Six-Color Alphabet

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.

Notable features

The Six-Color Alphabet

Six-Color Alphabet (simple substitution version)

Six-Color Alphabet (phonemic version)

Sample text

David created this sample as an art project entitled "Navajo-like 'Talking Blankets'" for some Japanese friends.

Sample text in the Six-Color Alphabet

Sample text in the Six-Color Alphabet

Scripts by David Kelley

Enganagri, Keltic, Six-Color Alphabet, 6-Color Binary Alphabet, Square Word Calligraphy

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