And as an added bonus, nothing was misspelt ;)
8 months ago
Looks very nice, but I think that the "e" would look better in lower case. Despite of that, really nice!
@Torgeir Sollid thank you sir, that's actually the lower case E ;)
I agree with @Torgeir. It looks very nice, that 'e' just doesn't fit properly.
I am also tempted to fade the ends of the 1px divider. The ends just feel a bit too harsh.
@Kyle Decker will do man. Was actually toying with that idea as well. Thx for the confirmation.
Great @Caleb. Which font is that?
All custom? I've seen that W I think
Hot. Great work sir
Love it... except the "E".
@Jason Lenker that "E" is going to be the bane of my existence ;)
by Jason Lenker
This is in no way an attempt to copy the great work of @Caleb Royce Lummer
I just had to see how it would look with a lowercase e in there. I'm not a fontologist... so don't look too hard. =)
8 months ago
The "E" gives it character. I say YES.
Man, This is nice!
The 'e' and the 'r' don't join up smoothly either. It's quite clear in the x2 version.
I like the shape of the uppercase "E", and agree that it gives it character / charm. Would I set copy in that font with that E? No. But it works for display purposes, especially a logomark. However, with that said, the only issue I have with the "E" is it's proximity with the swoop from the "r". If there is a way to tuck the top portion of that "E" back, or drop it a bit, that might resolve some of the tension. Otherwise, I'd say stick with your guns on the "E" issue. Good work!
What's the font for "Brewing Company"? I like the contrast.
@Andi hi Andi, it's actually Gotham Medium. Cheers :)
Thanks!! I dig it. @Caleb Royce Lummer
Great work, like always!
Hey, I dig that crazy E. Heaps of character.
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