Patrick Seymour – Part Two

Posted by | May 08, 2012 | art | No Comments

In the previous post, I focused on Patrick Seymour’s use of line variation to create fantastic character designs. In this post, I will focus on Seymour’s typography creations. It was only normal that Seymour created his own typography for he has a keen eye for detail when it comes to lines and symmetry. In typography, line length, thickness, and spacing matters. Seymour created these wonderful fonts using his skill in line art.

In the Loop

In Motion

Bleu Marine


My favorite typeface would be ‘In the Loop’ because it is whimsical and charming. It makes me want to create an art piece using the typeface, which is a good indication of an excellent font. I love the thin lines and the delicate loops at the ends of each of the letters. Although the typeface is not bold, ‘In the Loop’ is still a sans-serif font, which will be great for headlines and titles.

- Hana Kelley

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