Here are some wonderful samples from lettering artists Yvette Rutledge and Vince Mitchell.
Most of the work you see here is Yvette's commissioned work. Her forte is original letterstyles, and her published work is in collections all over the world such as the court seal, a retirement gift for a judge in Washington D.C., to calligraphy for a book by Barry Moser's Pennyroyal Press. Yvette is an accomplished calligrapher and teacher.
Vince still studies and learns much from Yvette's work and has gone on
to be a continuing student and teacher of blackletter/gothic scripts. Vince's work is the last row,
showcasing his new comic series exclusively done in blackletter.
If you are interested in a hand-lettered design or addressed envelopes for your wedding, stationery, or special occasion, please
contact us at the email or phone number below for prices tailored to your particular event. We look forward to doing
a special handlettered piece for you!
Font Club will meet Saturday, December 20th. Font Club is a free informal group that meets on the 3rd Saturday of every month to work on typeface design. We usually have a presentation followed by a work session designing, scanning and importing glyphs into FontLab or Fontographer to create a typeface. Call Vince or Yvette at (504) 525-4691 for more information or if you have any questions.
You can also visit www.aiganeworleans.org for graphic design info, events, and meetings in New Orleans.
New Orleans Lettering Arts Association will meet on Saturday, November 8th, at St. Francis Xavier from 10am to 1pm. NOLAA is a non-profit organization whose monthly meetings are mini-workshops in a variety of calligraphy techniques, well worth the $25 per year membership fee. Meetings are held on the 2nd Saturday of the month. For more info visit www.neworleanscalligraphy.org
The New Orleans School of Art and Craft offers classes in all styles of art-making, including calligraphy. They can be reached directly at (504) 944-7900. For more info visit www.NOLAArtandCraft.com
We are proud to have an exhibit of Claire's photographs in the gallery. The images present the abandoned structures of the former Six Flags Amusement Park, altered through her unique perspective.