Lettering artist Jessica Hische’s book “In Progress” is more than just pretty pages of inspiration (although it has that too) – it tells her story, her process, and gives a lot of invaluable advice
I was very excited to run the first of a two part workshop at Beau Est Mien, in which our students first learned brush calligraphy and then from their work created screens to print with. I was also lucky enough to get to participate in the second, screen printing part, using my own lettering artwork!
I love being able to dabble with different techniques and styles. Venturing out of my comfort zone, I was really excited to attend Karim Jabbari’s Arabic calligraphy workshop at the Goods Shed in Claremont.
A few snaps from my recent beginners brush lettering workshop, complete with worksheets and a free calligraphy guide sheet.
Learn the difference (and the overlap) between these three commonly confused terms. Yes there is a difference!
Lately I’ve been enjoying all things shiny and golden – especially this gold foiling technique I learned recently at the Calligraphers Guild.
In my first brush lettering workshop at Beau Est Mien, I showed my seven students the basics & how to create beautiful brush calligraphy art.
I’ve reworked this space to share more of my thoughts on lettering and calligraphy, and to work with companies looking for a hand lettering artist.
Letterpress has always felt like such an aspirational thing to me – so I tried a workshop to learn how to do it myself.