Halloween Products 2021
Calligraphy and Lettering Blog
by PIA Sarah
2y ago
It's the spookiest time of year, and we're hear to help you get into the Halloween spirit! We sifted through our nibs, markers, papers, and tools to find the most creepy, eerie, ominous products for your Halloween calligraphy, painting, illustration and more ..read more
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Calligraphic Drawing by Schin Loong
Calligraphy and Lettering Blog
by PIA Sarah
2y ago
om Ringling College of Art & Design, and she often incorporates artistic and playful techniques into her calligraphic work. Loong teaches workshops on Spencerian, Madarasz script, floral envelope painting, and calligraphic drawing provides calligraphy services through Open Ink Stand Studio. Her hobbies are, in her words, “playing with my dog Wuffles, practicing piano, yoga, and collecting pointed pen nibs. God I have so many nibs.”  ..read more
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Monetizing Your Calligraphy with @taylor_design_studio
Calligraphy and Lettering Blog
by PIA Sarah
2y ago
Hi All! My name is Sophie Taylor and I am the artist behind @taylor_design_studio. I'm a long time fan of @paperandinkarts, so it's a treat to be writing this blog post. I thought I'd take a moment to introduce myself for those who might not know me. I'm a California native and live on top of a mountain in the middle of nowhere. I've been a crafter for as long as I can remember, but when I took my first lettering course back in 2018, it changed my life forever. I started out with brush lettering then quickly learned about the marvelous world of dip pen calligraphy and that's how I came to offe ..read more
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IAMPETH 2021 Favorites
Calligraphy and Lettering Blog
by PIA Sarah
2y ago
2021's IAMPETH Conference was held in Omaha, Nebraska, and it was such a blast! From the gorgeous hotel to the delicious pizza place right around the corner, we loved spending time in a new city. IAMPETH participants enjoyed their week of classes, the Artisan Marketplace, Silent Auction, and our weekly giveaways. We were delighted to be able to provide everyone with access to an on-site store, full of class supplies and calligraphy goodies. There were definitely some stand-out favorite products this year, and we're here to tell you all about them. These products were so well-loved by IAMPETH ..read more
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Ruling and Folded Pens with leslie from @olovey1
Calligraphy and Lettering Blog
by PIA Sarah
2y ago
Hello! I’m Leslie -- @olovely1 -- and I’m thrilled and honored to be blogging for Paper & Ink Arts. I will be mainly demonstrating folded pens and various products I own that Paper & Ink carries. I hope you enjoy my posts! (Be sure to check out my page as well, as I'll be showing other photos and product info ..read more
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Calligraphy Engraving with Rachna Takawale from @artbyrachna
Calligraphy and Lettering Blog
by PIA Sarah
3y ago
Hello everyone! I’m Rachna Takawale (aka @artbyrachna). I’m so excited to talk about all things Engraving and I’ll also be taking you through a few supplies I can’t live without! I like to call them the dark horses of calligraphy (we will talk about that later in the week). But first, let me introduce myself to those who don’t know me. I started my calligraphy journey sometime in 2015, when I was working in Advertising. But since I was a kid, I always knew I wanted to be a Fine Artist. My mum pushed me to try every kind of art during my summer vacations since I was 8. One summer I did get less ..read more
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Crowquill nibs
Calligraphy and Lettering Blog
by PIA Sarah
3y ago
Some of you may have never heard of a crowquill nib. Some of you may have seen these tubular pens before, but never used them. Others may already have a favorite crowquill in their collection. Crowquill nibs have a distinct cylindrical shape that actually pre-dates the slip nib shape (e.g. Nikko G, Gillott 303) most calligraphers are more familiar with these days. Originally designed for craftsmen and lithographers, crowquill nibs are typically some of the finest and most flexible nibs around. These superfine nibs are excellent for so many artistic techniques, including Spencerian and Copperpl ..read more
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Brause Rose Nib
Calligraphy and Lettering Blog
by PIA Sarah
3y ago
The beautiful Rose nib is manufactured by Brause, a German company founded in 1850 by Carl Bergfeld and brothers Friedrich, Wilhelm and Carl Brause. Brause has produced some of the highest quality supplies for calligraphers throughout their history, and continues to today ..read more
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Alcohol Inks with Kelly Zeller from @lookgoodonpaperco
Calligraphy and Lettering Blog
by PIA Sarah
3y ago
Hi friends! Kelly here from @lookgoodonpaperco! I’m going to walk you through how I create alcohol ink artwork and spot calligraphy to use in my wedding invitation designs! First thing’s first, what is alcohol ink? Alcohol ink is a super pigmented, alcohol-based ink. It dries REALLY fast and works best on non-porous surfaces, like tile, acrylic, metal, or yupo paper (a synthetic paper that feels like the back of a photo ..read more
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New PRODUCTS: SEPTEMBER
Calligraphy and Lettering Blog
by PIA Sarah
3y ago
Over the course of the last few months, we’ve added 100+ new products to our online store! From lining guides and brush markers to specialty papers and inks, our selection of new supplies is exciting––and overwhelming. That’s why we’re here to guide you through it! INKS AND PAINTS Deleter inks are specifically designed for comic art, but these high-quality inks are great for calligraphy and brush lettering too! A wide variety of black inks are available, each with different qualities that suit different skill levels and techniques. Deleter’s super opaque white inks have been used by comic arti ..read more
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