you might be already tired to see this type over and over again, I'm satisfied with the result and I think it's pretty much finished.
I followed Claire Coullon's advice and made the connections of o-r and o-u more smooth!
go Back and Forth to see the changes.
about 2 years ago
Yep, nice update Daniel.
Bearably readable (the f,o,y situation), but still very nice.
Nicely done Daniel! It's been great seeing this develop.
Even better dude loving this! Is this a personal project or for a client?
thanks everyone :)
@George this is actually for a client in Sweden which has a clothing store, but she didn't decided yet, but I guess she will probably print this one if she sees it and put it into a golden frame or something like that! :)
wow, looked at all rebounds, great outcome!
thank you Alexander!
It's going well!
I think R,U,N should look more similar, the sharp point on the O should be smooth and that the V should be worked in more into the typography. It stands out in a way.
But I like where you going with this one. Keep it up!
thanks Mike, I will think about your suggestions when I will work on this again!
Pretty cool... sure is purrdy.
over 1 year ago
This is beautiful.
This is awesome.. But I read Fyoung orever.. But still awesome!
I like the merging of the y and the g to form the other letters, I like to do that as well but sometimes struggle with legibility. I could definitely read it from the thumbnail :) Lovely design!
thank you for the nice words Faheema, I apreciate it, you have some amazing works!
You are welcome, and thank you too! :)
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