THE NEW UNICODE 14.0 POSTERS CREATED BY ANRT AND IDG
NOW AVAILABLE IN LIMITED QUANTITIES TO NORTH AMERICAN RESIDENTS!
A donation of $50 to or more to the Script Encoding Initiative entitles you to receive a poster showing all writing systems on Unicode 14.0 and beyond. This third revised edition of the World’s Writing Systems poster was created by the Atelier National de Recherche Typographique (ANRT), Nancy, France, Institut Designlabor Gutenberg (IDG), Hochschule Mainz, Germany with research provided by SEI. The silk screen posters measure 80 × 120 cm (approx. 31.5” × 47” or 2.6 × 3.9 feet).
There are two different versions, providing different views on writing systems of the world with one reference glyph per script: — one poster arranged chronologically, and the other poster arranged geographically and chronologically. For a donation of $75, you can receive both posters.
(Photography: Ilka Helmig.)
Unicode 5.0 BMP Poster CREated by decodeunicode (51,980 graphic characters)
Now available in limited quantities to North American residents!
A donation of $50 or more to the Script Encoding Initiative entitles you to receive a poster showing
all the characters on Unicode 5.0's Basic Multilingual Plane (BMP). Created by the decodeunicode project, the poster measures 1.17 × 1.75 m (approximately 3'10" × 5' 9").
NOTE: As quantities are limited, it is important to take advantage of this offer soon. Once the supply is depleted, the entire contribution will be treated as a donation. However, we will make every attempt to keep this webpage up only as long as supplies last.
Donations are tax-deductible in the U.S., less the cost of the poster, approximately $17. A receipt will be sent to donors.
You can also send a check, made payable to "UC Regents" and mailed to the address below.
Please indicate whether you wish to receive the poster and the address where it should be sent.
This offer has been made possible from the kind support of the decodeunicode project, particularly Johannes Bergerhausen, at the University of Applied Sciences, Mainz, Germany.
Donations to SEI help support SEI work. Funds are used primarily to pay script encoding specialists and graduate students to do research, write script proposals, and to create fonts on a per-script basis. Funding also covers research-related travel, administrative costs, and website maintenance. SEI's Progress web page gives an overview of project achievements.
GET YOUR POSTER NOW
To make a donation to the Script Encoding Initiative, visit the Linguistics Annual Fund webpage.
NOTE: In order to receive the poster, you must
(a) go to the Linguistics Annual Fund donation page and make a donation
(b) email email@example.com, indicating that the donation should be re-allocated from the Linguistics Annual Fund to the Script Encoding Initiative (fund number FU1226000), cc’ing me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and
(c) email me (email@example.com) that you made a donation and wish to receive a poster, indicating which one (normal chronologically ordered one or the geographically ordered one), with your preferred mailing address and any special instructions.
If you need help with the donations process or the poster offer, please send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Script Encoding Initiative
c/o Deborah Anderson
University of California, Berkeley
Department of Linguistics
1203 Dwinelle Hall #2650
Berkeley, CA 94720-2650
POSTER Created by the decodeunicode project and ANRT! For donation of $50 or more.
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