The Vulcan alphabet has three main forms: 1. The swirly "musical" writing 2. The "Tibetan" calligraphic style 3. The one on the side of Mr. Spock's shuttle in "Star Trek: The Motion Picture"

Vulcan alphabet: because you never know when you'll want it. The Vulcan alphabet has three main forms: The swirly "musical" writing The "Tibetan" calligraphic style The one on the side of Mr. Spock's shuttle in "Star Trek: The Motion Picture"

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It's funny to think that music nowadays will be considered classical music in the future.

It's funny to think that music nowadays will be considered classical music in the future.

Star Trek Old Vs Star Trek New - www.funny-pictures-blog.com

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Star Trek Main Theme Sheet Music by Michael Giacchino

Pinner said: Vulcan-It may be nerdy, but it's still pretty cool. The long curves actually connect separate syllables together into words. The script was created to look like some of the props on Star Trek, and emulates if very well. It's one of the only scripts (apart from the Cherokee and Galifreyan above) to emulate the look, without emulating the function, of something else.

So, what does 'writing' look like?

✍ Sensual Calligraphy Scripts ✍ initials, typography styles and calligraphic art - Vulcan - long curves connect separate syllables together into words. The script was created to look like some of the props on Star Trek

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Find out how to get Jaylah's out of this world look from Star Trek Beyond with this makeup tutorial!

Jaylah Star Trek Beyond Makeup Tutorial

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