LETTERING + GRAPHICDESIGN LEARNING
Happy Tuesday! These Tuesdays are my favorite because I get to share a class I love and send it out into the world. Today's class, Fantastic Flourishes, is no different. Being
Get ready to add some extra beauty to your gifts this year with some custom designed holiday gift tags in Adobe Illustrator! Creating stationery items in Illustrator is honestly one
Happy November! This year is seriously cruising by. Before we know it, we'll need to start sending out holiday cards, and if you're feeling ambitious, diy'ing some printable design work.
I experiment with new materials and supplies constantly for my (traditional) hand lettering. I would actually be scared to know how much time I've spent eyeing different hand lettering supplies
Ok, you guys. This one's a game changer for real. No kidding, my workflow for editing vectors in Illustrator has been at least cut in half by now using my
A few months ago, I shared how anyone with any version of Adobe Illustrator can create a seamless pattern. Once Adobe created CS6 a few years back, they included the
In last week's tutorial, we created some formally bad ass sophisticated hand addressed envelopes for your classiest of occasions. In this week's tutorial, we're going in the opposite direction with
There's nothing quite like receiving a beautifully hand addressed snail mailed card, note or correspondence. There's also nothing quite like creating that very same mailbox surprise for someone else.
Happy New Year’s Eve, everyone!
I know it’s so cliche, but can you believe it’s almost 2016?! It seems like just yesterday that we were ringing in 2015 with champagne toasts
In my last Skillshare class, I was asked how I add the 'bounciness' to letterforms as I'm drawing them out. I do this a lot with my non traditional calligraphy
One of my favorite things is taking a doodle and reimagining it digitally. If you've been here before, you know that's true! One thing I find myself doing a lot with my
One week to go! I'm so excited (and counting down the days) to see my sister a week from today, who Spence and I will be celebrating with. Since we're