This style of writing was approximately formed during the th centuries after the introduction of Christianity in Ireland when the monks wrote about Gospels in their own style. Though the Celtic society and culture had been spreading Europe, the Celtic culture and language are closely associated with Ireland. The first example of Celtic style writing was related to the insular scripts, and one characteristic feature of it is that a large and decorated initial letter is used at the beginning of text, paragraph and then text followed become smaller gradually until the regular size is reached.
Imagine a City by Elise Hurst Whimsical artwork accompanies prompts to imagine a more unique world — one swirly writing alphabet flying fish buses and teatime with gargoyles. This book would make a wonderful drawing or writing prompt. Look closely as a young boy finds a red book, opens to read it, and sees a another boy who is holding the red book with a picture of the first boy reading the book.
Lines by Suzy Lee Watch the beautiful lines adorn each page as a solitary skater creates swirly whirly designs on the ice. She spins, leaps, skates backward, then suddenly — a surprise — eraser marks.
A delightful illusion that plays with the reader who wants to believe in the magic of those lines. Look carefully as the cartoon cat in red runs through the pages and finds unexpected silliness with an alligator trying to eat him, a bear up a tree, a chicken squawking out of her coop, and so on with each page representing one letter of the alphabet.
An uniquely imagined story in alphabetical order. Boat of Dreams by Rogerio Coelho Wordless with sepia-toned illustrations, this is an imaginative wordless story showing an old man who lives alone on an island. He finds a message in a bottle then sends it back with a detailed drawing of a flying ship.
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Another feature of Celtic style writing is the employment of triangle shapes at the top of letters, or Ascender parts of letters, which can be seen in many modern Celtic fonts.
Celtic fonts are often seen in Irish related festivals, most notably, the Saint. Typography illustration of all the letters on the Latin alphabet in vector format.
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