Graphic designer Abraham Lule uses typography to put the lettering at the forefront of his logos and designs. Originally from Mexico, the NYC-based designer’s typographic designs are known for their bold colors and contrast, collaborating with prominent restaurants and labels throughout the food and restaurant industry.
In this course, Abraham teaches you how to focus attention on the typography of an illustration. Starting with basic principles of typography, learn how to blend composition, color, and lettering to create high-impact designs that capture the message behind a brand.
Create an original typographic composition from scratch.
This course is for anyone interested in design and typography, including non-designers.
To take this course, you should have an interest in typography and design.
Materials include paper, a pencil, an eraser, a ruler, scissors, and access to a printer. You should also have a computer with Adobe Illustrator or your preferred vector software.
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