Fresh & so clean-clean

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  1. Scott Hill Scott Hill

    Busted out some brushes and got way outta my comfort zone for a new brand.

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    9 months ago

  2. Matt Sawmiller Matt Sawmiller

    wow.

    9 months ago

  3. Andy Luce Andy Luce

    YES! Love this!

    9 months ago

  4. Andrew Littmann Andrew Littmann

    Nice dude

    9 months ago

  5. JP Sullivan JP Sullivan

    Dude, this is amazing. The lettering is fantastic. I dig it.

    9 months ago

  6. Jesse Penico Jesse Penico

    Very abstract mark. Love the lower-case 'f' in contrast to the capitol 'H'. Great work.

    9 months ago

  7. Kyle Turman Kyle Turman

    OH WOWS. What kind brush kit did you use for Adobe Suite 3? Can have download link?

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    9 months ago

  8. bryce parker harrison bryce parker harrison

    Haha! After seeing @Travis Ladue 's Instagram pic of the pile of fresh's, this is great :)

    9 months ago

  9. RaitG RaitG

    good letters

    9 months ago

  10. Jason Johnson Jason Johnson

    That letterhead is really nice.

    9 months ago

  11. Jon Stapp | atomicvibe Jon Stapp | atomicvibe

    @Scott Hill It's great (and completely nerve-wracking) to step so far out of your comfort zone, but when you do, and you achieve results like this, it's such a rewarding feeling.

    This is a really killer mark and brand aesthetic, Scott. The very loose, hand drawn brush quality really lends itself well to an organic produce store. Really well done!!

    9 months ago

  12. Joshua Wright Joshua Wright

    That H is brilliant

    9 months ago

  13. Wesley Powell Wesley Powell

    Dude this is really nice! I'm sure you'll catch this, and not to sound like an a-hole, but i noticed the kerning on Produce (between the r and the o) looks a bit off? But Seriously this is really great! And I agree that H is great!

    9 months ago

  14. Scott Hill Scott Hill

    @wesley powell That was on purpose. I vectorized that text and then placed all the letters one by one to get a naturally placed feel. I wanted everything to have a human touch to it.

    9 months ago

  15. Wesley Powell Wesley Powell

    Oh!! Gotcha. (Embarrassed...) That's a really great touch. I'm even seeing it in the subtly of how the base lines are slightly offset. Great job!

    9 months ago

  16. Kevin Burr Kevin Burr

    Great job, man. Stepping out of that zone can be very nerve-racking. Congrats on a successful end result.

    9 months ago

  17. Keith Green Keith Green

    After seeing the beginnings of this on IG it makes you appreciate it so much more. You killed it. Any idea how many sheets of paper it took?

    9 months ago

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