Breath Easy boat lettering

Lettering the off-center stern.

Here the transom has an off-center stern tie which pushes the lettering concepts.  Notice how the hailing port position is important as well.  That’s why we include the hailing port as part of the process.  Not only will the colors match correctly, but the boat will just look better if we take that into consideration while designing the boat name.

A fly fishing motif weaves through the lettering.

Breath Easy Gold Leaf
This is a great photo example next to the illustrated graphic that shows the actual gold leaf material vs a digital rendering of gold where we add the drop shadow.

Breathe easily or freely. Relax, feel relieved from anxiety, stress, or tension. For example, Now that exams are over with, I can breathe easy, or Whenever I’m back in the mountains, I can breathe freely again.

This idiom originally (late 1500s) was put as breathe again, implying that one had stopped breathing (or held one’s breath) while feeling anxious or nervous. Shakespeare had it in King John (4:2): “Now I breathe again aloft the flood.” The variant dates from the first half of the 1800s.

Breathe Easy” is a song written by Lars Halvor Jensen, Martin Michael Larsson and Lee Ryan and released by the British boy band Blue. The song was included on their third studio album, Guilty. It was released as a single on 22 March 2004 in the United Kingdom. An Italian version of the song, entitled “A Chi Mi Dice”, was released as a single in Italy, the lyric was written by Tiziano Ferro.[1] In December 2012, Daniel Evans, A finalist on The X Factor published an acoustic piano-driven ballad version on his YouTube channel. This was subsequently released on iTunes as part of “The Covers Collection EP Vol.2”