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Please Don't Do Coke in the Bathroom: Irreverent Lettering for Every F*cking Occasion

Sami Christianson

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Race Point Publishing
26 July 2017
Lettering & calligraphy; Humour
Want to wish someone a happy f*cking New Year? Or perhaps you want to tell a Facebook friend that no one cares about her a**hole cat? Now you can express your irreverent sentiments with beautiful calligraphy and hand-lettering!

Send an artfully lettered note telling your boss to f*ck off, your company that a meeting is bullsh*t, and more. With a crash course in learning calligraphy and hand-lettering, you'll also get a chapter on cringe-worthy words like 'moist' and 'dingleberry,' along with more than 25 gorgeous hand-lettered signs that you can hang anywhere including favourites like 'Monday is a D*ck,' 'Your Spirit Animal is an A**hole,' and more.

Just because it's profanity doesn't mean it can't be beautiful!

Tell the sh*tty person in your life how you really feel with delicate swirls and hand-drawn letters in Your Spirit Animal Is an Asshole!
By:   Sami Christianson
Imprint:   Race Point Publishing
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 254mm,  Width: 203mm, 
ISBN:   9781631063763
ISBN 10:   1631063766
Pages:   70
Publication Date:   26 July 2017
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Sami Christianson has a soft demeanor-and a damn dirty sense of humor. In 2009, she graduated from the IDEA program from Capilano University in Vancouver, Canada, with a diploma in graphic design and illustration. Since then, she's been obsessed with traditional calligraphy and blackletter. To teach herself how to draw beautiful letters, Sami started an Instagram account called @prettybadwords. She hones her lettering skills every day by writing funny irreverent thoughts in gorgeous, ornate lettering and calligraphy. She's currently working full time as a designer at a design and branding agency while doing a lot of internal work to overcome her crippling fear of peacocks and geese. Sami does not advocate coke use, especially in her bathroom.

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