Books On Books Collection – Abecedaries I (in progress)

Jon Agee, Z Goes Home (entry in progress)

Islam Aly, 28 Letters

Marie Angel, An Animated Alphabet, Angel’s Alphabet, An Alphabet of Flowers

Rutherford Aris, The Ampersand in Script & Print: An Essay in Honour of the Ampersand Club on the Occasion of its Semicentenary

Federico Babina, Archibet

Cristina Balbiano d’Aramengo, Flag Book Alphabet

Leonard Baskin, Hosie’s Alphabet

Antonio Basoli, Alfabeto Pittorico

Marion Bataille, ABC3D

Anthon Beeke, Alphabet

Alberto Blanco & “El Nacho”, The Book of Equis (entry in progress)

Tia Blassingame, Mourning/Warning: An Abecedarian

David Clifford, Letterpress ABC

Michele Durkson Clise, Animal Alphabet

Aaron Cohick, Alphabet One

Robert Cottingham, A-Z: Robert Cottingham: An American Alphabet (entry in progress)

Paul Cox, Abstract Alphabet (entry in progress)

Nerma Prnjavorac Cridge, Sarajevska Abeceda

Wim Crouwel, A New Alphabet

Joyce Cutler-Shaw, Alphabet of Bones

François Da Ros, Anakatabase

Raffaella della Olga, LINE UP

Wim Crouwel, New Alphabet

Roberto de Vicq de Cumptich, Bembo’s Zoo

Thomas Edwards, An Account of the Trial of the Letter ϒ [upsilon] alias Y, binding by Mark Cockram

Timothy Epps and Christopher Evans, Alphabet

Jennifer Farrell, The Well-Travelled Ampersand

Neil Gaiman & Gris Grimly, The Dangerous Alphabet (entry in progress)

John Gerard, Alpha Beta

Edward Gorey, Thoughtful Alphabets: The Just Dessert / the Deadly Blotter (entry in progress)

Karen Hanmer, The Spectrum A-Z (entry in progress)

Helen Hiebert, Alpha Beta …

Susan Hiller, The Artist’s Palette Alphabet

Tana Hoban, A,B, See!

Hans Holbein the Younger, Der Totentanz (entry in progress)

Takenobu Igarashi, Igarashi Alphabets

Stephen T. Johnson, Alphabet City; A is for Art (entry in progress)

William Joyce and Christina Ellis, The Numberlys

Karl Kempton, 26 Voices (entry in progress)

Ines von Ketelhodt, Alpha Beta

Ronald King, Alphabet II, Alphabeta Concertina, alphabeta concertina miniscule, The White Alphabet (in progress)

Moussa Kone: The Abecedarium of the Artist’s Death: 26 Dangers for Your Career

Alethea Kontis, AlphaOops: The Day Z Went First (entry in progress)

Lou Kuenzler & Julia Woolf, Not Yet Zebra (entry in progress)

Sean Lamb & Mike Perry, Z Goes First (entry in progress)

Ji Lee, Univers Revolved: A Three-Dimensional Alphabet

Francesca Lohmann, An Alphabetical Accumulation

Helen Malone, Alphabetic Codes

Russell Maret, Hungry Dutch

Scott McCarney, ​Alphabook 3, Alphabook 10 and Alphabook 13

Tara McLeod, ABC

Cathryn Miller, L is for Lettering

Suzanne Moore, A Blind Alphabet

Jeffrey Morin & Steven Ferlauto, Sacred Space

Andrew Morrison, Ampersands&; Two Wood Press A-Z

Movable Books Society, A to Z: Marvels in Paper Engineering

Bruno Munari, ABC con fantasia

Richard Niessen, The Palace of Typographic Masonry

Paul Noble, Nobsons Newton

Molly Peacock & Kara Kosaka, Alphabetique

Antonio & Giovanni Battista de Pian, Alphabetto Latino Schizzato and Alphabetto Pittoresque, respectively

Maria Pisano, XYZ

Richard Price & Ronald King, little but often

Francisca Prieto, Printed Matter series

Bruce Rogers, Champ Rosé

Sybil Rubottom & Jim Jim Machacek, Spice Market (entry in progress)

Levi Sherman, Frequency: An Abecedarian (entry in progress)

Johann David Steingruber, Architectonisches Alphabeth

Borje Svennsson & James Diaz, Letters

Gerard Unger, A Counterproposal

Claire Van Vliet, Tumbling Blocks for Pris and Bruce

Teagan White, Adventures with Barefoot Critters (entry in progress)

Geofroy Tory, Champ Fleury

Edward Andrew Zega & Bernd H. Dams, An Architectural Alphabet

Ludwig Zeller, Alphacollage

~zeug, Et & Ampersands: A Contemporary Collection

Further Reading

Tien-Min Liao, Handmade Type

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