Illustrations, Lettering and Typographic Design by Huston Wilson – Design You Trust

Illustrations, Lettering and Typographic Design by Huston Wilson

Huston Wilson produces work under the name Hust. Having grown up in the community of Eldorado Park in Johannesburg, South Africa, is a self-taught Designer, with focus on Typography, Lettering and Illustration.

I’m Huston Wilson, also known as Hust. I’m a self-taught lettering artist and graphic designer living in Johannesburg, South Africa. I fell in love with art at the age of six and enjoying the journey.”

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