After Finger Alphabet, Flag Semaphore, and Morse Code, I now finally revised the Braille Alphabet for posters! The infographics is now available as a poster at Posterlounge (also via Amazon and eBay!) and printed on cards, mugs, bags, shirts, pillows, towels, blankets, cases, stickers and other awesome products at Redbubble und Søciety6.
The letters of Braille are displayed in a grid of 6 dots: 2 dots horizontally and 3 dots vertically, like the 6 in a dice. These dots are embossed or pressed into materials such as paper or metal and felt by the reader’s fingertips. Braille was developed in 1825 by Louis Braille and is still used today by the blind and visually impaired all over the world.
The Braille Alphabet is part of my series of Alphabets which includes the Finger Alphabet, Flag Semaphore and Morse Code with Radio Alphabet. All infographics are available as posters at Posterlounge (in German und English; also via Amazon and eBay!) and as beautiful cards, mugs, bags, shirts, pillows, towels, blankets, cases, stickers and a wide range of other amazing products at Redbubble (in German and English) as well as Søciety6 (in English)! ➔