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Today an Illustrator tutorial where you will learn how to wrap text easily in Adobe Illustrator. Wrapping text is an AWESOME technique for designs such as brochure, magazine and other editorial projects, so follow along with todays tutorial, and learn how to wrap text in Illustrator.

Todays tutorial is rather short, but that is mainly due to the fact that I had very little time. However, the content is useful and it is a technique that not everyone knows when working in Illustrator. After watch the entire tutorial today, you should be able to know how to wrap text around any object in Illustrator, and apply it to your designs!

If you found todays tutorial on how to wrap Illustrator enjoyable or useful, let me know in the comments section and drop a like on your way out. Subscribe to stay updated to all of my uploads and until next time, design your future today, peace

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23 thoughts on “HOW TO WRAP TEXT IN ILLUSTRATOR

  1. Do you have a tutorial on how to do the exact opposite of this? If the character in the middle was an outline or silhouette, and wrapping the text inside of the character.

  2. As always, great job!

    Btw, what's the song you use in your intro (the dark spacey atmospheric one)? I checked the links out, but those sound like the tracks you used in the tutorial part itself. :/.

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