Throughout his career, Grégoire Ganter has experimented with photographic collage to capture the diverse and evolving architecture in his adoptive city, New York. The birth of his daughter in May 2003 inspired him to look for original decoration for her surroundings. The culmination of this process resulted in the creation of "Léa's Alphabets", a collection of photographic collages geared towards decoration and education for children of all ages.
The complete collection includes alphabets, illustrated alphabets, illustrated color images, as well as custom-made name collages. Each collage is made up of individual photographs, representing letters and illustrations captured from everyday life. The result is a unique image, filled with vibrant colors and diverse shapes.
Individual photographs are assembled together to form a one of a kind photographic collage. Once the collage process is completed, the final image is scanned in a professional lab and duplicated in limited edition gallery quality digital C-prints. The original collage remains a one of a kind work of art.