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Be creative. Illuminated "B'. Newsletter from Zentangle, 1-19-2014

News from Zentangle

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Art Nouveau Alphabet ~ This may be from Judy Balchin's' book - 1 of 3

Art Nouveau Alphabet ~ This may be from Judy Balchin's' book - 2 of 3

Art Nouveau Alphabet ~ This may be from Judy Balchin's' book - 3 of 3

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Dribbble - Beginning by Philip Eggleston

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Dribbble - Home by Philip Eggleston

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Dribbble - The Letter A by Philip Eggleston

Dribbble - The Letter A by Philip Eggleston

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Each letter is unique, paired with a bird whose name begins with the letter (of course all lettered and illustrated by j.hische). Printed on Crane's Lettra 110lb in a green. The color varies slightly between prints as the ink was mixed on press). 16x24in.

Can't go wrong with Jessica Hische – I had to buy this one, and it's a glorious letterpress. Now just have to get it framed!

Jessica Hische — Viney Alphabet

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Doodle font! whimsical!

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CALLIGRAPHIE - le Tire-Ligne

F. "[T]his lovely engraved oblong folio [is] one of the most delightful 18th century alphabets in the high rococo style. Reflecting the style of the early 18th century engraver, Giambattista Betti, the design of each splendid plate features an elegant cursive capital form of one of the two dozen letters of the 18th century alphabet (there were 24 letters, rather than 26, because i and j were the same letter, and because there was no w). The capitals are elaborated with scrolls and flourish...

BibliOdyssey: Ornamental Typography

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"[T]his lovely engraved oblong folio [is] one of the most delightful 18th century alphabets in the high rococo style. Reflecting the style of the early 18th century engraver, Giambattista Betti, the design of each splendid plate features an elegant cursive capital form of one of the two dozen letters of the 18th century alphabet (there were 24 letters, rather than 26, because i and j were the same letter, and because there was no w). The capitals are elaborated with scrolls and flourishes ...

BibliOdyssey: Ornamental Typography

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