Switchboard: Laura Worthington
Laura Worthington was once the "weird kid" sitting in a
classroom learning lettering while her schoolmates were outside at
recess. But this fascination with calligraphic styles led to
Worthington into graphic design, and since 1997 she has used her
passion for hand-lettering to create varied and expressive
In 2010, Worthington decided to transition away from freelance
graphic design to focus specifically on typefaces. She views the
processes as artistic yet controlled, with each letter perfectly
intertwining with the next to create something distinctive and
stylish. She attributes her success to her attention to detail, her
desire for spontaneity, and her love of the craft. View her
delightful fonts now on Veer.
View Laura's work on Veer Switchboard.