What started as a t-shirt design turned into four different fonts. The beginning of "Workers," a typeface based on Aaron Draplin's logo for United Pixelworkers. Regular, Swash, Inline, and Inline Swash in the attachment.
over 1 year ago
Looking good. It definitely lends itself to the inline versions. The regular version honestly isn't doing much for me. Since it's obviously a display face, why not just stick with the inline versions? Maybe the regular version could be optimized for 16-20 pt for subheads?
Liking where this is going Jay.
That's pretty ball'n man. Took me a minute to get the S on the solid ver. tho and I am not sure I would of got it out of context. Maybe something like this would be more legible or as an alternate: http://cl.ly/0T1J2E0J451r3H220P2i
@Matt Braun Yeah, the S is a problem. The B/E/F are gonna be problems too. Not enough vertical space to fit everything in.
This is awesome, Jay! Maybe the S would be less problematic if it were upside-down so the curve is on the bottom? (It looks better when I test it by tilting my head, at least ;)
I agree about the "S", but apart from that, would love to have the Inline.
by Trevor Connolly
over 1 year ago
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