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By Margaret Shepherd

Study global Calligraphy has whatever for everybody. even if you will have scholarly perception, creative thought, school room tasks, or a subject in your subsequent occasion, this finished, unheard of full-color ebook will consultant you on a digital journey worldwide. protecting the vast majority of the world's writing systems--from African to Arabic, chinese language to Greek, Hebrew to Russian, and beyond--Learn international Calligraphy deals a special glimpse of scripts around the world and the calligraphers who write them.

Lushly illustrated with beautiful examples of either old and sleek calligraphic designs, this ebook is stuffed with functional guideline for the way key facets of every unique script should be utilized to the English alphabet, producing calligraphic hybrids with a particularly overseas aptitude. Like a brand new food that you simply can't wait to cook dinner at domestic, the scripts you meet during this e-book are certain to infuse your individual calligraphy with the flavour of in another country. Bon voyage!

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