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Working on Lettering Hub I conducted various interviews, attended various talks and workshops, and read a bunch of lettering books, all contributing to a list of ‘to do’ items for anyone who wants to learn the [...]
In 2015 when I undertook a 100 day project and created a new unique grid pattern every day for 100 consecutive days, I never thought that one year later (almost to the day) I'd be running a Kickstarter campaign to produce an initial 50 unit run of all 100 grids as 36 page sketchbooks.
Dominique Falla is author, speaker and tactile typographer. She has worked with clients like Google, Penguin Books, Wired Magazine and more! In this interview she shares her latest projects, insight into her process and what's on the horizon for the rest of the year.
Maria originally comes from Barcelona, where she studied design and typography. Today she is a graphic and textile print designer, letterer and illustrator based in Melbourne, and I am pleased to say that she is the first contributor to Lettering Hub! Read on for a big bunch of helpful tips and resources from her.
I am writing this article with the intention of clarifying a few things about calligraphy, and to hopefully shed some light on misunderstandings about this beautiful art form. In my opinion, calligraphy suffers from an image problem. I find that people associate it with older people writing religious texts and with wedding invitations! But calligraphy is much more than that.
Today I'm introducing you to The Letterettes - the latest girlband in Melbourne-town to watch out for! They are shedding some more light as to who they are, what they do and what they're currently working on.
This March, San Francisco and Brooklyn based lettering artist, sign painter and lover of puns, Annica Lydenberg (aka Dirty Bandits) will be hosting a weekend of type workshops exclusively with Work-Shop Melbourne.
This book makes the history of typography immensely accessible and interesting. It’s broken up into 22 chapters broken up by 11 “Fontbreaks”, detailing a whole heap of stories from how Comic Sans came about to the involvement between Mr Baskerville and Mrs Eaves to a list of “The Worst Fonts in the World” (Comic Sans isn’t one of them!) and more.
Carla Hackett and Barbara Enright have taken on the mission to teach this lost art to anyone willing to listen, seeing the massive comeback of hand-crafted, original designs that simply cannot be created by a machine.
Introducing various typography artists from Australia and around the world. Their expertise ranges from type design to lettering to calligraphy to illustration and more. Check out their work, read interviews and get inspired!