What can you write in lunch food? Two alphabets made by students, faculty and staff at the Cleveland at a past Food Font event are now available to print and use.
The CIA Vending machine food alphabet (made of food from the vending machines) and the CIA Packed Lunch alphabet (made of food from food from packed lunches) were made at a lunchtime event that kicked off the Food Font project. During the lunch hour, people stopped by and made a letter out of the food that they ate at lunch. Twinkies, Skittles, spaghetti, French fries, and coffee were some of the food used to make letters.
A video from the event can be viewed on the Food Font Vimeo channel.
There also is a flyer that you can print and share to let people know about the alphabets.
All alphabets are available as printable .pdf files, editable Microsoft Word files, and also as jpeg images that can be used with free online collage tools.