To continue the A to Z theme, I will render the blog title in various alphabets over the next four Sundays. Today – Languages. How many of these can you identify? Answers below.
Courtesy of Google Translate. Cut & pasted as I have difficulty enough drawing the Latin alphabet. Either GT &/or my system rendered Chinese, Japanese, Korean, etc. as little character-filled boxes.
While not technically alphabets, Asian translations/transliterations would have been cool to see.
Elsewhere on the Web
An animated graphic on the evolution of the Latin alphabet, showing the migration of letters.
Speaking of alphabets on the web, a Soviet-era pornographically decorated alphabet here. Seriously NSFW. Found courtesy of the folks at So Bad So Good: Stalin’s Favorite Sculptor Created A Pornographic Alphabet Book.
Blogging from A to Z Challenge April 2014
List of my A to Z posts
(Languages: Tamil, Russian, Persian, Mongolian, Lao, Hebrew, Greek, Khmer, Arabic)
2 thoughts on “Interlude – Text Art: Languages”
Oh, those Russians. 🙂
I recognized four of them; a bit ashamed I couldn’t manage more than that! I will not click on the adults only link. Until after the children go to bed. 😉
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