about 1 year ago
love it. VIntage and great looking!
love this one!
what is the arrow for ? just curious
@Joy Liu Incorporating an element from their existing type. http://pixelunion.net/
Really great! I like the floppy :)
by Richie Stewart
and the last one, I swear.
about 1 year ago
I think I like this one the most. Great work on these man.
Again, I so deeply love the technical execution, but the vintage aesthetic — especially now with the depiction of antiquated storage media — says nothing about pixels or new technology.
Don't hate me, Richie! If this were for a computer repair shop, or a shop that specializes in restoring/selling vintage computers/electronics, man, this would be SO spot on.
I'm just failing to make the connection to pixel-pushers.
@Jon Stapp dude its cool man! I appreciate the honest feedback and definitely can see a ton of merit in your suggestions.
Great work! Is there any reason/meaning for the star next to goods?
This one's my favorite. Well done.
Probably one of my fave dribbble's ever. Must be the floppy reminiscence. And that's not a euphemism. :)
@Roberto Ortiz Thanks! The star is just a little element to offset the type so the 's' in goods and the 'd' in digital share the same baseline
That little P wing detail is genius.
Your work is really solid and the texture is spot on.
Love the detailing..Great work!
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