Emily Reichlin Owner of CalligraPhilly

CalligraPhilly is a fine art calligraphy, engraving, and design studio, established by Emily Reichlin in 2017.
An initially self-taught calligrapher, she has studied under Suzanne Cunningham for traditional copperplate script
Carla Hagan for glass engraving. 

Emily frequently works with local wedding couples to create the stationery of their dreams, and collaborates with many of Philadelphia's top wedding industry vendors. She also teaches workshops and private lessons in the Philadelphia area. 

Her work has been published in Modern Luxury Weddings Philadelphia and Dream Weddings Magazine,and featured on websites Carats and Cake and Munaluchi Bride. 

Emily's corporate clients have included:




Tiffany & Co.
Neiman Marcus
The Harmonist

Netflix's Queer Eye
The Philadelphia Convention and Visitors' Bureau

The German Society of Pennsylvania


In collaboration with US Women's Chess Champion Jennifer Shahade and filmmaker Daniel Meirom,
"Not Particularly Beautiful", a large-scale social commentary chessboard art piece was debuted in the
Boston Sculptors Gallery in 2018.

The second iteration of the piece was featured in the group show A Beautiful Game at
the World Chess Hall of Fame in St. Louis in 2019.

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