Illustrator Re-Designs The Alphabet Using Wes Anderson Characters

‘C’ is for composition.

Las Vegas-based illustrator Abbie Paulhus has created a charming English alphabet poster that’s inspired by iconic filmmaker Wes Anderson.

The whimsical images reference the people, places, and objects in many of Anderson’s films.

For instance, ‘A’ is for Agatha from The Grand Budapest Hotel, ‘B’ is for Boggis, Bunce, and Bean from Fantastic Mr. Fox, while ‘T’ is for Margot and Richie Tenenbaum.

More: Instagram h/t: lostateminor, mymodernmet


Paulhus is also selling another alphabet poster, one featuring innuendos and inside jokes from The Office.



But if you’re more into travel than pop culture, she also has alphabet posters of US states such as Arizona, California, and Michigan.



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