The man who used to be one of the best calligrafists in the world is calling it quits after 14 years.
In a video that was shared on Facebook by his former teacher, Peter Schulz, the 62-year-old former teacher from the famous calligraphy school at the University of Cologne, Germany, is seen telling his story.
In the video, Schulz speaks about the pain he experienced after his teacher passed away in the summer of 2016, and what it has been like for him to go back to the profession he loves.
Read more”I’m not in a position to say, ‘I’m a great teacher, I did all the calls, I taught my students all the texts, I was a great coach and teacher’, but I have to say it’s been an amazing life,” Schulz says in the video.
Schulz was born in 1972 in Tübingen, Germany.
After graduating from the University Of Cologne, he went on to study at the Calligraphers Institute of the Arts (CIA).
His profession was then in the midst of a transformation, when he joined the calligraphic school as a full-time teacher.
“My first year I had to deal with the crisis that I felt that I would never be able to teach a new class of calligraphists.
I didn’t know what was going to happen, I didn.
So it was very hard.
It was very stressful.
I started to work with a lot of new students and then I had a very strong feeling that I was going the wrong way.
I could see that it was not going to work out.
And so I started thinking about my own life and about what I wanted to do with my life,” he said.
Read less”I was not able to find a solution.
And I had no idea what to do, and I was just completely confused, I couldn’t find my way,” he continued.
“I started to get a lot more help from the art school, which I really enjoyed.
But the next year I left.
I wanted the life to change.”
Schulz is now studying at the Technical School of the Technical University of Vienna.
He is currently pursuing a masters degree in the field of calligrama.
He said that after his departure from the calligraphical school, he didn’t think about calling himself a calligram.
“I started the calliagrapher business when I was still a student.
I was always a student, I had always been a student of calliags.
But I was not a student anymore, so I didn�t really have any intention of calling myself a calliaguar,” he explained.
He said he is now in a good place with his career and that he is happy with his current position.
“It’s a good job.
It�s a very good job,” he added.
“The most important thing is that I have the opportunity to continue to do what I love, which is calligraphies.
I have a lot to enjoy.
I don�t have any regrets.”
Schulz will be remembered for his amazing calligraphs.
In the video that he posted on Facebook, he speaks about his experience in the call-igraphy field and how it has changed his life.
The video has since been shared more than 100,000 times.
Schulzes first calligraphics teacher in the late 1970s was the renowned Erwin Schulz.
The calligragist from Frankfurt, Germany worked at the CIA as a tutor for over a decade, and in the 1990s was elected to the Calligraphy Hall of Fame.
He continued teaching in the early 2000s at the callicraphers institute.
Schull was known for his exceptional skills in calligraphry.
His most well-known work is the original calligraphic edition of his classic book The Life and Times of Erwin Zündel.
Schuler also served as a calligraphist in the film The Life of Erlenmeyer and is known for the use of hand-drawn drawings in the movie.
Schüls new calligrams work has also been well-received by calligagraphers around the world.
He is currently one of several calligrists to have won the prestigious Award for the Most Prominent Professional Calligraphist in 2018.