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Dedicated to excellence in graphic design and the promotion of typography,
calligraphy, and the lettering arts
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- Atelier Leonhardt: Calligrapher,
bookartist and author. Many examples of works in modern and traditional
calligraphy & lettering. Site in German.
- Blooming Quill: Hand calligraphy
for all occasions.
Writing Art for Greeting Cards, Letters, and More
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- Calligraphy Centre:
A group of artisans working in, promoting & teaching the lettering
arts, calligraphy, book arts & design in North Carolina.
- Cecilia Lettering Arts:
Calligraphy, lettering art, and artists books.
- Chicago Calligraphy Collective
- Chinese Calligraphy from
Char4U Designs: Personalized Chinese calligraphy handwritten by
- County Scroll / Everyday Book:
An example of the illumination, calligraphy, and book makeing skill
of Aengus MacBain.
- Cream City Calligraphers:
Milwaukee, WI based group. Offers workshops, and members exhibitions.
- Friends of Calligraphy:
Northern California based group which continues to motivate the delivery
of excellent workshops, lectures and study groups.
- Script-Sign: The calligraphy
of Michel D’Anastasio.
- The Society of Scribes
- Washington Calligraphers
Guild: the Washington Calligraphers Guild is an organization of
approximately 500 lettering artists of all skill levels, from professional
scribes to enthusiastic beginners and even some non-calligraphers who
appreciate the lettering and book arts.