Handwriting is constantly evolving to reflect the immensely complex blend of character and experiences that individuals accumulate throughout their life.
With the ideas of graphology in mind, this publication aims to illustrate individuals’ analysis of the psychological structure of handwriting, and what their style of writing reflects about their personalities.
The writings in this publication have been collected from 20 individuals who were asked to comment on what they believed handwriting reflected about themselves and others.
This was completed using a chain effect — the first participant’s handwriting was passed onto the second participant, whose written response was then used for the following participant, and so it continued. Each of the participants’ self-reflective entries written on the front of each envelope, followed by a stranger’s perception placed inside the envelope.