1. Hand-crafted 18K yellow gold Micro Letters on a 16” cable chain by Marian Maurer from OK, Los Angeles.
2. Compact set of 12 Neutraface Slab alphabet blocks made of replenishable Michigan-grown, kiln-dried basswood from House Industries.
3. 10” tall angular iron wire frame letters from Urban Outfitters.
4. 6.5” tall Deep-etched Number Bar glasses by Christopher Jagmin.
5. Gummi alphabet in assorted colors by Haribo.
6. Waist-height Alphabet Drawers inspired by vintage printing blocks in solid oak by Kent and London.
7. “Math Problem” cotton T-shirt by Jeff Sheldon at Ugmonk.
8. Handmade white ceramic lights with perforated holes in any letter from Perch.
9. Alphabet coasters with decoupaged glass from Jayson Home and Garden.
10. ABC Chairs in lacquered MDF, made to order, and available in limited editions by Roeland Otten.
11. Aakkoset Shelf or Room Divider in MDF in eight colors made to order by Lincoln Kayiwa.
12. Braille Fashion Cheat-Sheet bracelet with braille alphabet on outside and corresponding print on the reverse by Leslie Ligon.
13. 10.5” porcelain dinner plates by Christopher Jagmin.
14 “Helvetica” Iconic Panels in laminated wood with digits in history’s most popular typeface (originally by Swiss designer Max Miedinger in 1957) from B&N Industries.
15. Camus Floor Lamp explores typography as a means of decoration and structure with a quote from prolific writer Albert Camus, “You cannot create experience you must under go it,” from Palette Industries.