Rob Draper is a designer, artist, British illustrator and typographer based in Worcester. Working freelance, man enjoys daily drawing on objects that pass his hands. In a paper towel a cup of coffee through the famous IKEA pencils, here are a selection of mini-works.
The Mexican graphic designer Ricardo Gonzalez specializes in typography and calligraphy. He mixes styles, explores various techniques of lettering and uses different materials reflecting his mood and his feelings.
“Typographic Chocolate” created by students of the University of Applied Sciences Berlin. The goal was to make a reference to the museum of letters of the city. The students created a real chocolate bar featuring typographic letters in relief.
Mario De Meyer as the DM2, draws typographical design before modeling it very meticulously for a visual and beautiful rendering. Beyond letter creation and a abstract way, the artist also likes to perform hypnotic posters, vibrant colors and graphics.
The designer José Bernabe, based in the Netherlands, designed the Chemical Cloud alphabet which takes typography Sans Serif adding fluffy clouds around the letters. Playing with Photoshop brushes, he managed to create a pattern resembling a cloud made of faded colors. A fascinating alphabet.
Here is a series of typography handmade by the artist Becca Clason from foods and condiments such as seeds, sugar or salad leaves. Between accuracy, creativity and humor, Becca Clason pays attention to details and aesthetic of her gourmet creation.
The Russian artist calligrapher Pokras Lampas in collaboration with Nike Russia during Fashion Week Moscow Vogue performs live calligraphy performance of three hours to the history for the Air Force 1, using different brushes and markers.
Here is a typographic calendar by designer Fabien Barral aka Mr Cup. For this 2015 edition, the artist met graphic designers, typographers and calligraphers to create a unique lettering work Andy Luce, Joe White, Matt Stevens, Reno Orange, Simon Walker and Christel Loop. Limited to 500 copies in several colors, the work is available on the...
Here is a series of letters carried out by the Indian artist Ranganath Krishnamani. These illustrations were created for a leading sport motorcycle catalog to highlight the features and the benefits of the bike. Pretty representation colorful cities.