Alex Solis, a Chicago-based web designer and illustrator has found a way to make the American Sign Language more fun to learn, especially for deaf-mute little kids who are still starting to learn the American Sign Language. He took pictures of his daughter’s hands doing the American Sign Language Alphabet and added some cute characters to make it easier to identify and memorize. The cute characters also interact with the hand to aid you in memorizing the fingers’ correct position.
We already talked about this creative artist in another post featuring his other amusing artwork entitled “Icons Unmasked” and “Famous Chunkies”. Check out his instagram for more of his work.