Rob Drapper is an artist, designer, and marker who creates amazing pieces out of scraps and trash..
Based in the United Kingdom, he specializes in hand lettering for branding and identity, editorial, large-scale work, retail and clothing.
Using paper bags, napkins, coffee cups, disposable plates or any material that could be considered garbage, Rob Drapper transforms them into true pieces of art that stand out for their design and unique style.
For this, the creative he often writes inspirational and positive phrases on the objects, which are eventually transformed into art.
And it is that Drapper usually collects the waste and puts its pieces back in the same place, in search of a positive reaction to whoever finds it.
Without a doubt, his work is outstanding, which is why he has collaborated with a wide variety of clients around the world such as: The Golden Globes, Nike, Gap, Levi's, Samsung, Penguin, Bartle Bogle & Hegarty, Pentagram, Harper & Collins, WWF , Halfords, Sustrans, Leo Burnett, Goodtype. , The Washington Post and Faucet Face.
As if it were a writer, Robert Drapper keeps his pen, markers or any material in constant activity, which allows him to tell his story through the paper that has become an extension for him.
The main message of this artist is to make people understand that they can have a second chance again.
In addition to being a talented and renowned contemporary artist, Frapper offers lectures on professional practice in art and design, and delivers sessions on design and creativity to a wide range of audiences ranging from graphic design students to prisoners.
Passionate about lettering, he has appeared in various international media such as Design Taxi, UC Quarterly, The Design Museum London and The Daily Mail.
If you want to know more about Robert Drapper, Here we leave you his Instagram account for you to take a look: