Enjoy the candy ;)
Dripping chocolate alphabet - a tasty idea by Kimberly Reynolds.
Toilet paper roll alphabet - Artist, Unknown. via Central St. Martin
Revealing and concealing parts of a single chair form an unconventional alphabet chart. By Amandine Alessandra.
Michelle Mac created an alphabet out of an unexpected material - recycled plastic shopping bags. I like how they are puffy as if they were stuffed (like a traditional kid's felt alphabet chart.)
Cut paper alphabet by Nicholas Davies.
Beard alphabet by Tim Yarzhombek.
Ink alphabet by Dawa Chung.
Folding paper to create an alphabet is a popular idea that never gets old. Origami alphabet by Emma Downing.
Pills alphabet - another awesome set by Vladimir Koncar.
Fresh green leaves make a pretty typeface. By Vladimir Koncar.
Clothing and accessories, painstakingly hand-drawn in pencil form a unique alphabet. By Stuart Whitton.
Rotten apples! Another creative alphabet by Vladimir Koncar.
I think this one is actually the most unique alphabet of them all - the entire alphabet was created from a single fabricated neon light bar, formed in such a way that depending on how you hold it, it features a different letter of the alphabet. The Patent, designed by BANK (Sebastian Bissinger & Laure Boer).
Electronica is a font made from circuit board parts. By Efson Senturk.
Rubber band alphabet by Nicolas Queffelec.
Found signs alphabet by Jen Quinn.
Yes, you can even craft an entire alphabet from a multi pocket tool. By Marcus Schaefer.
Handwritten by Björn Johansson.
The Medium is the Message - an alphabet made by dropping vividly colored dye into water and photographing it. By Goh Edwards.
This bird alphabet chart wins us over on merit of creativity and sheer joyfulness. By Andrea Kalfas.
Industrial alphabet by Kalle Hagman.
Cigarette butts alphabet by Vladimir Koncar.
This folded paper font is pretty clever. By Vladimir Tomin.
Google Earth alphabet - surprisingly clear letters. I like how the terrains are all so unique from one another. By Nelde on DeviantART.