The Types Makers. Part 2
Last week we introduced you to some cool typography designers, remember? Since talent is a precious thing that needs to be promoted as often as possible, today we’ll share more names with you. The designers in this post come from all over the world. What do they have in common? Talent, passion and quite impressive portfolios. Are you gonna give them a call? Let’s shake more hands:
Cameron Humphries graduated from Design College Australia with an Advanced Diploma. He has a younger brother who originally got him into art. Ever since he was a little boy he loved art and design, and making people feel happy about his work. He is more of a hands on person though he loves digital and vector artwork. Take a look at his portfolio and you’ll see why. Chromatic typefaces, vintage and modern themes, minimal designs, great details, elegant stationery and much more.
Martin Schmetzer is an artist mainly focused on hand drawn lettering and digital graphics.
His website is coming soon. Until then, you should definitely check his Behance page. Hand lettering, illustrations, calligraphy… From beer labels to Men’s Health Magazine and states of mind. You’ll see.
Seth Mach is a Master of Fine Arts student in Graphic Design at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Savannah, GA. On his website you can find more than just typography, as he’s into digital, illustration, motion, photography and physical/D. The portfolio stands proof. We really hope he’s got enough spare time to cycle through thunderstorms.
Jackson Alves is a type designer, illustrator and teacher based in Curitiba, south of Brazil. He’s expert in calligraphy, lettering & typography. It’s the traditional calligraphy that inspires him to create letterings and typographic work. Logos, custom types, daily calligraphy, free fonts, a typography map of Brazil and more exciting projects. Click on them!
Ben Topliss is a multidisciplinary creative designer with a background in Product Design and 3D. He’s passionate about good design, whatever it may be. Equally comfortable designing for screen, print or interactive experiences. You probably remember him from Digital Arts Magazine where he was featured as one of the “Best of New British Design”. He’s currently living in Manchester, working as a designer for TBWA\Manchester. If you have a project that you would like to discuss, or just fancy a chat, feel free to get in touch. Well-organized, informative and inspiring website. Browse around!
And don’t forget, we still want to know more about your favorite designers. We can add them to our future lists of inspiring designers. So, who shall we meet next?