I quick piece of lettering that I did to promote a pair of upcoming workshops I'm conducting this June in California and New York City. I roughed out the framework with a regular ol' No.2 pencil, then tightened it up. Next time I'll use a pigmented or grease pencil to avoid the hotspots.
You can find more info on the workshops here:
BTW, the notepad is part of some new stationery that House Industries will be rolling out in the near future.
about 1 year ago
beautiful work, sir.
Looks great! I love that "k".
Ken, that's really amazing!!! Looks like a silver silk-printing, so cool!
This was featured on www.typeverything.com
I want to go to there.
Disgustingly amazing. I'm disgusted and amazed at the same time (it's a good thing).
Wonderfully fluid. Now, will there be a notepad with graphics paper?? I'd do anything for a travel size notepad with graphics paper,
I'm very excited to see you live and in action!
Thanks for the supportive replies everyone.
@ Sergey: The "House" logo is actually printed in silver metallic ink. The sheen of the graphite just happens to serendipitously compliment it.
@ Dave: We will have some lined and gridded notepads, with small notebooks hopefully following.
@ Tiffany: No pressure, right. ;)
Beautiful lettering!! :)
maaaaaaan, that's totally killing the fishes.
I was talking to BK about this today. It would be killer if you printed it in silver & ever-so-slightly debossed in areas where the linework is more built up. I reckon it would sell!
Damn... you are so good! I thought about hitting up that California Workshop... I didn't know you were going to be up at Cooper too, I might have to take a trip home to the NE.
Thanks James. The content of the workshops is different, but you can rest assured that each will include loads of time spent making letters. :)
Kristopher, I believe the politically correct term for 'hobo' is 'migratory laborer'. Haha.
Kris, cough up the NZDs and let's do it!
I’m sure Typecamp & Cooper will love to sponsor a spot of printing. The inside doesn't have to be fancy, I see lots of foundries using newsprint for the insides ;-)
Hey, you know how many trees have to die to print a few thousand catalogs?! Paper ain't cheap! Ha.
Gorgeous, Ken! I dream of being able to attend TypeCamp with you someday.
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