If how we write says a lot about us, then this guy’s calligraphy says that he’s super talented, that’s for sure. With just a pen — no rulers or fancy drafting tools — he can quickly sketch out popular logos and pretty script perfectly.
Calligrapher Sebastian Lester has developed type faces and logos for huge companies like NASA, Apple, Nike, Intel and The New York Times — NBD. And in his spare time he plays with type, recreates iconic logos in mere seconds and does things like work on the cover of the reissue of JD Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye.
It may have been around for centuries, but hand lettering is going through a revival that you won’t want to miss out on.
Follow his Instagram stat, because he’s posting new videos all the time.
If this isn’t inspiration to start learning some calligraphy skills, we don’t know what is. Good thing we have a class for that!
BRB, we’re just addressing decadent wedding invites. Tell us what you’d use your calligraphy skills for in the comments!
(h/t Fast Company)