A baybayin experiment:
is the old Tagalog term for "God the Creator".
Stylized traditional baybayin characters arranged in the Sulat Kapampangan
vertical writing method, top to bottom, where the dead consonants (no vowel sound) are written to the right of its base syllable w/o a need for a virama marker (cross kudlit).
Visit my baybayin blog for more info on the Kapampangan method: [link]
I think it's an interesting way to render baybayin. It opens up a lot of possibilities in typography, not to mention kufic-like calligraphy. Hmmm... Kufic... maybe calling it alibata is not such a bad idea after all. ...oh heck, NO! Anyway, this vertical way of writing is more Brahmic and Asian (Indic, Buddhist) in origin than Arabic anyway.
This design is available in shirts an other knick-knacks at kakaiba.com [link]