World Renowned Graphic Designer Recreates Famous Brand Logos Free Handed With Pen & Ink

With just ink and a calligrapher’s pen, Sebastian Lester can create lettering that looks computer generated. A graphic designer with clients that include NASA, Apple, Nike and The New York Times, he doesn’t even need a computer to create logos. In these short timelapse videos, Lester shows off his skills and perfect proportions as he free hand prints some of the most recognizable logos out there. Lester is one of the highest profile calligraphers in the world and he shares his talents regularly with his followers on Instagram.

Seb Lester expresses his passion for letterforms, stating, “I find the Latin alphabet to be one of mankind’s most beautiful and profound creations.” Check out more of his work on his website. You can also follow him on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for daily inspiration.

Doodle. Slower version on my 'Seb Lester' Facebook page.

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More doodling.

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I doodle a lot. Slower version on my 'Seb Lester' Facebook page.

A video posted by Seb Lester (@seblester) on

Latest doodle. Slower version on my 'Seb Lester' Facebook page.

A video posted by Seb Lester (@seblester) on

Latest doodle

A video posted by Seb Lester (@seblester) on

More doodling. Slower version on my 'Seb Lester' Facebook page.

A video posted by Seb Lester (@seblester) on

I doodle a lot.

A video posted by Seb Lester (@seblester) on

Via: designtaxi.com and adweek.com

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