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The Difference between Calligraphy, Lettering and Type

Many a times people mix up the terms calligraphy, lettering, and type, thinking them to be interchangeable. They are often thought to be three different ways of saying the same thing. However, these differences between the three are huge and also very important to know, if you plan to have a serious career in either. This article will highlight the differences between the three. Continue Reading →


5 Mistakes That Kill the Beauty of Calligraphy

Often, when people who are just starting out with calligraphy ask for tips from pros. They are told that they should practice as much as they can to become an expert calligrapher. While this is true, what this advice lacks is to teach the newbies the right way to practice.

Indeed, practice makes a man perfect, but it is only the right practice that makes a man perfect most efficiently. If you are just starting out in calligraphy or hiring a service to do it for you, make sure that you or they avoid the mistakes that brutally kill the splendour of a great calligraphy. Continue Reading →


5 Highly-Inspiring 3D Calligraphy Designs

Calligraphy is one of those beautiful things that humans learn and leave each other in awe with it. It is always fascinating to watch someone write with those swirling motions of writing utensils and produce beautiful letterings. It leaves one amazed!

Calligraphy is not only interesting to watch, it brings about a relief inside the person, an inexplicable relief after watching beautiful words. Though, the satisfaction increases when it becomes 3D. Since 3D is the trend these days, so why not bring it in calligraphy as well. Continue Reading →


Office and Home Décor Calligraphy – Art Meets Elegance

Calligraphy is an ancient art that reflects elegance, patience as well as sophistication. It has been around for thousands of years in that not only the Chinese have been practicing this art for ages, the Arab community has also been dedicatedly involved in it for years. It is an art not easily be learned through talent alone, but requires years of commitment and practice.

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