A Man Has Made The Entire Alphabet Out Of Randoms Parts Of Dublin


James Kelleher has spent what was probably far too many hours painstakingly scrolling around Google Maps to put together an alphabet based entirely on Dublin landmarks.

He explains:

Inspired by Rhett Dashwood's original Google Maps Typography and the Aerial Bold project, I wanted to make a Dublin-flavoured topographical alphabet.

You can check out the full 26 letters here and click on each to find them in situ on Google Maps. They big ones are tall there: Croke Park, Howth Head and more. It actually makes for a great 'Can you guess where this is?' game.

Mark Farrelly
Article written by
Cavan bureau chief. Former Miss World 1997 contestant.

You may also like

A Step-By-Step Guide To Spotting Fellow Irishmen Abroad
12 Things Irish People Notice When They Arrive In America
Rank Every County's Accent To Find The Best In Ireland