Typography Design: Eduardo Morgan is from Mexico, a graphic designer. His specialty is in creating designs with unique lettering and the best advantage of his graphic designing of letters is that the text and image present duality. He works for clothing brands, companies, and advertising agencies as a freelance designer and also for the music industry. His style presents a combination of calligraphy design and typography featuring experimental and dynamic graffiti qualities. He is typically working on features such as textures, flowing line work, and vibrant color palettes.
Eduardo Morgan Gaytán, originally from Mexico, grew up fascinated by the graffiti culture, tattoos and the skateboarding culture. All these led him to understand and learn graphic design to combine it with culture as a base and to train in lettering and typography.
He spent 4 years in learning lettering independently, worked for clothing brands, advertising agencies and the music industry. His dynamic strokes help create a powerful message in his color palettes and vibrant textures. Eduardo speaks about his professional background and the way how urban culture had an impact on his new personal style. He also shows his favorite projects and reveals his influences.
Eduardo Morgan Gaytán learnt by hand the process of designing letters. He says there is a need to analyze and understand different calligraphy styles and to comprehend better the compositions. That Eduardo uses as tips. He loosens up the hand muscles by doing some exercises and draws the first letters. He experiments using different techniques and expresses the intentions by creating designs.
The digital perspective of the letters gives a unique presentation. Scanning the sketch and learning to vectorize in the Illustrator helps Eduardo Morgan Gaytán to use the pen tool effectively. He also shares the tricks to balance the designing of expressive letters and its composition. His focus is on balancing his style of art and also the expression it gives with each letter.
Switching to Photoshop according to Eduardo Morgan Gaytán is a way of exploring more coloring techniques. He says it is to learn different ways of creating color palettes and it is possible to experiment with shadows, lights, and reflection of the shining letters or even a movie scene can be an inspiration.
Finally, Eduardo Morgan Gaytán says adjusting colors, applying textures, and adding some finishing touches such as a gloss or finish makes the composition appear more realistic and gives a genuine professional look. He asks anyone interested in arts to design a poster of their choice of TV show or movie using color palette for reference to illustrate the letters.
Eduardo Morgan Gaytán says for lettering enthusiast or a graphic designer having the basic knowledge of Illustrator and Photoshop is enough. Besides these, having round tip-markers, chisel, wax paper, brush pen, highlighter, a graphics tablet, and a computer, helps you bring out a unique way of lettering and the graphic designing is presented in and influential style.
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