Funphabet by ChiChiLand - Title

Fifty two cute, letter-inspired characters are waiting for you to name them, to invent their stories and personalities. A is no longer just for Apple, and B is now free from the Ball – with funphabet you decide who this colorful bunch are, what they do, and how to call them!

Funphabet was created to encourage creative conversation between kids and parents. Rather than providing all the answers, it takes a back seat – asking the reader to build their own stories, and to interpret the characters inhabiting its pages.

In funphabet you decide the story, and its characters.

Here are a few ideas from the readers of this book’s first, limited print edition.

Fish for an eye… Dress made of waves and sponges… I’m a C… “a sea”, see?

–Malik, 18, user experience designer

Grampa didn’t shave today. He took little boy [grandson] to the park, to look for pepper.

–Hae-Won, 4, finger paint artist

The Potato family decided to dress as chocolate mint doughnuts for this year’s Halloween.

–Arda, 6, squirrel and bunny enthusiast

Little Q got lost in the forest one Autumn day. Knowing cold days were just around the corner, it had to fashion its clothes from branches, sticks, and leaves it found around. Nobody heard of Q all Winter long, but in Spring it emerged from the forest triumphant, all well-fed, round, and grown up.

–Geoff, 41, copywriter

Whether you’re lifting weights in your garage, or play tennis in the club – it’s good to get some heavy, sweaty exercise every day!

–Katerina, 29, software engineer

I love when in the Summer we buy lots and lots of cherries. We eat many, but always hang some on our ears, and take silly photos.

–Nora, 4, seashell collector and future astronaut

There is this girl that I like in my class, but when she says hello I never know what to say back.

–Bateau, 9, Fortnite master (self proclaimed)


Credits:

Creative Directed by Quba Michalski
Art Directed and Illustrated by Chi Michalski
Typography based on the Sniglet typeface, designed by Haley Fiege

Funphabet was originally printed in a limited edition.

Additional copies can be produced on-demand. Get in touch if you’d like to get your own.

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Fish for an eye… Dress made of waves and sponges… I’m a C… “a sea”, see?

–Malik, 18, user experience designer

Grampa didn’t shave today. He took little boy [grandson] to the park, to look for pepper.

–Hae-Won, 4, finger paint artist

The Potato family decided to dress as chocolate mint doughnuts for this year’s Halloween.

–Arda, 6, squirrel and bunny enthusiast

Little Q got lost in the forest one Autumn day. Knowing cold days were just around the corner, it had to fashion its clothes from branches, sticks, and leaves it found around. Nobody heard of Q all Winter long, but in Spring it emerged from the forest triumphant, all well-fed, round, and grown up.

–Geoff, 41, copywriter

Whether you’re lifting weights in your garage, or play tennis in the club – it’s good to get some heavy, sweaty exercise every day!

–Katerina, 29, software engineer

I love when in the Summer we buy lots and lots of cherries. We eat many, but always hang some on our ears, and take silly photos.

–Nora, 4, seashell collector and future astronaut

There is this girl that I like in my class, but when she says hello I never know what to say back.

–Bateau, 9, Fortnite master (self proclaimed)


Credits:

Creative Directed by Quba Michalski
Art Directed and Illustrated by Chi Michalski
Typography based on the Sniglet typeface, designed by Haley Fiege

Funphabet was originally printed in a limited edition.

Additional copies can be produced on-demand. Get in touch if you’d like to get your own.

Get in touch