August 24, 2016

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Jesus Ortega

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Hand Lettering by Steph Baxter

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Not everything in the graphic design world has to be digital. When some people hear about graphic design they think it’s all computer things but that’s a no. A lot could be done with your hands, in fact, some designs look better when you add that human touch rather than …

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Not everything in the graphic design world has to be digital. When some people hear about graphic design they think it’s all computer things but that’s a no. A lot could be done with your hands, in fact, some designs look better when you add that human touch rather than a computer. Hand lettering is something a computer can’t do; it could maybe fix it but emulating it digitally is not successful. Hand lettering has become trendy throughout the past years and is seen everywhere from magazines to ads to signage. It looks nice when you know when to use it and where to use it. Someone that knows how to hand letter is Steph Baxter.

Steph is a freelance illustrator and Hand Letterer currently residing and working in Leeds, West Yorkshire. Her hand lettering project has opened the door for her and gained her in this creative field. From san serif to serif and script she does it all. Her use of texture and complementary color is nice, giving her work an organic touch. Her work is quite fun and it looks like she enjoys each detail she adds to it. Below is a couple of examples of her skills. make sure to check out her work, I promise you’ll enjoy it.

Note: Steph also owns and runs an online shop called The Happy Pencil where she sells art prints, greetings cards, and notebooks. Another reason to check her out.

new york branding sports graphic design company

new york branding sports graphic design company

new york branding sports graphic design company

new york branding sports graphic design company

new york branding sports graphic design company

new york branding sports graphic design company

new york branding sports graphic design company

All illustrations ©Steph Baxter
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