Why ‘calligraphy’ isn’t a religion, but a science

What makes calligraphy unique?Why is it not a religion?And why is it so important?Calligraphy, or calligraffiti, is a medium for communicating information using different materials, which is usually ink, watercolor, and paper.The term itself was coined by the Portuguese writer Antonio de Oliveira in 1697, but it wasn’t until the late 19th century that it […]

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Which of the following calligraphy styles are the most popular?

We’ve been looking at how people read calligraphies since at least the 1950s, and we have some pretty clear results.The calligraphers we surveyed used the same styles for their calligraphs, whether they were traditional, contemporary, and contemporary calligraphing.Modern calligraphists have also become increasingly popular, and the trend is not slowing down.But while most of the […]

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