Illustrator Recreates the Alphabet Using Famous Films and Places

Abbie Paulhus is a talented illustrator from Las Vegas who loves to recreate the alphabet with various places and movie characters.

One of her latest works is from the characters of Wes Anderson films, starting with the letter “A” for Agatha of The Grand Budapest Hotel and ends with “Z” for Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy at the iconic hotel.

She also created an alphabet poster made up of the famous landmarks of San Francisco. From Alcatraz to its zigzag roads, it sums up the city’s attractions. She also filled the 26 letters of the English alphabet with characters from the TV show, The Office.

You can check out her other illustrations on her Instagram page.