"A glyph?" I asked myself 2 days ago. "What is a GLYPH?" I asked some friends and one of them knew. "It's like one of those things where kids color based on things they like, like they'd color the stars yellow if their favorite class is Art." "Oh I see!" Glyphs are COOL!
Location: Right outer forearm The story: I love to paint, write, and draw, and my tattoo is a reminder that turning to these forms of expression is the best way for me to feel centered and at peace. The design has three triangles pointing into my right hand, which is what I use to create. The three triangles are glyphs, and each have a different meaning — create, express, and transcend. I tend to struggle with communicating my deepest emotions and find that expressing myself through art is…
Know your Vegvisirs. I was drawing these, wondered why the different versions around the place. Nobody can figure out what Björks tattoo actually is, a Galdrabók one roughly done most likely #bjork #vegvisir #tattoo
World Religion Colorful Icons by Roberto1977, via Dreamstime: I thought this would be good to repin because I did not even know what all of these represented & as parents I believe we need to be aware. Maybe this is naive, but I had no idea that the ying & yang symbol was a religious symbol, although I had heard of Taoism.
The Glyph Girls have created this sweet little craft to compliment the book, Love Monster, by Rachel Bright. It's perfect for a Valentine's Day project!Take a look at what's included in this 20 page resource:Colorful Example PhotosMaterials ListDetailed Instructions and TipsWriting IdeasBook SuggestionsReady to Copy Patterns to create a Love MonsterTake a peek at the preview to get an even better idea of what's included!This product is guaranteed to make kids, parents, and coworkers…
The Music of John Williams Listening Glyphs A glyph is a pictorial representation of data. These clever worksheets ask students to color each object or portion of the picture based on what they hear. These glyphs were designed for use with the music of John Williams and ask students to listen for 4-5 things in a piece.
Ugaritic cuneiform was named after Ugarit, the city state where it was used in what is now Syria. It was probably created sometime during the 14th century BC. Ugaritic cuneiform outwardly resembles other cuneiform scripts and has a sound system based on consonant alphabets such as Phoenician/Canaanite. Ugarit flourished from the 14th century BC until 1180/70 BC, when it was destroyed.