LETTERING + GRAPHIC
DESIGN LEARNING

Wow. Today is a pretty big day. Our brand new site design, 6+ months in the making, is now live! This was a joint effort between Spence and I (though way more Spence than me) and it’s finally up! We didn’t hire any outside help, just hustled between the other things we were doing for the past half year (which is partly why it took much longer than we anticipated). We had a few goals in mind as we dove into this project, so today I wanted to share a site design tour, as well as our process + experience throughout the redesign.

Happy Tuesday! I'm not gonna lie, this week's tutorial is one of my favorites. Essentially, we're combining the watercolor photoshop brush tutorial from a few weeks ago with last week's

If you're just diving into Illustrator, this week's tutorial is perfect for beginners! We'll go over some very basic, but powerful tools that you can use in different ways well into the

When I first got into font making, hearing "customized (or coded) font features" made me question if I really knew what they were. I went digging away and an entire new

I was surprised to receive a number of emails lately asking which home inkjet printers I recommend. After using different printers at all of the jobs I've held, plus using my

I realized the other day that I did some short mini vids on Instagram wayyyy back on how to recolor textures in Procreate, but never a tutorial here. Introducing textures

It's the last Thursday in January, which means it's time for your free February 2017 desktop wallpapers! This month's wallpaper was created with a Micron 05 (.45mm), scanned in and vectorized in Illustrator. I cleaned

It's been a little while since I've posted a watercolor tutorial! If you've been here for some time, you know we can't have that ;) This week I want to

A little while ago, I shared my font making process for Espresso Roast and asked if anyone would be interested in a font making course. I can't tell you how

One of the questions I'm asked most often about iPad lettering is how to use vectors with Procreate. The very short answer is: you can't. But! There *are* some workarounds