Calligraphy is a form of art in many different countries across the globe, as there used to be people who printed books as scribes rather than machine-based mass printing. Printing the book by hand was a difficult task as the aesthetics were important, and each letter would have to look artistically perfect. This carried onto become a more individual art form, no longer for the purpose of printing a book, but rather appreciated as an art form that creates art with language. As someone who has always been passionate about calligraphy, I hoped to talk about Seb Lester, a calligraphy artist who can perfectly copy different logos and create beautiful works with just letters on the canvas. He hopes that calligraphy can always remain a relevant and accessible art form for many, and he talks to the world through each of his elegantly crafted letters.