A logo for my sister-in-law, who takes vintage flatware and stamps messages into them with a hammer and metal type.
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over 1 year ago
I love this. So simple but eye popping. Great work man.
Indeed. I like the little detail underneath "time" and I dig the shape of the badge a lot.
Love the texture
Texture is sweet dude..nice work
Really nice shape, like this a lot!
The overall shape and typography and symbols feel very right for flatware. I think this is well done. (I suppose the texture is nice too, but that shouldn't matter one bit.) ;)
I echo Kurtis' statement about the shape of the badge. Did you customize the "F" and "H"? Nice work dude.
This is beautiful, Seth. It feels so perfect for the subject and the execution is so nicely done. It has just the right amount of restraint and detail, I really like it. The crossbars on 'F' and 'H' seem a little thin or high up to me (although it only stood out to me in the bigger version), but I love how they create a wonderful balance between start and end.
@Maria Frey Thanks Maria! She wants to expand beyond flatware at some point, so any direct references to forks and spoons were out of the question. I looked at hundreds of old silverware handles and tried to incorporate some of what I saw into the shape and style of this, without getting too ornate.
@Matt Pamer Yes, and thanks for the reminder about LHF!
@Claire Coullon I think you're right Claire. The crossbars do seem a little thin. Thanks, great feedback!
such a nice type choice and execution.
WOW! Great design, very fitting for what she does! I'd love to see her work some time, it sounds amazing.
This is really fun! I really dig the arrangement.
The only thing I'd consider tweaking would be the top of the "E" on the last word.
I can't wait to see the final!
@Andy Luce I had extended it a little, thought it helped with the balance. Too awkward? Thanks man.
Personally, I think its a bit too much - have you tried skewing it? A tiny percentage even, so that it fills that space a bit more? Another option could be extending the middle bar of the E a smidge. Regardless, its extremely close to being a done deal.
Love the type treatment! The execution is amazing!
Love it...has a touch of 'Esther' about it!!
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