Tool to write/decode with the phases of the moons, in the style of the artist Leandro Katz and his lunar alphabet.
Lunar Alphabet (L. Katz) - dCode
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The lunar alphabet was created by artist and poet Leandro Katz in 1978. Exhibited in several museums around the world, he used this alphabet to converse with director Jesse Lerner.
Leandro Katz created 2 almost identical versions of the alphabet, the second, in 1980, having higher resolution photos. He also proposed a typewriter, replacing the alphabetical keys with pictures of the phases of the moon.
For encoding reasons, the letter Ñ cannot be encoded on dCode, it is automatically transformed into N.
The message is made up of images representing the moon, from the smallest crescent, to the full moon, passing through each of the quarters, both in the ascending and descending moon.
All other references to the Earth's natural satellite are clues.
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Lunar Alphabet (L. Katz) on dCode.fr [online website], retrieved on 2022-09-30,