When I came across Serbian designer Peter Gregson I was overjoyed. I have seen so much of his work without knowing who did it and it’s always so nice to be able put a name on great work. I really love his handletterings and I think it’s so great how he approaches very different design diciplines, like packaging and editorial, with the same courage.
See more: http://www.petergregson.com/blog/
Here’s one for the boys! If you didn’t already run to the newsstand in July last year then I’m afraid it’s too late to get a copy of the Esquire issue with a practically naked Bar Rafaeli on the cover. I am of course doing this post PURELY for the typography which was done by James Victoire. I bet he enjoyed working on this kind of canvas! There was also done a beautiful series of photos from the covershoot by James White.
See more by James Victoire here.
I came across Sarah Gardner recently on Flickr on a search for good handlettering. I do love these kind of small compositions in handlettered type. They are so personal and quirky and I really admire the craft behind this kind of illustrative typography.
See more samples here.
Filed under: Illustration/Art, Typography | Tags: Display Type, Handlettering, Spam
Linzie Hunter is an illustrator and handlettering artist from London. Her work is pretty girly but I have been in love it ever since I found her project Spam One-liners, where she has handlettered all the subject of her spammails. Needless to say they’re a lot of fun!
I recently found Nick Deakin’s typedrawings and I think they are such a wonderful example of where illustration and type meet. LOVE them!
See Nick’s other work: http://www.nickdeakin.com/
Nate Williams does great illustrations and handlettering you can even buy screenprinted copies of his work.
See more: http://www.n8w.com