At the request of my man Shaun up in BSTN ;)
about 3 years ago
I'm afraid to ask how LA would look...LS NGLS? This (and BKLYN) look great though!
MS, top counter of the B needs to be moved to the left a little. - shouldn't be flush with the bottom one.
@Adam - Ha! LA would be tricky... SNFRN's not bad ;) Cheers!
@Joe - Ah, dang it > forgot I'd actually corrected that on the first one... We'll just let that slide for the moment... ;)
I want this typeface. It's awesome.
The S feels like it has an Overbite.
Also, do VNCVR.
sweet work on both, Michael. really love your stuff, man.
@Victor / Mike - Cheers guys! Much appreciated! :)
@Dan - Thanks a lot! Still on the todo list when I can find some free time...
@Matt - Ha! Does look like it might be overextending down just a bit... Hadn't drawn out an 'S' until now > 'C' either. When I get the rest of the characters drawn out I'll see what I can do ;)
I don't like it. I like the brooklyn one >
So is this a series of some sort?
This is awesome, thanks man! I'm thinking of using this for an avatar with the 'TN' beneath the 'BS' to form a square yes/no?
Anywho, nice work again =]
@Stan - Thanks for the 'BK' love all the same ;)
@Victor - Not really. Again, Boston was just a request on the previous post. However, I am currently working on another project 'BD' for a company in Brooklyn, AU > so while this one is kind of related in a mixed up sort of way, it wasn't really designed with that project in mind...
@Shaun - Cheers! Sounds interesting > be sure to post a link if you work something out :)
VRY NCE, MICAL SPTZ
BSTN, RPRSNT! Also, I feel like green would've been a more appropriate background color for this.
@Hudson - Thanks a lot HDSN! ;)
@Patrick - Ha! You're probably right > GRN
See? That BSTN looks hot on a nice green background. If that were a sweatshirt, I'd buy 3 of them and where them more than my KERN sweatshirt.*
* Statement not 100% accurate.
@Patrick - HA!! *
Same here... get these printed ASAP!
That's on hell of a sweet effect with the color!
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