Gallifreyan “Word” Art

Have any word turned into beautiful quilled artwork in a graphic style that emulates the dramatic pictorial language of the Time Lords of Gallifrey.* 

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“Barton” –  blue w/silver edge paper on navy shimmer
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“Draucker” – Blue standard paper on silver
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“Slytherin” – Green w/silver edge paper on green shimmer

Your custom art can be created with standard paper (140+ colors to choose from!) or gold- or silver-edged paper, on your choice of background card stock in any color of the rainbow.

My standard design incorporates a single word of up to 9 letters in a 4.5″ circle. Your word will be mounted on 8-inch square card stock and sent unframed to keep shipping costs down.

Pricing is $40 for standard paper or $50 for foil-edged paper. 10 or more letters, larger sizes, and multiple words/phrases are custom priced; please contact me to discuss your project!

To order, please complete the contact form below. I will confirm the details of your project, an approximate delivery date, and provide a quote for shipping before sending you an invoice via email. Your order must be paid in full before work will begin.

 

*My graphics are created using the “Circular Gallifreyan” alphabet and writing system devised by Loren Sherman. Gallifreyan is a fictional language used by the Time Lords of Gallifrey, from the British television program Doctor Who. Doctor Who and Gallifreyan are © BBC, and the alphabet is © Loren Sherman, inspired by Catherine Bettenbender.

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