Saturday, September 14, 2013

218 At One

This alphabet is made by using the pen strokes of Hebrew calligraphy to write the letters forms of the Roman Alphabet.  I've named it At One in honor of the day when Jews atone for their sins and celebrate God's forgiveness.  
This comes from my book Learn World Calligraphy, which includes three other Hebrew-flavored alphabets and a wealth of decorative motifs.  
Preview of tomorrow's alphabet.  

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