While type design takes up the bulk of my resources, lettering remains useful for experimenting with styles I haven’t tried out before, and getting a much quicker sense of accomplishment. A lettering project can happen in as little as one day, although the process benefits from the same process of sketching and refinement that type goes through.
Art direction by Cara Di Edwardo. Heavily influenced by the Oh! Ah! identity from Herb Lubalin.
Art direction by Evan Lessler. Based on the “San Francisco” lettering for the Giants. Client:
Art direction by Cherilyn Colbert. Client:
AIGA Hampton Roads.
Art direction by Rob Stenson.
Art direction by Rob Stenson. For the Holy Trinities video series.
Art direction by Rob Stenson. Based on the ”Gordy” logotype. Client:
Art direction by Rob Meyerson and Mark Guthridge. Client:
Art direction by Steve Reidell. Client:
The Hood Internet.
Art direction by Tânia Raposo, Frank Grießhammer, Jack Jennings, and Bianca Berning. The type conference that never was.
Art direction by Erik van Blokland and Paul van der Laan. This type conference actually did happen.
Art direction by Nemanja Colovic. This was for my nieces.
Art Direction by Tommy Sverčík.
Art direction by
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For AIGA Wisconsin. One of the best chapters out there.
Originally drawn in a workshop with the best American lettering artist, Ken Barber.
Covik Sans Regular
Covik Sans Regular Italic
Ohno Blazeface 18 Point
Covik Sans Bold Italic
Covik Sans Bold
Vulf Mono Light
Vulf Mono Light Italic
Vulf Mono Bold Italic