jessica hische the daily drop cap stationery
The Daily Drop Cap was a project started by Jessica Hische in 2009, in which she illustrated the alphabet 12 times over the course of a year. The project’s popularity spilled over into products showcasing the beautiful illustrative letters; letterpress prints, iPhone cases, and now this elegant stationery set made using Luxe. It’s a classy, a high-end aesthetic with a warm approachability and easy to personalize – just choose an initial that’s meaningful to you. It’s perfect for professional or personal stationery and also makes an excellent gift for aspiring young creatives.
photography: rob wilson
The Daily Drop Cap was a project started by Jessica Hische in 2009, in which she illustrated the alphabet 12 times over the course of a year. The project’s popularity spilled over into products showcasing the beautiful illustrative letters; letterpress prints, iPhone cases, and now this elegant stationery set made using Luxe. It’s a classy, a high-end aesthetic with a warm approachability and easy to personalize – just choose an initial that’s meaningful to you. It’s perfect for professional or personal stationery and also makes an excellent gift for aspiring young creatives.
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