Vintage lettering

Explore vintage lettering ideas to add a nostalgic touch to your designs. Discover unique fonts and techniques to create stunning vintage-inspired lettering that will captivate your audience.
Penmanship Alphabet 1800's school primer -This is the style of penmanship my grandmother used. She was born in 1890.  KnickofTime.net Cursive Alphabet, Cursive, Cursive Handwriting, Alphabet, Lettering Alphabet, Lettering Fonts, Calligraphy Alphabet, Lettering, Calligraphy Letters

I warned you a few days ago that I'm a slow learner, and all the troubles I had with my bakery sign didn't teach me my lesson not to choose elaborate fonts to cut out on vinyl with my Silhouette machine. I truly expected this project to be a failure and probably be a total waste of time, but I felt compelled to try it anyway. Here's why. I bought an adorable 1895 school primer. It is filled with some

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Jean Conlin
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Best vintage fonts with unique vintage taste and rough vintage style. Free vintage fonts can make your logotype become more interesting. Best Vintage font with special alternative glyphs, and multilingual support. inspired by the decorative arts and architecture movement. Rough vintage fonts are useful to create vintage logotypes, badges, labels, apparel design and quotes. Fonts are comes with upper and lowercase characters, large set of punctuation glyphs and numerals. In this collection…

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Caroline KAPLAN
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I once found a set of Speedball pen nibs as a kid. I was familiar with conventional pen and ink usage, but had never seen nibs like this before. It wasn’t until taking a calligraphy course in college (with Professor Don Anderson, author of “The Art Of Written Forms”) that I ran across them again and had a chance to try them out. The times have evolved a lot since then and so much of the calligraphic art is becoming lost to digital convenience, but leafing through some vintage

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Glenna Ryer