I wanted to come up with a video interpreting a different perspective on typography. I notice after years of being a graphic design major, that my friends didn't ever pay attention to typography and graphics the way I see them of course. So that sparked an idea, and I wanted to do a video poking fun on the basic alphabet anatomy. I interviewed a handful of people from different ages and and backgrounds selected at random, and asked them to describe to me how to draw out each letter of the English alphabet, assuming the listener has no idea. The interviewees were not informed of what their answers would be used for, to make sure they were not scripted or influenced. These were the results when I animated back their explanations (warning, it's very literal).