Hand Lettering for Chalk Murals

Lauren Hom, Letterer, Designer, Cheeto Lover

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9 Videos (38m)
    • Introduction

    • Project: Create A Chalk Lettered Mural In Your Home

    • Gathering Inspiration

    • Sketching

    • Chalk Lettering Your Outline

    • Chalk Lettering Your Text

    • Adding Shadows & Dimensionality

    • Adding Flourishes

    • Finishing Your Piece


About This Class

Spice up your space with chalk! Join lettering artist Lauren Hom for a fun 40-minute class on bringing chalk murals to life. You'll go behind-the-scenes with her process and learn tips for preserving, fixing, and flourishing your work.

Why chalk? Chalk murals can make a space more inviting, and they give you an opportunity to change up decor and show off your personality. Plus, chalk is an inexpensive and approachable medium — all you need is chalk, a bit of chalk paint or chalkboard, imagination, and you're ready to create! By the end of this class, you'll be able to convert a small notebook sketch to a large-scale lettered piece.

This class is all about creating large-scale lettering art by hand. It's perfect for lettering artists and illustrators, enthusiasts, and everyone who wants to bring custom artwork into their home!

521 of 527 students recommendSee All

I wish that the sound didn't keep coming in and out. Otherwise a nice class.
Lauren is amazing. I have loved following her hand lettering as a fellow letterer and so STOKED to hear she was making classes for Skillshare. The course is both fun and hella informative. Cheers!
I've been following Lauren's Instagram for a while and finally watched her tutorial! She's incredibly talented and it was fun (& helpful) watching her entire process. Thanks Lauren!!





Lauren Hom

Letterer, Designer, Cheeto Lover

Lauren Hom is a California-born, Brooklyn-based designer and letterer. Known for her bright color palettes and playful letterforms, Lauren has created work for clients like Starbucks, AT&T, YouTube and TIME Magazine. Her work has been recognized by Communication Arts, the ADC, the TDC, the One Club, and the Webby Awards. Lauren is also the author of the popular blog (and now book), Daily Dishonesty.

She finds that she's happiest when creating; so, when she's not working, you can find her baking yummy things, selling your ex boyfriend's tears, or lettering for lunch around New York City. Lauren's motto is, and will always be, "Work hard, snack often."