Amanda DiGiondomenico is a freelance illustrator, designer, and handletterer in Baltimore, Maryland. She finds inspiration in her apartment full of plants, Disney movies, and in the vibrant lettering community of Instagram. While her work is mainly digital, she likes to retain a hand-drawn look through the use of real-life textures and imperfections.
Amanda dropped out of the Maryland Institute College of Art to pursue a master's degree in writing from Johns Hopkins. However, she soon returned to commercial art, taking classes at the Savannah College of Art and Design and the Baltimore Academy of Illustration with editorial illustrator Alex Fine.
While working as a digital designer at an advertising agency, Amanda found the art of lettering through Jessica Hische's work. She then studied handlettering with Ken Barber of House Industries before taking her lettering education into her own hands.
Her past clients have included Marriott International, Martha Stewart Weddings, Kimberly-Clark, and Dr. Brandt.