Free Print-at-Home March 2016 Calendar

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As promised, here’s the free minimal March 2016 lettering calendar for you to print at home (or at the office). Same as last month, it’s set up as an A4 PDF and it features the UK holidays. It looks great on a clipboard, or you could simply use a hole punch and hang it using a simple string. Get creative. + Continue Reading

Free Print-at-Home February 2016 Calendar

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I’ve designed a minimal typography/lettering calendar that you can print at home and hang up with a clipboard, clip or a hole punch & string. Since I’m late to the game, the first one is for February 2016. Rather than keep it to myself I’ve decided to share it for free with all of you. Simply download the file and print it at home (or work). + Continue Reading

Hand Lettered (Anti) Christmas Card Available Now

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Looking for Christmas cards, but you don’t want those cheesy ones you get in the store? Look no further! I’ve hand lettered 5 different quotes and made them into (Anti) Christmas greeting cards. They range from mildly offensive to full on NSFW.  There’s no minimum order and they even come with their envelopes. Head on over to my Redbubble shop to get yours!  + Continue Reading

Sound of the Wild: T-Shirts and Jumpers

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Over the past year I’ve taken a step back from the blogging world and have been focusing a lot on my typography skills instead. The community on Instagram has been instrumental in pushing me forward. It also gave me the fantastic opportunity to collaborate with The Level Collective on my latest apparel design: Sound of the Wild. + Continue Reading

50 Reasons to be Creative

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I’m stoked to announce that I’ve teamed up with Reasons to be Creative to give you £50 off your ticket.

Reasons to be Creative is a 3-day design conference in Brighton, UK taking place from 1st – 3rd September, 2014. If you are a designer, developer, coder, manager, game developer, artist, animator or a newbie, then you should not miss this event! This is your chance to see over 35+ of the best minds in art, design and code, delivering 3 full days of awe-inspiring sessions, plus workshops that will give you in-depth training from the worlds best speakers! Check out the full lineup here. + Continue Reading

Free Typography Wallpapers for iPhone & Android

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It’s been awfully quiet on the blog and it’s time to finally break the silence. I’m pleased to release my first set of iPhone and Android typography wallpapers of 2014. Those of you who have been following me on Instagram know that I’ve gotten in hand-lettering over the past couple of months. These wallpapers are a snapshot of what I’ve been up to lately and feature some of my favourite typography quotes. All photographs are ming and were taken during an road trip from Denver, CO to Seattle, WA in 2012.  + Continue Reading

FYI Monday: Beautiful Typography Designs by André Beato

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This post is part of the For Your Inspiration Monday series showcasing the most inspiring designs out there. Each week a new artist or design style will be presented in order to get your creative juices flowing for the upcoming week. I hope you enjoy the series.

André Beato is a Portuguese graphic designer and illustrator currently based in London. He specialises in vector based graphics and illustrated typography. The subtle use of textures and bold colour schemes really make the lettering come to life. For more inspiration make sure to visit andrebeato.com. + Continue Reading

FYI Monday: Quirky Typography Illustrations by Stephanie Baxter

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This post is part of the For Your Inspiration Monday series showcasing the most inspiring designs out there. Each week a new artist or design style will be presented in order to get your creative juices flowing for the upcoming week. I hope you enjoy the series.

Stephanie Baxter is a freelance illustrator based in Leeds, UK. She specialises in typography and lettering, with all of her illustrations have a quirky nature to them. I’m seriously digging this! For more inspiration visit www.stephsayshello.co.uk. + Continue Reading