Encoding Images into Sounds

In order to consecutively memorize sounds of a new alphabet, you need to encode the sounds into images. The chosen images must comply with two requirements. First, they need to be handy to memorize. Second, one part of each image must be pronounced as a corresponding alphabet sound. As an example, Japanese hiragana alphabet is used.

(A) Artist
(I) Ink
(E) Elbow
(O) Ocean
(KA) KAyak
(KI) KIosk
(SU) SUgar
(NA) NApkin
(MU) MUstard

By memorizing the sequence of these images, you will be able to reproduce the sound sequence.