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LR29-1. Letter Arts Review Vol.29, No.1: 2014 Annual LR29-1. Letter Arts Review Vol.29, No.1.
2014 Annual Review Issue filled with the best of calligraphic art, with many works by over 50 lettering artists from North America, Japan, Germany, United Kingdom, and Belgium.
LR28-4. Letter Arts Review Vol.28, No.4 LR28-4. Letter Arts Review Vol.28, No.4
The editors’s letter: Copyright and the calligrapher Cover artist: Susie Leiper Consider the exemplar By Christopher Calderhead Sabah Arbilli By Elinor Holland Poetry by post: An experiment in literature and life By Laura Capp
LR28-3. Letter Arts Review Vol.28, No.3 LR28-3. Letter Arts Review Vol.28, No.3
The editors’s letter: Dead trees Cover artist: Minako Sando Briefly noted:
A piece by Sayaka Yoneya Litterae: A Latin Project By Yves Leterme Artist & artisan by Adam Paul Heller Karlgeorg Hoefer and his legacy by Dieter Benno Aumann
LR28-2. Letter Arts Review Vol.28, No.2: 2013 Annual LR28-2. Letter Arts Review Vol.28, No.2
The 2013 Annual Review Issue is filled with the the best of calligraphic art, all in full-color, with approximately 65 works from 50 or so lettering artists from around the world. Purchase an issue to savory and to inspire you. The issue is always a treasure of calligraphic art.
LR28-1. Letter Arts Review Vol.28, No.1 Letter Arts Review Vol. 28, No. 1
The editors’s letter: The tool and the script Cover artist: Silvia Cordero Vega Tarek Benaoum: calli-graff
by Baptiste Goutté America's script: Interview with Michael Sull
by Robin Sutton Anders At work in Beijing: Interview with Denis Brown
by Holly Cohen Opera moments
by Christopher Calderhead
LR27-4. Letter Arts Review Vol.27, No.4 Letter Arts Review Vol. 27, No. 4
The editors’s letter: The beauty of the graveyard Cover artist: Brody Neuenschwander Briefly noted: A new inscription at Yale University
by Nicholas Benson Nakha chitra: Fingernail Art
by Holly Cohen A disappearing act
by Robin Sutton Anders Vitaly Shapovalov
Interview by Christopher Calderhead, Translation by Marija Zutic Figures of Speech: A journal of Sacred Geometry
by Ann Hechle
LR27-3. Letter Arts Review Vol.27, No.3 Letter Arts Review Vol. 27, No. 3
The editor's letter: The roots of our alphabet Conversation: Alexandra Huddleston on the threatened heritage of Timbuktu
by Christopher Calderhead cover story Europa Scriptorium: Eight calligraphers, one author, his writings, and an exhibition
by Margaret Morgan Jenny Groat - calligrapher, painter, teacher, dancer - a remembrance
by Mike Gold A family of Mounters
by Christine Flint Sato Creating a new typeface: Hummingbird
by Laura Worthington Exhibition Review: Power and ceremony in medieval manuscripts
by Christopher Calderhead
LR27-2. Letter Arts Review Vol.27, No.2: 2012 Annual Letter Arts Review, Vol. 27, No. 2
2012 Annual Review Issue filled with the best of calligraphic art, all in full-color, with 61 works by over 50 lettering artists from North America, Europe, Africa, and Asia (plus one from New Zealand).
LR27-1. Letter Arts Review Vol.27, No.1 Letter Arts Review Vol. 27, No. 1
The editor's letter: Books on my desk cover story Georgina Artigas (1918-2012) Cui Fei
by Christopher Calderhead The Thousand Prayer Project
by Larry Thomas The dancer from the dance: thoughts provoked by a visit to Calligraphy Northwest
by Lawrence Wheeler
LR26-4. Letter Arts Review Vol.26, No.4 Letter Arts Review Vol.26, No.4
The Greeting Card Issue
The selection is a delightful variety of personal cards and ones designed for greeting card companies; of one-off handmade cards and cards printed offset or inkjet; of ones using intricate folds and cards of elegant letters. It is a splendor of letters and flourishes, illustration and word image. Over 100 cards created by scribes from around the world. Full-color throughout.