From My Modern Met.com.
Also see my post Flying Font Friday 1, about airport signage.
Norwegian nature photographer Kjell Bloch Sandved has devoted his photographic career to capturing the beauty of the world we live in and along the way, amassed a collection of butterfly and moth images with interesting patterns on their wings. Sanved’s keen eye took notice of the spectacular shapes the natural designs came in, recognizing their resemblance to letters of the alphabet. As a result, he formed the Butterfly Alphabet.
Featuring all twenty-six letters in the English alphabet, as well as the ten single-digit numbers (0 through 9), Sandved assembled a wonderfully colorful collection of readable butterfly and moth wings. Since compiling his discovery into an alphabet, Sandved has been offering customers the chance to not only purchase a poster of the full alphabet but to even request custom prints of words spelled out in the butterfly letters.
The photographer takes orders for custom butterfly words directly through his (terrible, terrible) website.