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Today we’d like to introduce you to Tyler (Tylerissoepic).

Hi Tyler, thanks for joining us today. We’d love for you to start by introducing yourself.
My name is Tyler, I‘m an Atlanta-born teenage graphic designer who is mostly known under the social media name “tylerissoepic”. I’ve been professionally designing cover art for some big names in the music industry for around 4-5 years now. I’ve always been interested in the hip/hop industry since I was a kid. I tried concert photography, shooting and editing music videos, producing beats, engineering music etc. but the thing that really took off for me was graphic design. I taught myself how to create album covers, logos, cartoons, collages, social media banners, and many more important skill sets. I started posting my art on Instagram and Twitter around 2017 and started gaining major recognition from it. I originally posted collages and cartoons and started catching the eyes of label executives and artists.

After a while, I got the opportunity to become the head graphic designer for Inzei Records, working under the multi-platinum producer Rojas On The Beat around early 2018. After building a connection with the team at Inzei Records, I moved to Los Angeles, CA and started designing for more artists. I have now designed for many multi-platinum and Grammy-nominated artists. Some of my biggest placements are Smokepurpp’s “Florida Jit” album, Lil Mosey & Smokepurpp’s “We Outside” single, and Soulja Boy’s – “Zip” single along with many more. Some of my clients include Smokepurpp, Soulja Boy, 24kGoldn, Lil Yachty, Comethazine, Yung Bans, Thouxanbanfauni, Trill Sammy, KingMostWanted, DC The Don, Project Pat, Pouya, and many more. I have accumulated over 22,000 followers on Instagram and hundreds of millions of views on my work.

I’m sure you wouldn’t say it’s been obstacle free, but so far would you say the journey have been a fairly smooth road?
The road to getting here was very difficult. I faced many challenges and obstacles on the way. I tried many different skill sets involved within the hip-hop industry but graphic design caught my eye the most. I grew up being influenced by artists such as Chief Keef, Lil Wayne & Kanye West which made me want to do something within that field. The most difficult part was teaching myself all the different components to graphic design. I watched countless hours of videos and eventually taught myself how to create eye-catching designs over time. Over time I learned new helpful pieces of information and eventually started progressing further.

Thanks – so what else should our readers know about your work and what you’re currently focused on?
I specialize in cover art & tracklist designs, but I also design flyers, social media banners, cartoons, logos, merchandise designs, and many more. I am mostly known for designing cover art for rappers. My favorite designs in my opinion, are the official cover art for Smokepurpp’s “Florida Jit” album and tracklist along with the “We Outside” single with Lil Mosey. I’m going to keep designing for many years to come with hopes of accomplishing many more achievements

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