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LR31-4. Letter Arts Review Vol.31, No.4 LR31-4. Letter Arts Review Vol.31, No.4
Editor’s letter: Vessels Cover artist: Ewan Clayton Bringing the inside out:a conversation with Sigrid Artman By Holly Cohen On teaching calligraphy and lettering to designers By Christopher Calderhead Photo essay: Christiania By Holly Cohen
LR31-3. Letter Arts Review Vol.31, No.3 LR31-3. Letter Arts Review Vol.31, No.3
Editor’s letter Briefly noted: A quilt by Viviana Lombrozo By the artist 26 of 26 By Susan Skarsgard Opening the toolbox With contributions from
Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord
LR31-2. Letter Arts Review Vol.31, No.2 LR31-2. Letter Arts Review Vol.31, No.2
Editor's letter: Cultures and crossroads Cover artist: Lynne Yun By the artist Reading the future By Lieve Cornil Two lettering artists in conversation By John Neilson and Gareth Colgan A visit to Letterform Archive By Christine Colasurdo
LR30-4. Letter Arts Review Vol.30, No.4 LR30-4. Letter Arts Review Vol.30, No.4.
Editor’s letter: Write me a letter Cover artist: Marika Koskimäki-Ketelä Briefly noted: Playing with our perceptions by Clark Kellogg Rome By Sue Hufton with Hazel Dolby The world of Peter Furlonger by Tamzin Mackie A conversation with Gary Breeze by Edward Wates
LR30-3. Letter Arts Review Vol.30, No.3 LR30-3. Letter Arts Review Vol.30, No.3
Editor’s letter: Writing and notation Letter culture: The enduring legacy of Lloyd Reynolds by Jerry Kelly Body/Text: Reflections of figuration and lettering by Christopher Calderhead Hybrid calligraphy by Roland Buckingham-Hsiao Manual Calligraphicum:A Tribute to Hermann Zapf by Steven K. Galbraith