Neuland Calligraphy Workshop
Saturday 23rd July at Rotson Studios (Fitzroy), Melbourne
Neuland is a German typeface designed in 1923 by Rudolf Koch. Deriving inspiration from this typeface, we will write a calligraphic alphabet using a bamboo pen and walnut ink, to then create variations of the original design.
Historical context and examples of applied works included in the session.
Level: Beginners, previous knowledge is not required.
You will learn:
The difference between calligraphy, lettering and typography;
The tools used to write each script: broad nib pen, flexible pen, bamboo pen and flat brush;
The fundamental elements of the letter: the strokes;
You will learn that calligraphy directly reflects the movement of the hand. Practicing calligraphy is connecting your brain with your hand and your eye. It is also about having fun and learning by doing!
Time: 10am – 2.30pm
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