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This Calligraphy Wizard Can Recreate Any Font With His Pen

05/07/2015 09:09 am ET | Updated May 07, 2015

Seb Lester calls himself a designer and illustrator, though his miraculous handmade fonts suggest some sort of unmentioned wizardry is at work. The London-based artist is a true font-savvy chameleon, rendering the iconic letterings of logos from The New York Times, "Star Trek," "American Horror Story," Vans and Coca-Cola.

Mining Lester's Instagram, we uncovered additional samples of his artful typefaces. (Side note: it seems like he takes requests, so drop him a note with your most font-astic suggestions.)

Doodle. Longer version, with sound, on my 'Seb Lester' Facebook page & YouTube channel. Link in my profile.

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Doodling

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Doodle

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News doodle

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I just doodled this.

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I doodle a lot.

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Classic TV series. Classic logo. RIP Leonard Nimoy.

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American Horror Story. Requested by @ghost_of_maddie @lkel05 @meow.angiee & many others.

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