Decorative letter art is a form of art that can be seen everywhere from the walls of churches to the walls in homes and businesses.
Many people have been inspired to create their own letters for their home, as they love the individuality and uniqueness of the letter.
In this article, we are sharing 10 simple, yet highly unique, decorative letters from Australia and New Zealand.
These beautiful letters are the work of Australian artist, Rebecca Cunneen.
She started her career at the age of 15 and is still working in the field today.
She is an artist who is passionate about creating beautiful lettering and writing.
She uses a variety of materials to create her artwork, from hand-painted paper to stencils.
She has a strong sense of composition and has created several different styles for her lettering, such as the simple, but highly unique ‘Decorator Letter’.
“Decorators letter is inspired by the letters of a variety and different countries in the world,” Rebecca told Al Jazeera.
“It is a letter that expresses a particular message, and the message can be a love of the country, a longing for home, or a longing to travel somewhere new.”
The letters are all designed to make the message more than just an artistic statement.
I am not trying to make a statement or a message, I just want to make something that I can use for my own personal use and I would like to do so with a lot of freedom.
“The letters come in many different styles, from simple letters, to bold and elaborate, and many have a touch of whimsy.”
Her artistic approach to lettering has always been to try and create a text that feels like it is real and genuine.
For this letter, Rebecca chose to make it simple, with minimal text and a lot less color.
“I wanted to make sure I could get a lot out of this piece,” Rebecca said.
“As a young artist, I was influenced by a lot and so I did the opposite of what people say about lettering – I wanted to leave the text in a little more of a silhouette, but not quite a blank canvas.”
So I started making it in ink and then added some lettering on top.
The whole thing was done in one day, with one stencil.
“You can also make the lettering larger or smaller, but you can always change it up, and I like to keep the style as unique as possible.”
The designs are created using a variety to create a range of styles, Rebecca said, with different lettering colours used in different letters.
For example, she used red for the red lettering for a small print and blue for the blue lettering.
“I tried to find colours that really felt like they would be recognisable to a child,” Rebecca explained.
“They also worked with the letter as a form to express a particular emotion, or as a way to convey a particular feeling.”
If you use a colour to create the shape, it can add a bit of depth and a touch, and it creates the feeling of a certain colour.
“She also wanted the letter to be simple, because it was very much a letter she wanted to send to her parents, she said.
For the letter ‘A’, Rebecca used the simple lettering colour, a white with a blue centre.
The letter ‘B’ was made with a bright yellow, and Rebecca added the letter “H” as the border.
The letter ‘I’, which is used in red and blue letters, is made from red, blue and green letters, and has a large ‘I’.
The letters “I’ and “B” were also used to make two different variations of ‘A’.”
The letter is very simple,” Rebecca added.
“But I also love the idea of it being more than a simple letter.
It’s like the letter is going on the back of a book, and that book is the message that’s written on it.”
Each letter has a story behind it, so it’s a way of telling stories.
I hope people enjoy reading them as well as reading the text.
“One thing I love about letterwriting is the freedom it gives me.
You don’t have to put in as much effort to write a letter, and if you put in enough effort you can create a beautiful piece of art.”
When you are doing something creative, and you get inspired by it, you don’t want to stop because you don.
You just want more and more and eventually you get to the point where you want to keep going.
“You can find more of Rebecca’s work on her website, where you can also see more of her artwork and take a look at her book, Decorative Letter Art for the Home, which includes more than 20 beautiful and original lettering designs from around the world.
You can read more about Rebecca on her blog.