JULIEN HÉBERT

What brought my attention to Julien Hébert’s work for this blog post is his use of typography, which is something we went over the history of in class last week. I think his work is really cool, and he really uses the letters creativity and in a way that makes it seem less like letters and more like a abstract piece of art. The font he uses in this piece is a san serif one and it really helps to give it that modern, mysterious vibe. You can see more of his work here.

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