The Six-Color Alphabet was invented by David Kelley as an alternative
alphabet for English. There are two versions of the alphabet: one
is a simple substitution system for English letters; the other uses a
more phonemic approach.
Type of script: alphabet
Direction of writing: left to right in horizontal lines
Used to write: English
The Six-Color Alphabet
David created this sample as an art project entitled "Navajo-like 'Talking Blankets'" for
some Japanese friends.