Learn how to make a custom vintage signboard today! After taking this retro-inspired class, you'll have the creative skills to make all kinds of vintage sign designs. Plus, your instructor, Annica, is here to walk you through each step.
This class is jam-packed with a lot of extra content. First, you'll learn how to plan out your design layout. Then Annica will teach you how to draw two lettering styles (san serif and script). And last but not least, you'll learn how to use embellishments to finish the class project: your own sign with a vintage vibe.
AFTER TAKING THIS CLASS, YOU’LL KNOW HOW TO:
- Design a layout that follows the principles of composition
- Combine san serif and script letters and add embellishments to your design
- Transfer your layout to an actual board to really get that vintage sign vibe
Let's do this! Enroll in our Vintage Sign Lettering online class today and start creating all kinds of retro-inspired designs for your home or workspace.
Need more inspo? Check out a few of Annica's creative vintage lettering projects below. Cool, right?
GET ACCESS TO 8 LESSONS, INCLUDING:
- SUPPLIES NEEDED
- SANS SERIF + SCRIPT LETTERS
- SKETCH FINAL DESIGN + ADD EMBELLISHMENTS
- FINAL PROJECT
- FINAL REMARKS
All you need to take this course are the supplies listed below and the 6-page class workbook prepared by Annica.
MATERIALS NEEDED TO TAKE THE CLASS
- Graph Paper (11x14”)
- Pencil + Eraser
- Wooden Board (6x12")
- Transfer Paper
- Sharpie Fine Tip + Extra Fine Tip Paint Marker (Black)
- Pen-Touch Fine Tip + Extra Fine Tip Marker (Metallic)
THE CLASS WORKBOOK INCLUDES
- Project Overview
- Links + Resources
- Final Project Example
You can also get creative and use all sorts of surfaces for your project. Try it on chalkboard, canvas or go digital on your computer!
About the Instructor
Annica owns Brooklyn-based design studio Dirty Bandits, where she specializes in typography, lettering, and illustrative designs. With training in typeface design and sign painting, her artwork is inspired by traditional show card writing, 90’s hip-hop and her love of puns and wordplay.