The “36 days of type” is an annual project that challenges designers, illustrators, and artists to offer their interpretation of the alphabet. Each year there are thousands of participants, with each of them offering their unique vision of the letters and numbers we use in everyday life. One of the most intriguing entries in this year’s challenge was Ben Chelouche’s food alphabet.
Chelouche decided to base his designs entirely around food, with each letter of the alphabet being styled as a food item that starts with that particular letter. For example, the letter “P” was shown as a pepperoni pizza slice, the letter “K” as a Kit-Kat bar, and the letter “G” as a mouth-watering bunch of grilled cheese.
Chelouche, who is a self-described “food lover,” revealed that he took part in the challenge in order to sharpen his skills and to have some fun in the process.
“Everything created on my page is personal work for my own growth, development of skills, and of course for fun,” the California-based artist explained.
You can check out some of our favorite Chelouche’s food letters below. But be vary, as each letter will probably cause some major cravings.