Archive for the ‘Lettering’ Category
Quilling is a technique involving rolled, shaped and glued strips of paper. During the Renaissance monks and nuns embellished book covers with quilled images. Artists today are taking the art form to new levels, such as this delightful piece by Erin Casner. Casner’s work combines a joy for color and texture with typography.
Russian artist Yulia Brodskaya‘s is known for her intricate paper-based designs. Her clients have
included Neiman-Marcus and Starbucks. When not working on quilled illustrations for clients,
she creates artworks such as the one above titles “Babushka.” This detail of her art shows how
intricate quilling can be
Interested in trying quilling yourself? Here are some resources to get you started:
Post by Clio.
I had the utmost pleasure of hearing British illustrator and designer Kate Moross speak last weekend at the Offset Design Conference in Dublin.
At just 27 years old Moross blew the crowd away with her witty banter, unbelievable charm and incredible work. Never taking herself or her work too seriously Moross gave the crowd advice on fear (ignore it), the creative ‘wall’ (it doesn’t exist) and following one’s desires (always, always).
Kate Moross is unbelievably cool and mature and you’ll want to hop on twitter right away and follow her. Be sure to check out her website too for more beautifully illustrated type work and video work and design work and branding and clothing and shoes and and and…is there anything this girl can’t do?
My daughter is just starting to be able to sound out words, so I’m hyper-aware of alphabets these days. Especially ones that have fun typography. I thought these alphabet posters were top-notch.