Wednesday, December 20, 2017
This is one of the cards I created for a Flourish Forum envelope exchange. It's an exchange with calligraphers from around the world. Can't wait to see what I receive!
Posted by Lisa Holtzman at 3:35 PM
Labels: calligraphy, christmas card, flourish forum, hand lettered, hand lettered holiday card, handmade, holiday card, lisa holtzman, Pointed pen calligraphy, script
Christmas Gift Bag
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
60th Anniversary Signage
Saturday, May 6, 2017
I hand lettered these oversized black cards in gold ink. The style is a more modern take on pointed pen calligraphy. The cards should look nice tucked into napkins at each guest's place setting.
Posted by Lisa Holtzman at 12:22 PM
Ritz-Carlton Holiday Card
Tova Glenn, of Brighten My Day in Atlanta, designed this holiday card for the Ritz-Carlton in Georgia. I had the pleasure of working with her to incorporate my calligraphy. This unique, circular card is deep eggplant with copper foil stamped lettering and a beveled copper edge.
Posted by Lisa Holtzman at 12:18 PM
Labels: Brighten my day, calligraphy, foil stamped, hand lettered holiday card, handlettered font, holiday card, ritz-carlton, tova glenn
Pointed Pen Menu
I received a request to handletter 15 menus for a client in San Francisco. Navy ink written with pointed pen.
Posted by Lisa Holtzman at 11:58 AM
Labels: calligraphy, hand lettered menu, hand lettering, handlettered font, pointed pen, Pointed pen calligraphy, pointed pen script
I recently had the opportunity to visit a plantation while I was on vacation in New Orleans. Whitney plantation is an historic landmark built by African Slaves. The Plantation pays homage to all the slaves that were there and elsewhere in the U.S.South. This photo is of an original slave quarter from the 1700's. and the amazing clay sculpture was done by Woodrow Nash. Nash did many sculptures of the slave children on the plantation.
Posted by Lisa Holtzman at 11:34 AM
Labels: Brush lettering, calligraphy, clay sculpture., handlettered, handlettered font, whitney plantation, woodrow nash
Posted by Lisa Holtzman at 10:48 AM
Labels: brush calligraphy, Brush lettering, calligraphy, calligraphy quote, Inspiration, Lin Manuel Miranda
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