calligraphy

6 articles tagged as calligraphy

To me, true genius in stationery occurs when the established forms we know so well — in this case, a save-the-date — receive an unexpected, not to mention gorgeous, tweak.It all started when New-York based designer, calligrapher and hand-letterer Chavelli Tsui decided to have some fun with her Christmas cards and …

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When you return from vacation to 800 emails eagerly awaiting your response, there’s only one thing to do — and that’s Boss Like a Lady. So I am especially smitten this week with the series of that name from Brooklyn calligrapher and illustrator Liz of Tuccicursive. When she’s not working with …

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My letter-writing campaign has certainly given out lots of stationery — which is its whole point — but it’s also put me in touch with creatives like Julia of Eva Moon Press. She wrote me several months back from her home atop Mt. Tabor in Portland on precious stationery from Ilfant …

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This is such a fun time of year as I start to get acquainted with first-time exhibitors I’ll get to meet in less than five months at National Stationery Show. One of them is Our Heiday, a downtown Los Angeles stationery and gift design company founded by illustrator and hand-letterer …

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So many LOUIE finalists, so little time — just under a month, in fact, until the gala on May 18, at Manhattan’s Espace. I’m loving the pool and gold foil combo on this design from Sugar Paper Los Angeles, a finalist in the Friendship/Encouragement (General) category (Above $3.50). The shiny herringbone envelope liner and chunky, …

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I absolutely love Pinterest — in fact, I don’t allow myself to visit before noon, otherwise my daily to-do list just doesn’t get done — but it remains a bit of a mystery to me. What makes one pin get repinned thousands of times — while an equally attractive one …

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