Learn Lettering

You can learn lettering online, but there’s also a great community of passionate designers out there that are worth meeting. We’ve put together a selection of online resources, workshops, conferences and meetups for you.
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Lettering Workshops with Dirty Bandits

February 23rd, 2016|0 Comments

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.

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Brush Lettering with Carla Hackett & Barbara Enright

November 2nd, 2015|0 Comments

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.

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Mike Meyer to host Workshops and Talks in Sydney & Melbourne

September 18th, 2015|0 Comments

This November, Better Letters is bringing its renowned sign painter Mike Meyer to Work-Shop Sydney and Melbourne for a series of workshops and talks. Meyer is best known for his appearance in the feature film, Sign Painters. He has travelled the world...

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Lettering Logo Design – From Sketch to Vector

May 28th, 2015|2 Comments

We'll show you how to design a lettered logo from sketch to vector by guiding you through the process of designing the Lettering Hub logo, along with telling the story of how this website was born.

Learn lettering online with video tutorials. This is the easiest way to learn if you’re living in a remote area and don’t have access to local workshops, conferences and meetups.
Books are a great place to start if you want to learn about typography and lettering. Check out our selection here.
Lettering workshops are great because you learn from experts and get hands-on training. These workshops can be incredibly valuable especially if you’re just starting out and have been struggling to teach yourself from online resources.
For the more advanced lettering enthusiasts, there are conferences held worldwide where you can draw inspiration and connect with fellow letterers. If you’re looking to make friends that share the same interest in lettering as you do, turn to local meetups.