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It’s an exciting time for type. Today’s robust generation of young typographers is constantly experimenting with the limits of one of the oldest visual art forms, and at the same time, the Internet has created a vast audience of design observers hungry for the next new thing! Emily Gregory’s Little Book of Lettering compiles some of the most interesting typographers working today, including Bath, U.K.-based Andrew Joyce, who hand-drew these letters as part of a larger exploration of the letters of the alphabet. Most of the color combinations, the designer says, were inspired by NBA team logos.

It’s an exciting time for type. Today’s robust generation of young typographers is constantly experimenting with the limits of one of the oldest visual art forms, and at the same time, the Internet has created a vast audience of design observers hungry for the next new thing! 

Emily Gregory’s Little Book of Lettering compiles some of the most interesting typographers working today, including Bath, U.K.-based Andrew Joyce, who hand-drew these letters as part of a larger exploration of the letters of the alphabet. Most of the color combinations, the designer says, were inspired by NBA team logos.

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