Here's a new design for Sevenly and their campaign with End 7. Go read up on the cause and check out the awesome designs featured alongside mine this week!
It was extremely challenging coming up with a legible 4 letter monogram, but it was a fun project and I think the end result was pretty good. Not sure how recognizable it is, but I tried to form the letters into a subtle heart.
Check the 2X!
8 months ago
b r a v o
@Jason Carne phenomenal!
Sickening (see also: Jealous)
literally had so many windows open saw this in the corner of my eye ... all the others got closed! really nice!
Wow! Great work!
Thanks everyone! Getting four letters to work together was a serious mental exercise, glad everyone is liking it.
Holy crap. I'm signing up for the "Jason Carne School of Lettering" as soon as you open it up
@Casey Kleypas - Been thinking of doing a Skillshare class, seems like there have been a lot of lettering design courses offered up lately by other Dribbblers though, maybe one day!
great work man!
Dam. That's sharp man. Nice!
It's a little bit hard to make out at first, I thought there was a C and W, then I realised it was the letters LOVE, very nice design! Think you got them to work really well with each other.
@Faheema Patel - I definitely can see the confusion there. Like I said, super challenging, but after going through probably 50 different quick rough sketches this one seemed the most balanced. There were more legible options, but not as pleasing to the eye really. Glad you dig it!
This deserves millions of likes!
Nice ! medieval..
WOW! just WOW! Great work!
Ok, this is pure art! Love it!
Can definitely understand what you mean, sometimes aesthetics win over legibility, but with this piece I like that you need to do a bit of searching to see the letters, it makes it all the more interesting.
This is what great lettering is made of...talent, passion, purpose, love :-)
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