5 Awesome Typographers to Follow on Instagram

Are you looking for some fun design inspiration on your Instagram feed? We’ve compiled a list of some of the coolest typographers and hand lettering designers on the scene. Check these five Instagram portfolios for your daily dose of type!

1. Gemma O’Brien

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Gemma O’Brien fuses together type design and illustration to create intricate masterpieces. She’s got an eye for detail that makes her style extremely unique. Take a look at her page to check out her hand painted murals.

 2. Lauren Saylor

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FIDM Grad Lauren Saylor specializes in hand lettering and gorgeous calligraphy. Her Instagram page is full of soft pastels and pretty photos that are sure to put you in a dream state.  Check out her blog, A Fabulous Fete. 

3. Mark van Leeuwen

FIDM-typography-markvanleeuwnMark van Leeuwen is a lettering artist with a minimal aesthetic that’s easy on the eyes. His page has an old school feel for with a natural touch.

4. Lauren Hom

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Lauren Hom is a lettering and type designer whose works are filled with bright color palettes and whimsical letterforms. Her Instagram page is sure to bring a touch of fun to your day.

5. Scott Biersack

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Scott Biersack is an illustrator and graphic designer that specializes in typography and hand lettering. He’s got a versatile page with a mixture of complicated letterforms and inspiring work in progress shots.

 

Make sure to follow these artists to bring a little life to your Instagram feed!

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