Incorporating Luke Ritchie's kind input. Tighter kerning (if one can say that in this context), more flexibility about the way the lettering fits in the bottle.
UPDATE: Read more about it and see some close-ups here.
over 1 year ago
Beauty, but I'm not sure which one is better this or the previous one... hmm...
Looking good :) You could probably cut out the inside part that overlaps the curl and the bottom line..?..
Beautiful logo, Ema. I love how organic it is. Looks like a luxury brand too.
@Luke: As in create some white space around the curl of the M where it cuts the bottle bottom?
@Milosz: I tend to think this is better, especially when applied. The other one was getting weak at small sizes - lines were too thin, the space between letters too large.
@Gert, Inka: Thanks guys! Just don't tell the client it looks like a luxury brand :)
@Ema yip! either inside, or outside, or both. depending on what looks better
Es Niiiice... very clever, the type turned out great!
this looks very nice, it's a bit hard to read imo because of the S that sits on both lines of the word , (maybe this could be fixed and have the upper part of the S form the bottle neck..just saying )
Great work anyway!
It turned out great.
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