Playing around with a rebranding of a ficticious case study for a possible revised book edition.
over 2 years ago
What, no salt?
Salt's not good for bulletproofing.
Love the not roundness of this.
Have you considered Superman's 5 point enclosure instead of the circle?
You could totally work a bullet into the negative space. Just sayin'.
@Alex Good suggestion. The rest of the book uses the circle target motif, but it'd be interesting to see the Superman shield.
@Bobby Like above or below the pretzel? Or maybe going through it. Intrigued now :)
Mmmmm, pretzels. Delicious looking Dan!
No going through it, because it's bulletproof.
@Dan - yup, just to try and tie the mark to the bulletproofness. Or am I missing something obvious? i.e. the link to the bullets and proofing.
(edit) Alternatively the pretzel forms B if rotated.
Yeah, agree with Alex... it'd be awesome if you could tie "bulletproof" in somehow visually.
Or bouncing off of it... Looking good so far!
Such a lovable mark.
So not paleo yet so delicious.
Can I get a shirt of that?
Kevlar pretzels that are bulletproof. What will they think of next?
Even Dan's "playing around" work is stunning.
Interesting tags you got there sir, is that type:face one going to be canonical at any point? :)
by Jacob Morse
Just a thought.
over 2 years ago
by Jimmy Thorn
Quick 10 minute mock
Kinda seeing a "b" and "p" in the loops.
Then again, you might not want to brand those letters together.
@Bryan: That's the plan :)
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