The Ornament Script was invented in April 2004 by Carsten Becker,
originally intended to be used as a script for artistic purposes
in his invented language, Ayeri, but later discarded for that purpose.
In that language, the script is called Tahano Veno (beautiful script).
The shapes of the letters were inspired by vines.
The script is essentially ornamental and can be written in
horizontally from left to right or in spirals.
In theory the script could be adapted to write English
The vowels with a grave accent (à, è, etc) are
known as 'variable vowels' and are part of Ayeri's verb morphology.
The consonants n, m, j and v and the vowels o, ó and ò
can be mirrored if necessary.