Welcome to Letterheadlogos.com
Please venture around the pages and feel free to contact me with any questions or comments.
Working with letters is something I started with back in 1989 when I worked for Baldwin Designs, a wood-sign company in Concord, Massachusetts. I went there after school and learned how to hand carve letters into wood.
I furthered my education by taking a 2-year full-time course in sign painting at Butera School of Art in Boston, courses with Jay Cooke at Vermont Sign School, night school programs on graphic design at the Art Institute of Boston, and I was lucky to receive a 4-day semi-private class on reverse glass painting & gilding from Rick Glawson at Fine Gold Sign Co. in Wilmington, CA.
It wasn't until 1998 that I began creating some script letters inspired by meticulously studying antique advertising and old letterheads. In 2001 I completed my first script font after motivation by Chuck Davis at Letterhead- fonts.com. Today, Ballpark Script is one of the top selling fonts at LHF.
Recently, I have been working on old Letterhead style logos spending many hours trying to achieve the old look with modern technology. My goal is to spark an interest in bringing back the old ornate logos of the early 19th century.
You can view samples of my fonts on this site and purchase them by following the links to Letterheadfonts.com. I do not sell fonts privately.
Please take your time and view the images for each font in their respective gallery. There is also a gallery page including images from other exciting designs and projects.