I Do

Recently I helped a friend letter a sign for her wedding business, IDO Wedding & Beauty Hawaii.
The project had some challenges, to say the least.

Writing on a slippery metal surface that had barriers on either side was part of the problem,
but finding an ink that would adhere to the surface and not ruin our brushes was also a factor.

This is the second time I’ve tried writing on something other than the paper I’m normally writing on.
(See the Honolulu Museum of Art School’s Nano Gallery installation for the other.)

Writing for a sign for the wedding company IDO Wedding & Beauty Hawaii. Flat brushes and Speedball B-5.