Rebound with the year that you were born in, if you want. And make it look cool ;)
over 2 years ago
by Michael Spitz
Type experiments > sometimes they kind of get away from you...
Guess that sort of reads like a '4', no..?
over 2 years ago
by Dave Bailey
Hmm.. this will reveal my age, Luke!!!
Now Now Inka, Were all professionals here. What are you, like 21 or something? ;)
by Brandon Oxendine
Had this lying around. Figured I'd join in the rebound.
Ah, you're just being nice, Luke. My youngest sister is older than you ;-)
I'd love to do this but I'm afraid of all the "senior citizen" shit I'd get.
You and I, Mike :-)
@Mike&@Inka - Sure, I totally understand guys, up to you. It's Something to be proud of I reckon. I've got the utmost respect for my designing elders, and so should anyone else on here!
I have loads of respect for my elders, plus my mentor is probably older than both of you. Less excuses, more type!
by Brekk Bockrath
I didn't plan on this being set in space, but I kinda liked it.
Numerals are in Lost Type's lovely Pompadour. And the written 'seven' is set in Fatboy Husky from the recently completed Wood Type Revival foundry.
by Nick Slater
What you think! New font numbers I am working on!
by Mike Bruner
elder on board. :)
by Dennis P Kramer
Gettin' weird with 1987.
by Inka Mathew
Okay, Luke. There you have it. It's an awesome year, and I'm proud to be where I am today :-) It was a fun playoff.
by Greg Christman
Big Brother is watching.
by kirk visola
I never realized how old I was getting until I saw this and Nick's "88." Damn, I'm old. I am a bicentennial baby.
by Lee Billington
Orson Welles meets Apple meets acid trip.
by Elizabeth Perez
Trying my hand at Luke Ritchie's challenge. :) Here's my attempt at an early 90's vibe, I've been playing with it way too long.
by John Bosco
by Dave Alston
Made it the day I was born.
by Robert | Braeson ∆
by Jan Zabransky
Rebounding with the year I was born.
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