David Milan’s Typography Art Is a Play on Words

3D artist and designer David Milan is all about having a good time. His work — bright, glossy, and playful — is a creative experiment with typography unfolding in front of our very eyes. “I love working and experimenting with colors, textures, shapes, and forms,” he writes on his website. “I’m always looking for new projects.”

Indeed, judging by his portfolio the projects keep on coming, with selected clients including giants like Apple, Huawei, Facebook, Pepsi, and Adobe. His experimentation with type and fonts has also created quite a stir online, amassing more than 135k followers on Instagram alone.

His work, almost entirely digital is made using tablets like Wacom and iPad Pro with some rendering on Photoshop. But Milan admits he still loves the more traditional form of lettering, employing tools like Crayola markers and Tombow brush pens.

“The hardest part of my job is finding a good quote or a word,” he admitted in an interview with Wix. “I could spend hours looking for a good one.” Show him some love by following him on Instagram: