Hi, this is now our busiest time of year, should you wish to purchase a picture for Christmas can we please respectfully ask that you order early rather than later to avoid disapointment.

Thank you.

Welcome to our LETTER ART PICTURES website, the concept is also known as ALPHABET PHOTOGRAPHY, WORD ART PICTURES, ALPHABET PHOTO PICTURES or LETTER PHOTO WORD ART PICTURES.

We take all the photographs so all the pictures are unique to ourselves.

All the photos are 6" x 4" black and white prints although some do have a splash of colour.

The letters are mounted and framed to spell words & names which form pictures, which are supplied ready to hang.

Our pictures make fantastic gifts for any occasion and are suitable for everyone, especially those who are difficult to buy for.

As it is you who chooses the words and individual letters the pictures are unlikely to be repeated making a truly bespoke personalised gift.

If you are looking for inspiration please have a look at our ‘examples’ page or for our latest pictures please check our ‘Facebook Picture Gallery’ or Twitter page. Just click on the Facebook or Twitter icon in the top right hand corner.

To GET STARTED click on the 'Get Started' or 'CREATE YOUR OWN WORDS' icons.

 Please have fun creating your own words and changing the letters to your hearts content.

Definition of Littera Photographic:- The art of taking pictures of architectural and natural features in such a way as to form letters of the alphabet and turn these into ‘letter photo word art pictures’.

What Our Customers Say

“I bought a frame today at the Manchester market and I am thrilled with it!!! It’s beautiful and my mum is going to love it for Christmas. ”

Nicola H. (Facebook December 2014)

“Just a quick note to say thank you very much for the lovely photos and frame, it’s a gift for my father-in-law’s 70th birthday from my two daughters. I’m really pleased with it and how beautiful it looks. Thanks for the really quick delivery, i’ll be passing your details on to anyone I know looking for a lovely gift. Thanks again.”

Paul A. (Email February 2015)