Hand lettering has been around forever, but recently it's made a major comeback. Calligraphy is what comes to mind when most people think of hand lettering, but modern day hand lettering embraces color, embellishments, and has bounce to it. What's old is new again, but this time around with a more playful vibe.
If you are just getting started, finding the best pens for hand lettering can be overwhelming since there are so many out there. Pens that are a favorite among hand letterers are Tombow Dual Brush Pens. These pens are a double-headed brush pen with a flexible nylon fiber brush tip on one end and a fine tip on the other. They have non-toxic, fast drying, water-based odorless ink that blends to create any color desired. They really are super versatile! You can pick out your favorite colors, or start with the Beginner Lettering Set. If you've been practicing your lettering and are a bit more confident in your skills, there is also the Advanced Lettering Set.
Okay, now that you know the best pens to use for hand lettering, it's time for some inspiration. Here are 6 inspiring ideas to put those Tomobw Dual Brush pens into action!