If you’re the pedantic analytical sort like Rich Roat, you might take the digestive period between the last of eight courses at one of our nation’s famous eating establishments to reflect upon the dramatic financial impact this meal will have upon your normal notions of fiscal responsibility and how much your annoyingly ethical tax accountant will allow you to take as deduction against Schedule K-1 reported income. The deeply methodical reaches of your left brain, however, will begin to calculate the cost of assembling the raw materials as well as the experience needed to prepare such a gastronomic symphony and subsequently determine that it’s still a heckuva value despite the projected exponentially detrimental ten-year effect on your childrens’ 529c college savings program. By combining the advanced layering capabilities of our photolettering.com service with two decades of screen-pulling muscle memory, this artisanal alphabetic mille-feuille offers a visual version of this dichotomous dilemma.
Featuring Henrion from Photo-Lettering. Original alphabet by H.K. Henrion, digitized by Wendy Ellerton.