Links

SariSari etc…by Paul Morrow is probably the most informative Baybayin site. His fonts have pretty much become the Baybayin standard. Many designers use them for shirts and graphics.

Suku-Art by Christine Balza

Urduja by Mary Ann Ubaldo

Nordenx has created some modern Baybayin fonts.

The Tagalog script by Hector Santos. He also goes in depth about the other forms of Baybayin.

Mangyan.org – One of the few tribes still using a form of Baybayin today

Online Baybayin translator.

Baybayin Alive – A blog dedicated to sharing the deeper meanings of the script

PinoyTattoos.com

David Lazaro – Graffiti inspired Baybayn art

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