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Instagram Made $20 Billion from Ads in 2019, Out-Earning YouTube by a Lot

Despite plenty of opinions out there saying that stills photography is dying and video is taking over, one metric at least seems to disagree: ad revenue. According to reports, the world's largest photo sharing site (Instagram) out-earned the world's largest video sharing platform (YouTube) by a lot in 2019.

Google Satellite Images of Buildings that Look Like the Letters A through Z

While browsing around on Google Maps satellite view (as many of us have done at some point or another) art director Yousuke Ozawa came across a number of buildings that resembled various letters of the alphabet.

Realizing the potential of this find, he spent the next week digitally flying across the globe and curating what ended up being Satellite Fonts, a collection of all 26 letters of the alphabet as formed by buildings across the world.

The Entire Alphabet Created with Long-Exposure Photos of Hand Waving

Shooting photos of the letters of the alphabet isn't anything new, but London-based photographer Amandine Alessandra's method of creating her letters is. Armed with only her arms and a camera, Alessandra shoots long exposure photographs of herself waving her hands in the shape of each letter. The project is titled Dance With Me.

Leg Hair Font: A Bizarre Typeface Created with Photos of Leg Hair

Mayuko Kanazawa of Tama Art University in Japan was recently given the assignment of creating a typeface without the aid of a computer. She decided to use a camera, but instead of doing a more ordinary alphabet photo project, she decided to photograph leg hair manipulated into different characters.

Letters Formed Out of Ordinary Scenes

Austrian photographer Bela Borsodi's creative alphabet photographs are similar to the word photos by Stephen Doyle installations that we shared back in September, except Borsodi doesn't use tape to create his letters. Instead, he arranges the things found in each scene so that the objects and the negative space work together to form characters.