Future on Instagram, episode 04

Each month, the curator of @tomorrow.type.today chooses the most interesting Instagrams with unusual typography and tells in 280 symbols why you should follow them.

May 11, 2021


Art director and co-founder of Heel.Zone Record and Virtua Posse projects, Gianluca Lonigro works range from moderate Modernist aesthetics to aggressive techno. His portfolio includes identities, album covers, web and type design (for example, check out his Posse Grotesk and Vangelo Display).


A freelancer based in Swiss city of Lucerne, Fabio Furlani combines in his futuristic work sharp forms, bold colours, and abstract textures. In most of his projects (ranging from strict, grid-built posters to animated experimental typography), one would see distinct references to fashion and music.


The studio of Anne Büttner is engaged in a constant dialogue with their clients and therefore refers even to commercial projects as collaborations. Working on creating and developing design concepts, Anne and her colleagues explore the human perception of the outside world and the designer’s capability to affect it.


Graphic and type designer from Geneva, Gregory Page experiments with formation of type. He re-interprets canonical serifs and sans serifs and turns Blackletter writing into an innovative display typeface.


The portfolio of Dima Shiryaev, graphic designer based in St. Petersburg, consists of styles for music fests, posters of local small-scale events, and release covers. Despite his Post-Modernist approach, Dima’s works are clear and capable.


Integrating working with animation and code into type design, Daniel Wenzel creates generative type families. In his spare moments, Daniel is trying to learn AI to draw type of its own.


New York -based designer from Slovenia Nejc Prah has worked with Bloomberg Businessweek, New York Times, Frank Ocean. Complex and detailed compositions make Nejc’ work vigorous and recognisable.


The portfolio of Berlin-based multimedia artist Ksti Hu includes music videos, techno rave identities and electronic music album covers. The deconstruction of graphic design principles lies in the heart of her visual language.