Entomological typography.

Research about insects and typography seems to be very curious, look at this description by Dexter Sear of how certain cultures (Egyptian and Mayan culture) incorporated many insects as characters of alphabets throughout history:

Photographer, Kjell Sandved summed up the motivation behind his life's work when he said, "It is written on the wings of butterflies." After over 25 years of field photography and scouring through museum insect collections, Kjell Sandved succeeded in finding all characters of our current alphabet within the astoundingly beautiful and varied wing pattern designs of butterflies and moths. Although our understanding of the biological purpose behind such elaborate beautification might focus on behavioral tactics, Kjell's achievement in producing "The Butterfly Alphabet" is a great example of cultural entomology.