Sticks   Sticks

Sticks is an alternative alphabet for English invented by Kristian Baird. It can also be used to write Latin, Dutch and Welsh. Sticks is based on the letters T, L and I, and was also party inspired by repeating patterns which change slightly for each time.

Notable features


Sticks consonants

Letters with a * next to them, should be pronounced with an "Ur" in combination with their original pronunciation. For example, V is pronounced "Vur", and Q at "Kur".

Sample text

Sample text in Sticks


I think therefore I am.

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