Designer Christopher Delorenzo remembers how he once learned the alphabet via image association and applies the same idea to these smile inducing keyboard stickers for children (and their parents, as noted by the inclusion of the Thin White Duke Ziggy Stardust)...
We used to learn our alphabets by reading those classroom banners that associated each letter with an animal or object. These days as kids become increasingly computer dependent at an early age I thought it was about time to adapt an old method to a new medium.
From cultural icons to greek mythology, this keyboard sticker set will advance the alphabetical knowledge of any child, or adult.
More of Christopher's inspiring work over at his website, chrisdelorenzo.com. Be sure to check out his latest project, a new font he calls Kiddo Sparks, and one he's kindly sharing to all who email him with interest (love the spirit of sharing there!).