Considered the father of modern calligraphy, Edward Johnston is responsible for creating, in the early 20th century, a new kind of writing that became known as foundational hand calligraphy. A round calligraphic handwriting style with great power of attraction that combines aesthetics and functionality.
In this course, you'll learn how to design letters following the rules of the foundational hand and to create professional graphic compositions playing with colors, forms, scale variations, and white spaces. Through this course you'll have experienced graphic designer and calligraphist Leo Calderón as a guide. His experience using the letters as protagonists has led him to work on many projects for brands such as Visa, Heineken, Guess, Johnny Walker, and Vans, among others.
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