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Ivan Castro. Calligraphic interpretation of a quotation by Rudolf Koch. Cola and metallic pens, walnut and sumi ink. Ingres paper. 34,8 x 55,5 cm.

Calligraphic interpretation of a quotation by Rudolf Koch. Cola and metallic pens, walnut and sumi ink. Disclaimer: Since it's done on a reused paper, it presents some wrinkles, as seen on pictures, and it's written on the back.

I currently run Neuland calligraphy workshops in Melbourne. These below are my ongoing personal calligraphy pieces of 2016. “The making of letters in every form is for me the purest and greatest pleasure” Remembering Rudolf Koch (20 November 1876 – 9 April 1934). Neuland calligraphy using a bamboo pen, walnut ink and liquid watercolours. April …

I currently run Neuland calligraphy workshops in Melbourne. These below are my ongoing personal calligraphy pieces of 2016. “The making of letters in every form is for me the purest and greatest pleasure” Remembering Rudolf Koch (20 November 1876 – 9 April 1934). Neuland calligraphy using a bamboo pen, walnut ink and liquid watercolours. April …

What's Broken Between Us by Joan Quirós / cola pen

What's Broken Between Us

I love how "dirty" a lot of these iterations look. The ink splatter, purposely but not all at once. I think it might be a little too "swirlie" in some spots than for my liking, however.

Julien Chazal

Type design information compiled and maintained by Luc Devroye.

I currently run Neuland calligraphy workshops in Melbourne. These below are my ongoing personal calligraphy pieces of 2016. “The making of letters in every form is for me the purest and greatest pleasure” Rudolf Kock. Bamboo pen with walnut ink and liquid watercolours. “I am shitting my pants, I shit you not” Bambo pen and …

Post number “Honey, I know you like to think your shit don’t stink” is about my non-romantic approach to the commercialised St. Neuland calligraphy using a bamboo pen, walnut ink and liquid watercolours.

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