Costa Rica-based illustrator Maria Jose Da Luz created a playful series of Disney alphabet character, which will aid children in learning to read and write. The collection of images uses popular Disney characters made into the shape of a letter.
The characters bodies are manipulated into the shape of the letter that corresponds to their name. For example, the letter 'D' is recreated as Dory from 'Finding Nemo.' Each letter follows this pattern from 'A' to 'Z' and is depicted using bold and kid-friendly colors.
This Disney alphabet series will help children learn to match sounds and letters together through visual aids. The popularity of Disney acts as a guiding tool for younger generations who are more likely to learn when accompanied by recognizable characters.
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