Writing well is something that is probably not your priority anymore, instead of using a pen and pencil, people now use a keyboard or their cell phone to communicate, however, in the past that was not the case and the quality of the words written on paper bordered on perfection.
Although it is not easy at all, having impeccable calligraphy ends up being a sign of your personality and also of how you can be as a person. In fact, there are people who are dedicated to analyzing the writing to determine many things related to their lives.
In the following photographs you will see some examples of the incredible style that someone can record in their writing. Of course, nothing compares to the work that our ancestors did many years ago, they were professionals from a young age.
1. Whoever wrote this must have practiced many times.
2. A beautiful Valentine’s Day card.
3. “I tried to copy the printed text in italics. I think the result did not disappoint.”
4. “My wife is originally from Finland, and she writes down her recipes in her cookbook.”
5. “I try to write in cursive every day. And my handwriting has gotten a lot better lately.”
6. This is what the Hippocratic Oath looks like written.
7. “Today is the international day of the Bengali language, which is my mother tongue. In honor of this holiday, I decided to write a few lines in my best handwriting.”
8. “My grandfather owned a printing press, so he practiced a lot to be able to sign by hand.”
9. “Who writes organic chemistry notes like that?”
10. “A small sample of how much I like to write.”
11. It is a myth to believe that physicists and mathematicians do not need beautiful calligraphy. After all, they also have to write a lot.
12. Someone is obviously a TikTok fan.
13. “When I write my homework in Mongolian, this is what it looks like”
14. “For a long time I tried to develop my ideal letter and I think I succeeded”
15. “Did you know that with the help of various programs you can write like a robot?”
16. “In the past, people wrote better. No doubt. This is an excerpt from the minutes of the Masonic Lodge, dating from 1799.”
17. It turns out that even integrals can look beautiful if you try.