Caux Collective Recommends: Sergey Shapiro
For the majority of posts here on Caux, I find that there is often an inherent desire to show the ‘final product’ and broadcast any artist’s finished article in order to present most aesthetically pleasing image possible. However, in the case of Russian Artist, Sergey Shapiro, who specialises in Logo Design, Illustration and Calligraphy, I think that showing the developmental sketches have a certain charm that make them more suitable than the finished logos.
Anybody who spends any time at all on the internet, looking at pretty logos and typefaces, are sure to have come across the work of Sergey Shapiro, and there’s really nothing to be gained from showing you things you’ve all have seen before. Such is the reason why I’ve decided to show you these sketches. However, more importantly than that„ when it comes to these beautiful, hand-drawn calligraphic logos, there is such a unique style of presentation and great level of intricacy involved, I think it’s certainly more engaging if you can see the ‘behind the scenes’ parts, in the form of the preliminary designs, in order to give you a better idea of how this genius works and how his process is implemented.
If you would like to see more of Sergey Shapiro’s personal work or commercial ventures, head over to his website, linked at the beginning of this post, his Behance profile, or his Facebook profile where each of these pictures were found.
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Les typographies handwriting de Sergey Shapiro