Very classy, has a tinge of old world in it. Art nouveau even. It's lovely. :)
about 3 years ago
Love the 'g.'
Dig that v. It's like a little waiter. Tray and towel.
Looks great up close. Really excited to see the uppercase.
that's looking really nice, jess. looking forward to the finished version!
If I was getting a tatoo of the letter 'g' it'd be that one.
Love all of this... that r makes me feel all fuzzy inside for some reason...
The subtle Tuscan (or "bifurcated") serif treatment is an unexpected and smart choice for a text face.
thanks guys! really pumped about this one. Have most of the caps resolved and took a break to work on the italics!
that curl on the g!
it looks really amazing. Can't wait to see the full set.
beautiful! and OK, I can test it ;)
The small details on the bottom of the stems are fantastic.
almost 3 years ago
That is one beautiful "g". Looking forward to seeing more of this!
Looove that 'g'! And I'm your 2000th follower, yay!
i think the r is my favorite.
over 2 years ago
reminds me a little of mrs. eaves
wow very nice. I freaking love that g
over 1 year ago
Although it's stylistic, I think that lowercase s is excessively wide, even for a wide s? If that makes sense.. its spine is also rather high. I think that if that was ironed out even just a little, there's actually no reason this couldnt work in running copy, but I realise it's probably more for display use. I'd also look at whether the bottom apex of the v could move a little to the left, it looks to me as though it's leaning left.
3 months ago
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