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March 30, 2017

Ruth Rowland's hand lettering for Country Living Magazine provides a breath of fresh air throughout the year. Here are a few early spring updates to raise our spirits as we wait for the warm days to come.   (more)

March 24, 2017

When Ruth Rowland picks up a ballpoint pen and starts hand lettering, we drop everything and pay attention! (more)

February 27, 2017

Ruth Rowland’s dual talent for illustration and hand lettering was used to depict the symptoms of cystic fibrosis for a brochure commissioned by Zambon/Profile Pharma, promoting Nebianax 7%.  (more)

January 30, 2017

Ruth Rowland was commissioned to illustrate and letter a map by the National Parks Conservation Association in remembrance of Birmingham, Alabama's Fight for Equality. Ruth researched the key elements that were to make up the illustration and thought about how best to approach this challenging subject.   (more)

January 4, 2017

Package designers appreciate Theispot as a place to quickly source just the right artist to create compelling images for their products.  We’ve selected a few standouts from 2016.  Explore each of these featured Packaging illustrations in depth by clicking on the links below. (more)

December 20, 2016

Ruth Rowland hand letters the essential question of the season, making a darn good case for the hair-raising fun of naughty… Happy Holidays! (more)

December 15, 2016

Ruth Rowland throws back Thursday like a boss with her title lettering and background script for The Very Best of Elton John, circa 1990. Gas up the DeLorean, we are so there! (more)

November 29, 2016

Ruth Rowland created a range of deeply gestural hand lettering for Kate Bush’s new live album, “Before the Dawn,” recorded during the extraordinary run of 22 shows performed by Kate at London’s Hammersmith Apollo. (more)

November 21, 2016

Ruth Rowland’s romantic hand lettering flows across the cover of Robyn Stapleton’s new album, Songs of Robert Burns. (more)

October 28, 2016

Ruth Rowland continued her work for the band Simple Minds with hand lettering on their latest album, “Acoustic.” Ruth was asked to create the track list in a combination of scratched and marker lettering styles, harking back to the punk era. (more)