A coffee mug featuring the new Endangered Alphabets logo, which includes text in the endangered Philippine script known as Baybayin. The logo was specially designed for the project by Paul Morrow, creator of the Baybayin font. Overseas backers please add an additional $5 for packing and postage.
A copy of Endangered Alphabets, the coffee-table-style book about the project and its carvings. It has stunning photos and a short essay on each script, raising fascinating questions about the history and nature of writing. Overseas backers please add an additional $5 for packing and postage.
I’ll carve the backer a monogram plate—in other words, their initial in the extraordinarily elaborate and ornate 17th-century Secretary Hand style, carved in a piece of maple or cherry and measuring approximately 7”x7”. Overseas backers please add an additional $5 for packing and postage.
Michael Horlick, senior lexicographer at the language research center in Hyattsville, Maryland ("one-stop shopping for all your Russian, Chinese, Uyghur, Uzbek, Tajik, Syrian and Western Punjabi needs"), is offering a signed copy of his Comprehensive Uzbek to English Dictionary for anyone making a pledge of $150.00.