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Daily Drop Cap

Jan 25, 2010 11 Comments

The Daily Drop Cap is an ongoing project by typographer and illustrator Jessica Hische. Each day she will post a decorative initial cap which you can use for your blog posts. Below are some of her designs. Follow her site for more.

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  1. Jan 26, 2010 @ 08:25:33

    Chetto

    I really like the green D! U is very nice too!

  2. Jan 26, 2010 @ 10:23:11

    Jyostna

    floral “J” is pretty………………………………….

  3. Jan 28, 2010 @ 03:19:13

    aledesign.it

    Nice post. and I see the site by jessica. So original. A good portfolio!

  4. Jan 31, 2010 @ 13:45:23

    Dreamer

    Nice post :) Very cool site :) I love your design :)

  5. Feb 01, 2010 @ 18:47:48

    Fruit Trees

    I like the fact that art can be integrated into every day life. Design is often just lurking in the background without people noticing it.

    It is usually noticed when it is not there as in going to an old east block country.

  6. Feb 08, 2010 @ 03:47:53

    zhorkerz

    very nice website…simple yet very elegant…two thumbs up!…i also like the tutorials…thanks for sharing… =b

  7. Feb 17, 2010 @ 05:50:57

    Weddings Fashion

    it can be integrated into every day life. Design is often just lurking in the background without people noticing it.

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  9. Aug 04, 2010 @ 23:12:54

    Sohbet

    Thanks a lot to help me

  10. Aug 16, 2010 @ 15:39:37

    Dan | Business Cards Printing

    Good work on the lettering – enjoyed looking at your site too, thanks for sharing.

  11. Mar 26, 2011 @ 10:37:01

    cemal

    Nice post.
    Very cool site :)
    I love your design :)

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