Spaghetti Letters & Numbers

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    urbanmkr, cer!se, Cecca W, Monceau, and 26 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. urbanmkr 112 months ago | reply

      Well done, this mosaic shows true dedication to the cause of edible typography. I especially like the consistency of the tomato sauce background. I hope you ate it all on buttered toast afterwards.

    2. Monceau 112 months ago | reply

      It takes a lot of dedication to do this! Or is it a kind of craziness? ;-)

    3. designwallah 112 months ago | reply

      I think it's the craziness in Leo - great work!

      Are you sure the I is an I and the 1 is a 1?

      Seen on my Flickr home page. (?)

    4. CommandZed 112 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Typophile - for the typography starved, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    5. urbanmkr 112 months ago | reply

      starved is right!!! :-P

    6. mag3737 112 months ago | reply

      i am speechless, yet hungry.

    7. Papa Imaging 112 months ago | reply

      How many tins did you have to open and what was the most allusive figure? !-)

    8. urbanmkr 112 months ago | reply

      One of my favourite food games when I was a kid was biting pretzels into different letters (good on long car journeys, get the back seat full of salty crumbs). How about a pretzel alphabet?

    9. Leo Reynolds 112 months ago | reply

      I try to keep to a low fat diet so buttered toast is now a luxury that I wouldn't ruin with alphabetti

      I think craziness sums it up.

      Even after four dives in the tomato sauce I couldn't find an I or a 1 so they are bits from other letters.

      Thanks for the invite.

      Thanks

      Thanks

      Just one tin of each. The I and 1 were a problem, see above. I had to be creative with the V and X. The N is a Z flipped and turned or perhaps the Z is an N flipped and turned.

      You sound like an expert so I'll leave the pretzels to you. Although they are available here they are not common.

    10. frunt 110 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Alphabetti Spaghetti, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      Feel free to add all the individual ones too.

    11. Think Out Loud 103 months ago | reply

      Great picture.

      Just so you know, we've used it for our public radio show's website, along with proper attribution to you (and a link back to this page).

      You can see it here:
      www.opb.org/thinkoutloud/shows/english-second-language/

      Thanks for using the Creative Commons system!
      Julie Sabatier
      Associate Producer "Think Out Loud"

    12. Leo Reynolds 103 months ago | reply

      OK Julie, thanks for letting me know.

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