If you’re interested in learning how to draw calligraphy, you’re in luck.
Calligraphists have taught us the art of calligraphing since ancient times, and now the book that has been a staple of the calligraphic arts for more than a millennium is being updated and expanded.
Calligrapher Michael P. B. Breen and his son, Michael D. Brenner, created the Calligraphical Companion to the Modern Art of the Art, an interactive book that explains the art and the history of calligraffiti, and is now available at your local library or at your favorite bookstore.
The book is a companion to the highly acclaimed Modern Calligraphies, which were published in the early 1990s and are considered to be among the finest of the 20th century.
The new edition of the Calligraphic Companion takes into account the latest advances in calligraphical technology, including digital printing, color, and holographic displays.
The calligraphy and calligralic elements have been rendered in an immersive visual format that can be used as a reference work for both students and professional calligrists.
The book also introduces new styles of call-igraphy and provides practical tips and suggestions for aspiring calligriphers.
You’ll find detailed information on the history and development of the art, including how to find the best calligrams and what makes a good calligram.
You’ll also learn about the art’s importance in popular culture, including what makes great posters, prints, and posters for use in film, theater, and TV, as well as how calligras have influenced modern music, fashion, art, architecture, and more.
And you’ll find a list of the most important calligricultural and historic calligraphics in the world, from the earliest calligrics to the most recent.
You can purchase the book at any bookseller in the U.S. and at Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.
The paperback version is $12.95, while the hardcover is $25.
The companion app for iOS and Android phones and tablets is also available.