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Nathaniel Hébert is the creative director at Winter-Hébert—a design studio tucked into the wilds of rural Québec. Working in tandem with his wife, Catherine Winter, he seeks to create concept-driven, innovative pieces of typographic brilliance with a focus on visual identities, editorial design, poster campaigns … Read More
Nathaniel Hébert is the creative director at Winter-Hébert—a design studio tucked into the wilds of rural Québec. Working in tandem with his wife, Catherine Winter, he seeks to create concept-driven, innovative pieces of typographic brilliance with a focus on visual identities, editorial design, poster campaigns and typography for commissioners in the arts and culture sector.

Nathaniel Hébert has over 20 years experience, and as a storyteller, system designer and typesetter, has left his mark on international design history with his work. As is demonstrated by his portfolio, Nathaniel is inspired by modernist principles with an emphasis on typography, hierarchy, and concise, effective composition. In practice, he is fond of treading the magical middle zone between rationally driven design and the intuitive unknown.

Design commissioners include: Yahoo! Canada, Samsung, Koodo, Bell, SquareOne, Massimo Dutti, Tiger of Sweden, Workopolis, Facebook, Hankook, Cirque de Soleil's Cavalia, Roots, Marshalls, etc.

Currently taking in new design work, so be sure to drop us a line! Read Less
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We pool our combined education to create a harmonious balance between classical typography and modernist principles. Our approach can differ from project to project, as we tackle commissions with blank slates, and it's only after investigation and immersion in the subject matter that meaningful design solutions ta… Read More
We pool our combined education to create a harmonious balance between classical typography and modernist principles. Our approach can differ from project to project, as we tackle commissions with blank slates, and it's only after investigation and immersion in the subject matter that meaningful design solutions take form. Read Less
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