alphabet contest: finalists ROUND THREE + voting

by Grace Bonney

Alright! Today is the third and final round of finalists that we’ll be posting. Tomorrow we’ll be voting to determine placement for the winners but today you’ll have another chance to pick a new artist who should join the winners from Monday and Tuesday’s voting. Today we’re meeting 10 new artists and 10 more beautiful alphabets so I hope you’ll enjoy them as much as the previous 20.

Please note: Voting will be open from today at 1pm EST to tomorrow, November 18th at 1:40PM EST. The additional 40 minutes is to make up for the extra 40 minutes Monday’s group was given due to a poll malfunction. So you’ll have a little over 24 hours to cast your vote (once) and help get your favorite alphabet into the finals! I’ve posted a preview image above, but VOTING and the full alphabet imagery will be below, after the jump!

CLICK HERE to VOTE after the jump!

Image above: David Watts “Glorious Tefan” (Made from pencil shavings)

Image above: Sommer Sheffield “Peacock” (Hand-drawn)

Image above: Ian Victor “Bachata” (Hand-drawn)

Image above: Lila Symons “Copperprint” (Hand-drawn)

Image above: Adam Kirk “Bklyn”

Image above: Jeremy Purser “Sparrow”

Image above: Cherisa Hawkins “Smoked Out”

Image above: Victoria Lane “French Press” (There are tiny animals behind the letters)

Image above: Jason Jones “Skunkling”

Image above: Rosie Moss “Yarn and Glue”


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