Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
There is a world of letters just waiting to be discovered in the world around us - if you know how to look for it. In this inviting, delightful book, photographer Elliott Kaufman reveals the secret life of letters through his photographs that show how they can be found in things we encounter everyday. Each letter of the alphabet is represented by multiple images, all accidentally created by the intersection of building details or natural elements, caught by Kaufman's keen eye. This approach reinforces the notion that learning to see the familiar in new ways encourages visual literacy and creativity. The beautiful, artistic photographs encourage the mind to explore and not just recognize. "Alphabet Everywhere" will inspire readers of all ages to search for letters in architectural details or shapes found in nature.