Member Feature: Samyuktha Krishna
Meet Sam. Sam is a freelance graphic designer, amazing illustrator and that person at the meeting who shows you all the tricks to take your letters to the next level. We are in awe of her flourishes and accents, and always peek over her shoulder to see what she's working on. Get to know Sam & see some of her work in her member profile below!
How did you discover hand lettering?
Came across the work of a talented hand letterer in 2012 and started practicing since then
Describe your hand lettering style.
Scripted, Layered, occasionally Illustrative
What are your favorite tools to hand letter with and ways to display hand lettering?
Pencils, Tombow markers, Tombow calligraphy pens, watercolors with brushes on regular copy paper, cardstock, watercolor or mixed media sheets
How did you find SSLetters?
Heard about Catylator and saw the lettering meet on its website
What brings you back to SSLetters?
Meeting cool people from different backgrounds, who're here to be creative and have a good time!
What was your favorite SSLetters meeting that you attended and why?
The Laser engraving on wood was pretty great! Wish I had attended some of the other fun stuff like the screenprinting one and the lasercut letters.
What inspires your lettering?
Traveling. I love filling up my art journal with illustrations of food and experiences accompanied with lots of hand lettering.
What is your favorite letter, number or character to letter?
What is your most challenging letter, number or character to letter?
Thanks so much for sharing, Sam! You can follow Sam's work on Instagram @tealbrushart