• Alphabet Photography | Bela Borsodi.


    Posted on 14th February, by Dana Tomić Hughes in photography, set design + styling. 3 Comments

    Alphabet Photography by Bela Borsodi | Yellowtrace.

    Alphabet Photography by Bela Borsodi | Yellowtrace.

    Alphabet Photography by Bela Borsodi | Yellowtrace.

    Alphabet Photography by Bela Borsodi | Yellowtrace.

    Bela Borsodi | Yellowtrace.

    Bela Borsodi | Yellowtrace.

    Bela Borsodi | Yellowtrace.

     

    Beautiful and super fun trompe l’oeil style alphabet photography by Vienna born, New York based Bela Borsodi. Apart from being clever and talented, Bela must be an incredibly patient person in arranging these incredible sets before photographing them. Imagining the patience required for this makes me get all fidgety…

    See more of Bela’s excellent work here.


    [Via typetoken. Photos by Bela Borsodi.]





  • 3 Responses to “Alphabet Photography | Bela Borsodi.”

    1. Wow…
      I imagine her job discription read “Patience of a Saint required”

      So clever and such a cool play way to play with typography.

      It would certainly make scrabble more exciting!

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