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The Anatomy of an Alphabet: Hand Lettering Workshop for Beginners

Next Workshop: Saturday, September 14th, 2019, 1:00-4pm 
Place: Gotamago Studio-Shop
Cost: $55; please purchase tickets via Eventbrite
Maximum participants: 10

The Anatomy of an Alphabet: Hand Lettering Workshop for Beginners

Have you ever been scrolling through Instagram, and came across a beautifully hand lettered piece that made you want to learn how to illustrate beautiful letters yourself? We’ve got you. Join us for The Anatomy of an Alphabet: Hand Lettering Workshop for Beginners!

Lettering artist Lauren Kenney has created a 3 hour class for beginners that will cover how to create a hand lettered phrase from concept through to a final inked design, transforming handwriting into artful drawings.

The Anatomy of an Alphabet: Hand Lettering Workshop for Beginners

What to bring:

A hand lettering kit is included in the price of the workshop. The kit includes an instruction book, a selection of papers, and the writing tools needed. No prior skills or experience is necessary.


The pencils have been sharpened. Let’s get lettering!

**In an effort to make the space comfortable for everyone, please avoid the use of perfumes and fragrances. 

Bonus: on the day of the workshop, participants will get 10% off all regularly-priced merchandise in our studio-shop.

The Anatomy of an Alphabet: Hand Lettering Workshop for Beginners

What is hand lettering?

Hand lettering is basically illustrating letters. With hand lettering, each letter is carefully thought out and considered within the greater composition.­ It’s different from calligraphy, where basic strokes are used to form letters and words. When creating a hand lettered composition, we use the elements of design to create an impactful composition that tells a story. 

The Anatomy of an Alphabet: Hand Lettering Workshop for Beginners

More about the instructor: 
Lauren Kenney

Lauren Kenney is a hand letterer and designer.  She mainly works with branding and making pretty things with both companies and individuals. Always drawing, Lauren has been hand lettering since childhood, but learned a name for it about 5 years ago.

 


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