Remember when they taught penmanship in school? Today with texting and everything digital it feels good to receive something hand written in the mail. As an illustrator I'm fond of hand lettering and calligraphy—especially the sweet artwork by Lindsay Sherbondy at Lindsay Letters. If you are interested in the process she uses to create her lovely lettering, you can find out all about her here. Of course if you want to buy something she created, go to her shop here. The super exciting part is Lindsay will be launching her NEW shop soon—check her tweets at @lindsay_letters for updates on the launch.
Imagine having Lindsay address your wedding invites. I've included samples of her handiwork below. Although it is tempting to call her up right now for custom lettering, you'll have to wait a bit to due to her new shop launch—she is "not going to be taking any completely custom work, envelope addressing, or non-editorial hand lettering inquiries until after the holidays."
Lovely lettering on an envelope is my fave.
Are you getting ready for the holidays already? I am—and I have holiday music on my iPad playing right now!!! I think I need to get the O Holy Night artwork Lindsay created. You can get the sweet O Holy Night canvas print by Lindsay here.
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