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Description - The Art of Boat Names by Laurie Churchman

Shouldn't your boat's name look as distinctive as your boat? A well-chosen and well-designed name on a transom or topsides is the finishing touch and creates the ultimate first impression for any boat. Your boat's name is the single most highly visible clue to your nautical interests and sensibilities. Whether the name is whimsical (Y-Knot), classical (Terpsichore), irreverent (Aquaholic), mythical (Valkyrie), sly (For Sail), romantic (Wayfarer), or full of attitude (Bite Me), it won't communicate your message without an effective design. Choose the lettering and graphic style that best expresses your boating aspirations and personality. Communicate your choices to a letterer, vinyl lettering shop, or a designer. Browse 1,500 boat names and explore resources for expanded research. Take a visual tour through the history of boat naming and across a seascape of boat transoms and topsides. Work with hand-painted, gold-leaf, vinyl or lighted display lettering.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780071591423
ISBN-10: 0071591427
Format: Paperback
(241mm x 203mm x 12mm)
Pages: 184
Imprint: International Marine Publishing Co
Publisher: International Marine Publishing Co
Publish Date: 1-Jan-2009
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Laurie Churchman

Laurie Churchman is an assistant professor of graphic design at the University of Pennsylvania, the principal of Designlore, a Philadelphia graphic design firm, and an AIGA national board member. She is keenly interested in the intersection of typography, design, craft, and technology, and has lectured widely on the topic. This is her first book.