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Illustration for the official Twitter Channel of Henrik Ibsen.
Was a fun project and the client was pleased.
The best kind :)
Here's some quick Wikipedia-facts for those of you who might not be familiar with the subject:
Henrik Ibsen (20 March 1828 – 23 May 1906) was a major 19th-century Norwegian playwright, theatre director, and poet. He is often referred to as "the father" of modern drama and is one of the founders of Modernism in the theatre.
about 2 years ago
Thanks for a well executed project :) My client is happy happy!
Nice. You might also add:
'He is often referred to as "the father" of mutton chops.'
You my friend, has an excellent illustration style.
Which typeface is that Emir?
@Gunder: More faceprojects please! ;)
@Ryan: Thanks. Haha, he was indeed!
@Anders: Cheers for the kind words. The typeface is Nevis. Added it now to the tags. (edit: Neutra, not Nevis)
More will come your way. Trust you me!
Is it the angle or did you adjust it? Lowered the focal point on the E and R?
I apologize Anders. My bad, it was actually Neutra.
Similar names and fairly similar fonts, hehe.
Nice use of Nevis Bold Emir (or is it fat) ;)
also like your illustration style here yo!
@Gert - Thanks buddy! But like I pointed out earlier, I named the wrong font at first. It's actually Neutra (style: titling) and not Nevis bold.
Oh well, whatever you say Emir. You're the expert on retro fonts ;)
@Gert - Haha, as if ;)
Great Illustration ... works great with the font. Absolutely love this peace!
@Peter - Thanks a bunch Peter. I liked how the type went along with the illustration too. But it was merely for presentation of the piece. They're using the avatar w/o the type.
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