and placed in bookstores. Adorable and imaginative, it visualizes the alphabet as feminine fruit and vegetable characters including apples, eggplants, figs and iceberg lettuce.

Illustrated by Aitch, a freelance artist and illustrator based in Bucharest, Romania, the Girlyveggiefruit Alphabet is full of color and detail, which will impress adults as much as the characters will entertain children. The style of the illustrations are somewhat reminiscent of Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar, which brings a nice retro touch to the Girlyveggiefruit Alphabet on the whole.

Fun and informative, the Girlyveggiefruit Alphabet is just one of many impressive projects by Aitch. Stats for Pretty Produce Typography Trending: Older & Mild
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