Artist Tweedlebop has completed a project several years in the making: The Star Wars Alphabet, a collection of art depicting a different Star Wars character for ever letter of the alphabet. It also includes Aurabesh translations!
From the site:
Now each card here has several elements. First there’s the Aurebesh letter, corresponding in each case with a letter from our real-world modern English, Latin-based alphabet. Each letter is shown stylized in a sort of sassy manner, the word then written out in Aurebesh, followed by English.
Then of course there’s the illustrations, which are just fantabulously cute and amazing.
As far as I can tell, Tweedlebop started creating this alphabet in 2007, the 30th anniversary of the original Star Wars movie’s release, and finished sometime in the past 12 months. You’ll notice a 2009 copyright sort of mark on most of them.
Head on over to World Famous Design Junkies to see the entire collection.