The last shot was premature. We'd love to get some feedback on this type first.
over 1 year ago
Yeaj, very-very cool! Love it!
I like the type it fits with the style. it feels little bit of center though.
There is something a little too complicated about that "A". Would it be better as two strokes, with the legs of the "A" and a "shallow V" shape for the bar?
I like the 'A'. Those little details give it a lot of personality. For me the leg of the 'R' is pushing out a bit far but that's nitpicking. I'm loving this stuff.
Geometric goodness all the way around.
Dig it. Might be cool to see the type in outline.
Love the subtle texture...just enough...
This is great! The illustration is wonderful. I agree with Stewart though; I think the leg of the R is a bit wonky. I'm also not entirely sold on the little protrusion on the I.
This is wonderful. I agree with the comments about the R. Matching the angle of the A's legs could work.
looks pretty neat. very fitting for the piece. just to throw an idea out there– i wonder what it would look like if you took that same little triangle/branch you used on the "i" and also had one on the "p". Maybe to distribute/repeat those little elements a bit more. But, that is just if you want to look at other options. It looks great how it is :)
Is it neutraface? I agree about the A being a bit too complicated. Also consider adding a spur element from the i elsewhere?
Type looks nice. Neutraface?
i love the dot texture.
First, I really love the wolf. It has some personnality.
For the letter, I love the detail in the «A» and the «I». Maybe you can modify the R?
This is pretty awesome and the type is sweet. I'd just make the same detail than letter "I" on letter "P".
I say keep it half wonky and weird! Maybe even make another letter a bit weirder. Makes sense with the word and illustration I think?
This is amazing! I agree with ^ about keeping the spurs and stuff a bit wonky, maybe making the R's leg match the angle of the A. Also maybe about 5% smaller type to get closer to the weight of the mark. Overall, crazy fresh!
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