Here's the third concept for this album art, this time with a map theme and a focus on Typography. Full size attached. Any feedback welcome.
over 1 year ago
What an awesome name for a band! :P
Just a personal preference, but I've never liked the Brush Script typeface.
Me neither Joshua! I actually disabled it on my computer for a while as I just assumed I would never use it, but it seemed to work for this project.
I'd have to agree with Joshua. I think it's because it became one of those default script fonts that are so ubiquitous. Otherwise, looks great!
I have to say the Brush Script feels out of place. Maybe something old and weathered-looking to go with the old map in the background? Like a weathered italic/cursive Caslon or something....
Poor old Brush Script! I know what you mean. I think I liked it because it felt like something you'd see on an old map or the front of a travel journal. I guess I could change it, but I wanted something hand-written looking for the word 'journey'. I'll have a play. That being said, the client might not even go for this concept so I might not need to. Thanks for the feedback everyone!
I'm gonna go against the grain.. I love the choice to use Brush Script here, I think it' totally works. Great type layout and texture.
I also think the brush script works fine here. I love the colors as well.
What about Brody? It's got a similar cheekiness, but it's not quite as over-used as Brush Script.
Thanks for the suggestion Brad. Brody is nice! I'm on the lookout for a nice script font. I like the look of Coffee Service too.
I wish I had a script font to fall back on...but they're so hard to find. I like Coffee Service more than Brody. But that "J" will need some work :)
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