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Typography & Lettering

  1. Překlep a Škraloup: The book

    Take your eye off something for a moment, and suddenly the new becomes old and devalued. Who is to blame for this? Překlep a Škraloup is a Czech children’s book about the small creatures, living all around us, responsible for the process of ageing.

  2. Mary Kate McDevitt

    Mary Kate McDevitt is a freelance illustrator and letterer based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She has worked with clients including Chronicle Books, Sesame Street, Nintendo, Penguin Books, Nike, O Magazine, and Mental Floss.

  3. Fashion Fridays ~ Sarah Hankinson

    Sarah Hankinson is a fashion illustrator based in Melbourne, Australia. She combines typographic and floral elements with careful line work and unfettered splashes of watercolour. Her merry mixed media artwork has attracted clients including Harper’s Bazaar Magazine, Maybelline New York-Austraila and Harrods.

  4. Eili-Kaija Kuusniemi

    Eili-Kaija Kuusniemi is an illustrator, typographers and graphic designer based in Helsinki, Finland. Her swirling watercolours bring to life food, plants, characters and places for international publications and brands.

  5. Pietari Posti

    Pietari Posti is a Finnish illustrator who lives in Barcelona, Spain. He has worked with a wide range of clients in advertising, publishing and products. His work has been featured in numerous publications, including The New York Times, The Guardian, PRINT Magazine, and Playboy. His clients include Starbucks, Citibank, British Airways, American Express and many more.

  6. Susan Kare

    Susan Kare is an artist and graphic designer. Best known for her work with Apple, where she created some of the most recognisable icons for the original Macintosh computer.

  7. Made by Radio

    Made by Radio is a creative studio and production company, specialising in motion, illustration, iconography and typography. It started small as a collaboration between Londoner Byron Meiring and Capetonian Gert Schoeman, which by 2011 had grown into a fully functioning studio. Since 2011 the team as been in a state of flux, with new talent steadily coming in whilst the seasoned creatives venture out. Recently, co-founder Schoeman moved on, started a new creative venture called Makers Company.