A logo I designed earlier this year for: http://inkbutter.com/
This was a very complex logo to create which involved a lot of preliminary sketching. I will eventually post more details about the design process including concept sketches on my Art of Hand Lettering blog when I have some free time available.
almost 2 years ago
EXCELLENT! It’s great that you are here. – Welcome, Alan!!!
Great work Alan.
inkbutter is great site I watch frequently,and this logo is top notch man!
Also just checked your website crazy stuff!
very excited to see more!
Welcome to Dribbble Alan! Beautiful work!
That is delicious!
Welcome Alan! You have fabulous works both on dribbble and your blog.
Thank you all so much for the nice greetings.
As I recall, there may have been 50 preliminary sketch studies for the Ink Butter logo project. I had to figure out how to lock up the cap I and B. The client originally had a set type logo to start with too much going on and not easy to read. I do plan to post my follow up for this project in a week or so.
Next project I plan to show is lettering used for a wine label. This one required a rather tight sketch for client approval and has a lot of B/W contrast issues to resolve as the lettering conforms to a wine glass shape. I will post images and details for the wine label after the holidays.
This is incredible.
Awesome. Great job.
All-around great job - line weights are spot on.
I actually love the fact that it looks this great without any special visual effects applied: no dust, no scratches, no shadows, no transparencies, no 3Ds - pure, clean, calligraphic sex!
Last night I had some time available to post the concept sketches at my blog:
Quite a bit of sketching for this one and well worth the effort.
This was featured on www.typeverything.com
really tight and bold. nice!
WOW! This type is amazing! Top notch skills!
amazing work dude!
ICONIC ! this is génial !
I love that 'I', and 'B' too. And 'k'... And everything. =)
over 1 year ago
@Alan Ariail I really like this one mate! Great!
5 months ago
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