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Ewan Clayton demonstrates how to cut a goose quill for writing. This is a quick demonstration from one of many public workshops at the Type@Cooper Program (June 8, 2013).

Cutting Quills by Type Ewan Clayton demonstrates how to cut a goose quill for writing. This is a quick demonstration from one of many public workshops at the Type Program (June

MASTERPIECE CLASSIC "Emma" - Jane Austen's Letters - PBS

MASTERPIECE CLASSIC "Emma" - Jane Austen's Letters - PBS

Yes, Calligraphy can be Both Traditional and Modern

Yes, Calligraphy can be Both Traditional and Modern

Rhythm in Calligraphy - YouTube

An introduction to rhythm for calligraphers by Denis Brown. Sample from the online calligraphy masterclass, "Italic Rhythm to Polyrhythmic Calligraphy: Expan.

Louis Lemoine....the word 'magic' calligraphed 101 different ways using either a brush, pen, marker or pencil.

My Awesome dad, Louis Lemoine, and the word 'magic' calligraphed 101 different ways using either a brush, pen, marker or pencil.

Calligraphy and Fine Art by Denis Brown

Calligraphy Workshop with Denis Brown

Alphabet Coup: PW Talks with Ewan Clayton

'The Golden Thread' by Ewan Clayton (N. The American edition has a different cover)

Journal of the Folk-Song Society - Folk-Song Society (Great Britain) - Google Books

Journal of the Folk-Song Society - Folk-Song Society (Great Britain) - Google Books

An excellent article on The Bliaut throughout 12th Century Europe. Lots of references.

An excellent article on The Bliaut throughout Century Europe. Note cutout sleeves in this Italian bliaut.

Letters:      Just playing around with little gouache and m...

Just playing around with little gouache and metallic pencil.

Rhythm in Calligraphy - YouTube

An introduction to rhythm for calligraphers by Denis Brown. Sample from the online calligraphy masterclass, "Italic Rhythm to Polyrhythmic Calligraphy: Expan.

The Digital Scriptorium is a growing image database of medieval and renaissance manuscripts that unites scattered resources from many institutions into an international tool for teaching and scholarly research. It bridges the gap between a diverse user community and the limited resources of libraries by means of sample imaging and extensive rather than intensive cataloguing / Photo : Gregorio Dati (1363-1436) or Leonardo Dati (1360-1425) - Manuscript, Italy (c. 1400) / right click

The Digital Scriptorium is a growing image database of medieval and renaissance manuscripts that unites scattered resources from many institutions into an international tool for teaching and scholarly research.

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