To most people, typography is just a way of arranging and printing type. For Julius, it’s an art form. The Hong Kong-born creative is a senior type and graphic designer at Monotype Hong Kong, a company established in 2006 that specialises in Chinese-text typefaces and is known for injecting new life into traditional Chinese characters. Julius honed his skills at Hong Kong Polytechnic University before studying under typography maestros Sammy Or and Keith Tam.
Since launching his eponymous studio in 2012, Julius has worked for a wide range of international companies and design agencies, creating notable fonts such as the Chinese logotype for The New York Times and Bloomberg Businessweek.
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