Rhett Dashwood Turns Aerial Shots Into the Alphabet

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Apr 26, 2009   Updated: May 30 2011 • References: & weheartstuff
This Google Maps typography project is from Australian designer Rhett Dashwood. He compiled the alphabet using aerial shots from actual places found in Victoria, Australia on Google Maps.

I can't imagine how long it took Rhett Dashwood to find all of these letters just within Australia. We've featured a number of other innovative alphabet designs. Check out some of my favorites below.

Implications - The digital world has inspired many artists to create original artworks that revolve around the world of the Web. Many are choosing to use these site as a substitute for post-production programs to bring audiences art that represents the technological generation. The capabilities of Facebook and Google Maps are endless for marketers looking to attract a generation who primarily communicate via the Internet. Stats for Google Maps Typography Trending: Older & Chilly
Research: 5,436 clicks in 369 w
Interest: 4 minutes
Concept: Google Maps Typography
Related: 61 examples / 47 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55
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