Anne Lecrivain-Cozzoli is a Southern California knitter with her own line of patterns on Ravelry, the fiber arts community site. Anne recently commissioned her first banner ad, but first she needed a logo. Here's a peek at Moonlight Stitches' banner logo in progress. Anne considers herself a practical romantic. Naturally Jane Austin came to mind.
Meanwhile PCWorld.com continues to assign font reviews. I wear two hats on this job as each assignment includes a type sample to demonstrate the download. First up: Gene Buban's lovely Requiemme Decorum, a font which graphically captures the feel of cathedral windows. Followed by Hungarian designer Koczman Bálint’s stencil font Capture It, with the gritty styling of urban signage. Last, and perfect for the holidays, is Ronna Penner's font Black Jack. Brand your office party with Mad Men style using this homage to advertising brush script.
Speaking of Mad Men, if you want to dress the part consider a stop at Custard Heart Vintage where stylist Maria Sanchez is building up her inventory for the cocktail crowd. Folk art roses grace the new gift graphics I designed for her.
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