— Work in progress*


Whenever I buy a new font – the first place I look is at the glyph pallet to see what other variations are available for the seductive ampersand &. I have created a small graphic – which I’m going to print onto a tote/canvas bag.


  1. Yaco Roca says: July 19, 200910:44 pm

    Love it. I was quite happy to see a new SF illustration post. I remember when you wrote about your intent to work on a tote bag, glad you got there, with the marvelous ampersand as the central motif no less.

    when and how can I get one?

  2. Barbara Halstead says: July 22, 20093:27 pm

    You right…the ampersand is a beautiful little glyph. I have always been drawn to curves in ovals and the like. My favorite fonts always seem to be scripts.

    I’m new to your blog…I’ll be checking back. Please check out my blog @


  3. amy bannister says: July 25, 20093:58 pm

    Sarah you are such a clever and talented bean! this is gorgeous! x

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  5. Rebecca Watson says: August 10, 20099:32 am

    Oooh! If you have any for sale, it would be lovely to have one :-)

  6. Louise says: September 6, 20097:17 am

    I love it! Can I get one anywhere? Oh how it will make my typography tutor laugh!

  7. GIVISION | Jiri Mocicka says: October 11, 20093:00 pm

    Really nice – I like it ‘-)

  8. Sarah Danaher says: November 12, 20094:25 pm

    I want one!!! Can I order one from you?

  9. joanna hile says: April 6, 20104:01 pm

    whenever you start printing these, i’d love to purchase one! please let me know!

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