Working on some brand buildout/collateral. Really liking where it's headed.
about 2 years ago
Oh man that is killer stuff.
Love the colors, man. The only thing that stands out is the vertical blue line off to the left.
Evan - Vertical line bad or good? I was wondering about it myself. Lose it?
I say lose it. Everything else looks super! Lots of energy for only using rectangular shapes
i love your overprint stuff, you have it on lockdown
Yeah I would lose that line - otherwise, very nostalgic feeling, which is only a good thing!
Real good man, nice.
Killer colors. Loose the vertical, looks a bit like a mistake unless there's more of it in the rest of the piece.
Yeah, sorry. Shoulda been clearer about that. Stands out in a bad way. If you can shift the shapes a little (I assume they're multiplied), I think it would resolve the issue.
Pretty neat, with slight references to http://bit.ly/kNizSs
love the colors on this
Love it. I agree the vertical lines need to bed fixed though. Kick ass none the less...
I'm really enjoying this. It gives an interesting sense of depth in some places.
Maybe see how bringing the rectangle that is creating the vertical line up a little bit, so it isn't coming over half of the shapes under it. That is the only overlap that I think could be fixed. Otherwise this is really nice. I love this color palette.
Sweet—please tell me this is for a Piet Mondrian LEGO line.
I would get rid of the vertical line too. Other than that, this is the s&!t man.
Reminds me of my childhood for some reason...in a good way. The colors are fantastic.
its playful, but restrained. very nice
I don't care if it is clichéd, Futura truly is my favourite typeface.
Love the colours in this piece as well.
Awesome stuff Scott! Lose the vert line > gold.
I love where its headin too
nice kerning on the text
almost 2 years ago
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