Arthur Régis Carmo 


“Although I’m not sure what to be called; an illustrator or a graphic designer, I’ve always been fascinated by the textures and the freedom we can get from ink on paper. After years working with digital type, I got tired of the coldness and the lack of personality of the work that I was doing, so I started creating my own type. I’ve kept my methods as authentic as I could, using the computer only for coloring and final touches, making the lettering an original composition and letting the forms dictate the space. That makes the essence of the artwork portrays itself as a storyline, with every letter creating a part of that story.”