Jeremy Reiss
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  3. 13 Mar
    Jeremy Reiss
    Commented on Vietnam

    Love it.

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    Jeremy Reiss
    Commented on Duck Branding

    Love the form. I wonder if it would convey more positivity by flying upwards rather than down.

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  8. 28 Feb
    Jeremy Reiss
    Commented on Oarsmen Mark

    @Todd Pritts Ah, I see what you're trying to do with "be good, do good." That's a cool saying and I think it should probably be really clear then. In that space I'd just stack them - where BE GOOD is larger than DO GOOD, so it fits nicely in that space.

    I wonder if spacing around OARSMEN should be equal all the way around. Right now there's more room above & below, and tighter on the sides. Equalling the spacing might make it feel more comfortable in that box.

  9. 28 Feb
    Jeremy Reiss
    Commented on Oarsmen Mark

    Pretty cool Pritts. What's this for? Having a context might help w/ feedback.

    I don't think the arc above the eye is needed. Also, is the pupil supposed to be horizontally centered or looking down? If its looking down I'd move it down further so it joins with the lower black line of the eye. The ends of the ribbon shape are hard-edged, but the outer, accent lines have rounded edges which seems inconsistent. I'd tighten the kerning between the A & R or increase all the kerning to feel equal.

    And I'm really curious what D BGOOD means...

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