Las Vegas-based illustrator Abbie Paulhus has been recreating the alphabet using famous movie characters and places for months now.
One of her recent works is from the characters of Wes Anderson movies, which start with the letter “A” for Agatha of The Grand Budapest Hotel, and wrapped it up with “Z” for Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy-turned-owner of the legendary hotel.
She also tried her skills to fill the 26 letters with characters from the TV show, The Office. Besides TV shows and films, she created English alphabet posters made up of famous landmarks of Michigan, San Francisco, Arizona and many more.
She also sells adorable illustrations, greeting cards and pins via her Esty shop.