What if we, Filipinos, still use ancient writings by our ancestors? Take a look at these iconic logos in which are translated to Baybayin; our very own ancient Philippine script.
LOOK: Artist Transformed Iconic Logos To Baybayin - The National Script Of The Philippines
Jul 13, 2016 at 12:34 PM
Posted by : Pinoy Secret Writer
Filed Under : Arts & Design
An artist named Lloyd Zapanta transformed the logo of Jollibee, Globe, Cebu Pacific, Ayala, Metrobank, Mang Inasal, Meralco and Smart Communications into Baybayin - the national script of the Philippines.
According to Wikipedia,
The term baybay literally means "to spell" in Tagalog. Baybayin was extensively documented by the Spanish. Some have incorrectly attributed the name Alibata to it.
If we had embrace this ancient writings of ours, then we will have our very own alphabet and scripting similar to other countries such as Cambodia and Thailand.