Alright, if you've read this far, I'd say you're hooked. This page has stuff that might tickle your fascination with lettering.  



Lindisfarne Gospels
A blog about chained libraries--this is where the education of the masses all started!

Book of Kells
Magna Carta
Here is the lettering on this mythologized 13th century document. Written in Latin, the capitals, especially on the first row of lettering are phenomenal.


St Johns Bible A modern manuscript created by calligrapher Donald Jackson. A glorious masterpiece of contemporary calligraphy.

John Neal Booksellers has an excellent listing of calligraphy events and resources that is kept up to date very well. It's a great resource for extended calligraphy study, the annual international calligraphy conference and numerous workshops throughout the States.

Paper and Ink Arts is another fabulous resource for calligraphers (along with John Neal listed above). They have an abundance of calligraphic tools and supplies.



Please understand, as webmaster, I've indulged in the luxury of listing some favorites of mine. Resources are abundant and feel free to email news, exhibits, suggestions and ideas for this page. I want this site to be able to spread the word. Enjoy.

Debby Reelitz