Peperklips    Peperklips

Peperklips is the creation of Maestraccio Bart Thomasse. He developed it as an alternative, semi-phonetic alphabet for Dutch, because he believes that the Latin alphabet is not the best way to write the Dutch language. The shapes of the letters are based on paperclips, as the name of the alphabet suggests.

Notable features

Peperklips alphabet

Peperklips alphabet

Download an alphabet chart for Peperklips (Excel)
Download a font for Peperklips

Sample text in Peperklips

Sample text in Peperklips

Latin transliteration

Alle mensen worden vrij en gelijk in waardigheid en rechten geboren. Zij zijn begiftigd met verstand en geweten, en behoren zich jegens elkander in een geest van broederschap te gedragen.

Translation

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

Link

Further details of Peperklips and fonts (in Dutch)
http://www.peperklips.nl/

Peperklips is also used to write Hucoji (a constructed language)
http://www.hucoji.org/

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