Fans of expressive lettering and calligraphy are invited to visit the new www.iskradesign.com. Immerse yourself in a beautiful world of unique typographic expression.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) July 29, 2015
The new Iskra Design website offers portfolios of lettering design in a wide range of lettering styles. With a thoughtful and entertaining writing style, accompanying text provides commentary and instruction on how to use custom lettering in the visual marketplace. Case studies show the thought process for development of logos, illustrative typography, custom signatures and handwriting campaigns.
Portfolios include an extensive section of title designs for books and film in genres ranging from romance to horror and everything in between. Other collections showcase greeting cards, handwriting for advertising, expressive calligraphy, corporate identity and brandmarks designed for packaging. The bold visual interface gives viewers a clear idea of how lettering styles contrast and compare in simple black and white format as well as how letterforms integrate with photography and text in final projects. Easy navigation and the latest innovations in WordPress make it simple to browse, bookmark and share items of interest on social media.
The popular blog, Alphabet Roadtrip, returns with a new design as an integrated part of the Iskra Design website. Quirky and original, the blog features Iskra’s newest work and observations on design and culture.
About Iskra Design
Iskra Johnson is an award-winning lettering artist and calligrapher. Her work has been featured in Communication Arts, Print, UPPERCASE, The Type Directors Club, and many anthologies, including Excellence in Lettering & Typography, Trademarks & Logotypes of the World II, The Creative Stroke and others.
Iskra’s design philosophy uses custom typography as a vehicle to express voice. She is an actress with the brush and pen, channeling the meaning of words through a multitude of styles and an extensive knowledge of graphic culture. Her bespoke approach to typography will be welcomed by the person looking for an alternative to mass market fonts.
For further information contact Iskra Johnson through the contact page on the website.