Goldman uses original photography and a little Photoshop layering to
create hand-crafted, traditional typography that’s strikingly fused with
computer-based portraits from the cyber age.
When asked to produce a tutorial based on the techniques he had
developed while working at Substance, his immediate response was to
develop a tutorial that had a strong bias towards “organic design”.
After all, too many illustrators these days produce glossy
“At Substance, we believe that the computer is slave to its master and
therefore produce our images by hand – often incorporating analogue
photography. Throughout this tutorial, we want you to consider firstly
how you produce Photoshop images, and secondly how you interact with
your computer. Hopefully, as a result, you’ll find ways to challenge the
orthodox and fuse human spirit with the computer to produce something
entirely unique. All of our images start with traditional computer set typography.
These simple black and white prints are then processed by hand and
augmented by the machine. This distinctive fusion of analogue 35mm
photography and distressed texts works well once in Photoshop.”
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