Posts Tagged: calligraphy

Review: Artline Stix

I like to think I don’t get drawn in by things like this too often but I saw a facebook video a few weeks ago, which I think was this one, showing someone using Artline Stix and promptly ordered a few from Tiger Pens. I didn’t want to buy a big pack so I just got… Read more »

Book Review: Nib & Ink

A couple of weekends ago, I managed to actually sit down for two afternoons in a row and work my way through Nib & Ink, Chiara Perano’s modern calligraphy book. You may have seen Chiara’s work before through her company, Lamplighter London. I should preface this review by saying using the book wasn’t my introduction to… Read more »

A curious pen…

Last month’s Moustache Stationery box was on the theme of sustainability, and within it was one really interesting item: a bamboo calligraphy pen, the likes of which I’ve never seen before. Apologies, these photos aren’t up to my normal standards but this was un unplanned shoot! I was just sitting at my desk looking through… Read more »

Meticulous Ink Hand Lettering Workshop @ Snowden Flood

London Design Festival slightly passed me by this year. It’s a real shame as there’s usually so many incredible and inspiring things to see, and so much stationery! Unfortunately it coincided with a really busy work week for me so I didn’t get to go along to any of the shows. I did however manage… Read more »

Betty & Walter Pencil Cases

I love these pencil cases from Betty & Walter. They come in various shapes and sizes, and I styled some of my favourites up with stationery: The Strawberry Jam Pouch (that’s the shape) in Party Rain British Cloud (that’s the pattern – and let me tell you it couldn’t be more relevant to what’s going… Read more »

Quill London & Lamplighter London Calligraphy Workshop

Continuing on my quest to improve my handwriting and get more confident with it, I went along to another calligraphy workshop, this time with Quill London and Lamplighter London. I’d actually booked to do this a while ago, before I was invited to the Betty Etiquette workshop. They turned out to be a week apart… Read more »