here is the final version, I'm really pleased with it. Always awesome to do work for family to give back! If you guys ever need screenprinting/embroidery, let me know!
about 1 year ago
looks great, lovin those shapes sandwiching the "AND"
This looks awesome!
Awesome type - hand crafted I presume?
Hot damn bro! There isn't a single thing in this I don't absolutely love about this, but I must say — that G is HOT!
Sweet mother of holy fucking shit. That is soooooooo nice. Man, brilliant. What if since 1989 was in a little black ribbon?
Holy crap this is amazing!
Stunning work Neil, absolutely love it!
Love everything about this Neil. The whole piece just fits together like a puzzle. Nicely done!
Yes! Great to see this, it looks absolutely fantastic. Minor detail, but I think the little white dot on the second 'e' looks a little out of place, especially in smaller sizes (not sure if it's part of the texture but it doesn't appear anywhere else).
The only other thing I'd say is that the divider line seems a little unnecessary. I liked how the tagline (especially the 'And') looked without it in the previous version, but on the other hand it does bring in a nice, linear contrast. Anyway, beautiful work again!
As others have already stated... LOVE IT. Awesome work.
fantastic work, Neil.
I do agree with Claire on the divider line, don't think its needed.
really did a good job on this baby.
Also, agree with Claire the typography queen.
Thanks for all the love guys! My dad really liked the line underneath, thats why I kept it as I originally didnt have it.
Excellent work! I have to say the divider line is unnecessary, but... I'd do anything for my dad, so a minor detail like that is certainly permissible!
This is great work. I thoroughly enjoy the G and L
Man, I am diggin' those SEXY curves! This type makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Fantastic job, Neil.
@Simon Walker would be proud!
Thanks guys!!! Cant believe all the great feedback!
@Brice Beasley hes the man, love his work.
absolutely brilliant work here neil.
@Colin Tierney Thanks man!
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