Jessica Hische

If you’ve never seen Jessica Hische‘s work you are missing out. Honestly, I want to describe it a edible. If I were to say “imagine a cupcake”, and then say “now imagine the perfect word cupcake” what you would be imagining would most likely feel like Jessica‘s work. So I guess it’s no surprise Jessica works for restaurant identity guru Louise Fili.


Jessica has some new prints for sale, so now anyone can glace at her absolutely gorgeous lettering (all 26 of them) all day long. She says:

I just finished letterpressing these posters, which are now for sale as an edition of 250, each signed and editioned. They are $100 each + $10 shipping and handling + tax. The print is 3 color and depicts a viney alphabet in black, orange, and green. They were printed with boxcar plates on Crane’s Lettra 110lb paper on a Vandercook #4 at The Arm in Williamsburg. The dimensions are approx 12.5″ x 18″ (12.625″ x 17.875″ to be exact).


This wunderkind is only a few years out of school, but she’s going to be (is already) big. Make sure to check out more of her work on her blog. You can also buy the print there.

3 Responses to “Jessica Hische”
  1. Allison says:

    I don’t see it as edible.

  2. rebeccapaull says:

    Really? It’s so cute i just want to eat it up.

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