"Lost" Codex Pages
The following images are not attributed to Serafini. These are more an homage to the Codex Seraphinianus.
The Serafinian script is hand-drawn in the slideshow images; however, I have constructed a basic font set of Serafinian majuscules, minuscules, and numbers as a TTF that can be used with both Mac and Windows software. Apart from the "fun" aspect of writing in Serafinian (without understanding what any of the glyphs mean), this may serve the ends of decipherment. Constructing long tables of so many glyphs in an effort to try transposition and substitution decipherment techniques proves too unwieldy to perform by hand. To have a glyph set via font will make computer-driven decipherment easier and less prone to human error.