Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Muppet Alphabet - Final version

Here it is. The final version of the Muppet Alphabet, featuring Xomfey the Pink Stalk from The Muppet Show pilot, Sex and Violence.

Featured are: Animal, Bunsen and Beaker, Crazy Harry, Dr. Teeth, Sam the Eagle, Fozzie, Gonzo, Hilda, Irving Bizarre, Janice, Kermit, Lew Zealand, Miss Piggy, Newsman, Otto, Pepe, Quongo, Rowlf, Statler, The Swedish Chef (aka "Tom"), Uncle Deadly, Vendaface, Waldorf, Xomfey, Yolanda Rat, Zoot.

And a big thanks to the poster at Muppet Central for the suggestion on Xomfey.

Prints, posters, iPhone cases and skins available at Society6.

Check out http://baboondesign.blogspot.com/2011/11/muppet-alphabet-in-t-shirt-form.html for more details on T-shirts.

NEW: Muppet Babies Numbers and The Great Muppet Alphabet (the Sequel)


5 comments:

  1. HUGE Muppets fan. I found you from Threadless and was trying to look up who "I", "O", "Q", "V", & "X" were. Had forgotten about Irving Bizarre! The rest took some serious jogging of my memory. Way to put my knowledge to shame. :) (Honestly, did you have to look any up?) Love this design though, thinking of buying it to help my daughter with her alphabet...and brain washing. :) She already loves the Muppets at 3years old though so it won't be hard.

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  2. Thanks. I've already brainwashed my kids, so we're on the same wavelength. I told them they need to wear the shirts to school to teach all of their friends as well. :)

    I was able to come up with most of these by picking away at my memories though X was a bit of a challenge. A fellow Muppet fan actually came up with Xomfey. That's why you'll see an older version on here featuring "eX-Muppets".

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  3. Just amazing! I'd like to add my vote to request a poster version, please :)

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  4. Great news: The Muppet Alphabet is now available both as a T-shirt (http://www.threadless.com/product/3361/Muppet_Alphabet/tab,guys/style,shirt) and as a poster (http://society6.com/mbaboon/Muppet-Alphabet_Print)

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  5. I love this! I am a teacher and have decided that my theme next year for my classroom will be muppets. I really like your alphabet. I was wondering if there was a way that you could separate the letters. I thought it would be really cool to spell out my name on my outside wall that says "Ms. Zavala's Muppets" with your letters. If this is possible, then please let me know. I would pay to have these letters done. Thanks! samanthazavala119@yahoo.com

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