For a class project, Vivian Loh had to reimagine the alphabet, so she looked to Queen Beyoncé for inspiration. Loh created "The ABCs of Beyoncé," a set of illustrations that use the singer's body to form the letters of the alphabet. Loh tells Co.Design that she rewatching nearly every Bey video starting with a few Destiny's Child classics, and studied her movements and poses, choosing ones that she felt were "important or particularly beautiful."
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