Founded in 2010, the Endangered Alphabets Project aims to support the preservation and revival of traditional writing systems. We have been doing this in three ways: by carving pieces of text from endangered scripts in beautiful woods; by exhibiting these carvings and giving talks and workshops on the subject; and by creating and publishing games, educational materials, playing cards, dictionaries and children’s books in endangered writing systems. Our next project, due for launch on January 1, 2019, is to create a digital Atlas of Endangered Alphabets.