A to Z, the beginning and the end
The Glagolitic script, like every early alphabet, is an abstract graphic system, compiled by syllabic signs, that visually represent elements of Slavic speech. Created in the 9th Century, it quickly spread around Eastern Europe, only to be replaced with the introduction of the Roman script. While it hasn't been in use since the 19th Century, the Glagolitic script has been preserved as an important part of the Croatian cultural heritage.
‘A to Z, the beginning and the end’ is a project aimed toward the visual revival of the Glagolitic script. Through using a Latin structure combined with the aesthetic of the original script, the newly designed typeface offers a legible and modernised version of the Glagolitic script. Along with a series of posters and a publication containing a collection of essays, this project enhances the importance of heritage and culture.