Modern Take on Filipino Baybayin
One type of tattoo that I would like to do more of are Baybayin tattoos. Contact me for a custom Baybayin piece.
Baybayin (Tagalog pronunciation: [bai̯ˈba:jɪn], also incorrectly known as alibata) is a pre-Hispanic Philippine script. It is an alphasyllabary belonging to the family of the Brahmic scripts. It was widely used in Luzon and other parts of the Philippines prior to and during the 16th and 17th centuries before being supplanted by the Latin alphabet during the period of Spanish colonization. The characters are in the Unicode Basic Multilingual Plane (BMP), and were first proposed for encoding in 1998 by Michael Everson together with three other known indigenous scripts of the Philippines. In the 19th and 20th centuries, baybayin survived and evolved into the forms of Tagbanwa script of Palawan, Hanuno'o and Buhid scripts of Mindoro, and was used to create the modern Kulitan script of the Kapampangan, and Ibalnan script of the Palaw'an tribe.
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