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The Ken Brown Calligraphy Handbook by  Ken Brown - Paperback - First Edition - 1982 - from A&D Books and

The Ken Brown Calligraphy Handbook

by Brown, Ken

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Hugo, OK: Ken Brown Studio, 1982. Paperback. First revised and expanded edition, 1982. Near Fine paperback with light rubbing along the top edge, a small light bump/crease to one corner of the front cover, and a price sticker to the back. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. "The Ken Brown Calligraphy Handbook is a unique approach for beginners to learn the art of calligraphy with a broad-edged pen. The book is filled with examples, exercises, and samples of useful applications for calligraphy including producing hand-scripting on leather, wood, wet cement, and other unusual surfaces." Text and calligraphy by Ken Brown. Staple-bound card wraps; 56 pages; b&w illustrations throughout with occasional spot color; 8.5 x 11 inches. Hunt Speedball advertisement on the back cover.


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