For four years and thousands of kilometres Parisian photo artist Eric Tabuchi cruised the European motorways, looking for trucks which had one single letter on the back – until he had completed a full alphabet. The photographs were collected in a book published by Libraire Florence Loewy: Alphabet Truck, € 26; the series of 26 art prints sized 15.5 x 19.2 cm costs € 150.
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