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I’m pleased to announce that my newest signed print, representing the letter K in my alphabetical series, full title: KLEIN’S COMPENDIUM OF CALLIGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE goes on sale today, Tuesday, September 17th. Commemorating the 20th anniversary of my very first signed print, “A Lettering Sampler,” the new print is also focused on lettering, fonts and font use. As with all my prints, it’s 11 by 17 inches, printed in black on sturdy card stock, and each print has hand-painted Indian Red watercolor on the title. Every print is signed in a similar red color. The edition is 300 copies, and sells for $16 plus shipping.
A second VARIANT edition of only 50 copies has been printed on WHITE card stock, sized to match “A Lettering Sampler,” double signed and numbered. I’m reserving the first 10, leaving 40 of this edition for sale on a first-come, first-served basis. The white variant is intended for those who want to hang it alongside “A Lettering Sampler.” It will also sell for $16 plus shipping.
Plus there is a VERY limited number, FIVE in all, matched sets of KNOWLEDGE and A LETTERING SAMPLER (numbers 6 through 10) available on a first-come, first-served basis for $50 plus shipping. Sorry, these are now sold out.
A description of the creation of this print will follow in my next blog post.
To order these or any of my prints, including past prints created in partnership with Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Alex Ross, J.H. Williams III, Mark Buckingham, Bill Willingham, Shawn McManus, Dave Gibbons and Gene Ha, please go to my BUY STUFF page. Thanks, I hope to hear from you soon!
Glad to see these are still going! I have the Moore, Gaiman, and Williams ones displayed prominently and have given a few as gifts. I anticipate each new announcement.
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Will there be a colored variant, to match the hand-colored edition of the Lettering Sampler?
Can we commission colored copies of KLEIN’S COMPENDIUM OF CALLIGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE?
Not at present, and maybe never. Painting up to all those very thin lines is maddening.
This looks beautiful, I can’t wait to see it in person.