Designer of the Week Ian Barnard has a passion for typography & lettering, and it shows in all his creations. Read on for hand-lettering inspiration!
Paul Shaw breaks down the crucial differences between handlettering and typography.
Last year, we recruited Paul Shaw and Jessica Hische and launched an all-new competition: Print's Typography & Lettering Awards. Now, it's back!
Steven Heller takes a look at the beautiful show card lettering of an unknown French student.
Whether you're a newcomer to the world of hand lettering or you're an old pro, you'll love the resources in the Perfect Pen Hand Lettering Kit.
These five handlettering artists are forging new ground in the lettering category using a variety of materials and techniques to achieve stunning results.
As we approach our 75th year, we’re launching an all-new competition: Print’s Typography and Lettering Awards, with judges Paul Shaw and Jessica Hische.
Announcing Print’s all-new Typography & Lettering Awards! Whether you design your own typefaces, design type-centric pieces or create fascinating handlettered projects, we want to see your work. This ornate, limited edition engraved print was commissioned by Neenah as part of its Beauty of Engraving series. The poster was designed by recent New Visual Artist...
Michael Doret (of Alphabet Soup in L.A.), one of my favorite lettering artists and typeface designers, has been working on a new font that he says is in the spirit of black letter.
In an effort to pull students away from the confines of a screen, they were tasked to design a poster for a play by Shakespeare by hand and also by computer. These were critiqued in a side-by- side comparison of the two efforts.