A collection of more than 200 alphabets of exuberant and extroverted letters from the sketchbooks of Don Moyer. Draw over a period of 24 months to thwart gloom and celebrate goofy and majestic letters.
Don Moyer is a writer and designer who enjoys helping businesses communicate important ideas by making messages visible. A founder of the firm ThoughtForm Inc., Don and his teammates provide design solutions to Fortune 500 companies and smaller enterprises. Don is a big fan of self-inflicted projects. Intrigued by the idea of teaching business lessons visually, for six years, Don wrote and designed Panel Discussion, a monthly column for Harvard Business Review. Don received degrees from the Philadelphia College of Art (now the University of the Arts) and Yale University. He speaks frequently to students and professional groups about the power of visual explanations. Don was honored as an AIGA Fellow (2008) and recipient of the Silver Star Alumni Award from the University of the Arts. He lives in Pittsburgh with his wife, the amazing Karen. You can glimpse his sketchbooks and current projects on Flickr.
Napkin Sketch Workbook Published December 29, 2010