If I Made is excited to be partnering with Ali Makes Things on a brand new instructional class on Brush Lettering. Ali’s lettering has been the visual voice for everything from social justice causes and start-ups, to music festivals and apparel. She’s done work for the Pope, popular bands, and awesome brands like Shutterfly, Kohler, and American Greetings. In 2014, she launched an idea for a fun mail subscription– basically, Birchbox for art prints and paper goods. She likes making things, but more than that, loves connecting people and purpose by making things that make a difference.
Ali will take us from the early stages of lettering inspiration and walk us step-by-step through lettering your very own quote: from sketching it out, to digitizing it for print and screen! If you’ve thought about venturing into lettering but don’t know where to start, this is the perfect class for you.
Class 1: The Creative Process – August 1st
Collecting Inspiration Wherever You Are
The Making of a Mail Subscription
Partnering with Brands that Get Your Vision
Class 2: LIVE DEMO – Lettering and Digital Rendering – August 3rd
Most Frequently Used Tools
Step-By-Step Lettering Tutorial
Digitalizing Your Design
Early Registration ends Wednesday, July 19th at Midnight
This class is hosted in a live webinar format, but if you can’t make the live class you will be able to access a recorded format immediately after the live webinar (and you get lifetime access)!
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