Thank you for submitting your work to Calligraphy Crush Magazine for consideration!

Click the SUBMIT button of the appropriate category below. Please submit images at 300dpi, and videos at high resolution, landscape format with excellent sound quality. Original pieces may need to be available if  work is selected for publication. 

Preference is for work not previously published or featured online on any social media, especially those design, wedding, or calligraphy-focused. 

Work shared on your personal blog, Instagram, Facebook, etc. is acceptable and welcome. 

Monetary compensation is not offered at this time. However, all published artists will receive acknowledgement and a clickable link on the Contributors page.

If you need help taking magazine-quality photos of your artwork, let us know! Go ahead and submit the photos you have, and then if we accept your work for publication we may ask you to mail your artwork to us (insured) so that we can photograph then return it to you.

Rights:

By submission, the  artist acknowledges ownership and copyright to all work submitted and grants non-exclusive rights to Calligraphy Crush Magazine to use said work in its publications and online; including but not limited to its magazine, promotional materials, website, blog, and social media sites such as Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, etc. Calligraphy Crush Magazine acquires First North American Serial Rights upon submission acceptance. Rights revert back to the artist upon publication.

Artists will be notified via email if accepted for publication. Submission does not imply or guarantee publication.

Questions?

Email Maureen at editor@calligraphycrush.com.

Do you like to play with your pointed pen by drawing illustrations, mandalas, or other amazing designs?

We'd love to see your photos of your work (and videos are highly encouraged). Please include the story behind your project!

Don't forget to include a tools and supplies list!

This is where artists we interview about their biz success can upload their files.

Have a clever project or special way of doing something and would like to share with our readers? We hope so! 

Tutorials about calligraphy, hand lettering, brush lettering, iPad lettering, small watercolor illustrations, and paper crafts that incorporate calligraphy.

If you are teaching a calligraphy, lettering, or watercolor illustration class and would like to send us an excerpt from your class, our readers would love it!

Submit detailed steps in text format, a complete supplies list, & at least one photo per tutorial step.

Videos are HIGHLY encouraged! High definition, excellent sound, and landscape format preferred.

Reviews of calligraphy, hand lettering, and watercolor illustration products, tools, and supplies and the various ways you can use them. 

By review we mean presenting the best ways to use a particular product and discussing applications that give the readers numerous ideas on how to use that product correctly and successfully. We are not looking for negative reviews, just useful information that sparks creativity!

Send us your best advice, tips, tricks, and studio hacks that might change the lives of our readrers (or at least save them time and frustration!)

We love seeing your layout & design ideas! 

Tell us your thought process and inspiration while you designed a particular project for yourself or a client. Include step-by-step photos of your concept sketches, changes in design, and working on the artwork or product. 

Include client specifications (if applicable), any problems you encountered along the way, and the finished artwork photo. 

Also include tools, materials and supplies used, and finished size(s). 

Videos are HIGHLY encouraged! High definition, excellent sound if you are speaking during the video, and landscape format preferred.

Also share any bumps in the road you encountered, how you fixed them, and the story behind your project design. 

Please include information on the exact tools and supplies you used.

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