I’m very honored to be asked and invited to teach a hand-lettering workshop for Redbubble’s 10th Birthday anniversary that happened on February 1st. I am super blessed to share my talents with the awesome folks at the Redbubble office in San Francisco. They celebrated their 10th birthday party at the Archery in the mission on Alabama street, which is a great co-working space for creatives. For those of you who don’t know about Redbubble, it is an online community of artist shops all around the world selling their art onto print on demand products. Check it out online, I have a growing shop– view my shop profile here. Redbubble is a great place to find all kinds of original and unique art printed onto bags, leggings, home goods, cases, laptop cases, art prints, and many more!
My hand lettering process is simple, I use a black pentel pocket brush pen that you can purchase at an art store locally or on amazon. For paper, I use a moleskine sketchbook or you can get a ream of smooth bristol paper for a more finished and final look. Step by step process coming soon in another post! For now check out more of my work on Instagram– www.instagram.com/dreamwalker37
Pictured here with Barbara Ignatiev, who is also a very talented watercolor artist– she also taught a workshop at the event, find her work online here.