Larger version here: http://blog.jamestedmondson.com/post/21716456397/ive-been-looking-for-an-opportunity-to-do-some
Lots of things to work on in here.
over 1 year ago
Fantastic! love the MP emblem
World-class American lettering.
Hot damn this is awesome!
Great! I'm working on a project with very similar lettering, I wish I could just rip off your beautiful "M" haha, I was trying to come up with a solution for it! This is amazing. I'd say the only bit that realistically needs work would be spacing in the "Brewing Company", the caps need breathing room in my opinion. Everything else is money!
Amazing lettering! Love it. I agree with @Joseph Alessio on the "Brewing Company" spacing, though.. very minor detail, though.
I want a drink!!
Excellent! Yeah, that 'M' is really nice and the 'B' in Brewing.
@Joseph Alessio Totally dude. Good call. And you can absolutely rip off anything you want! For the main type, I have definitely ripped off @Dan Cassaro's Highway.
outstanding work, love every bit
@James T. Edmondson and by "rip off" you mean improve upon right? Looks sharp, bud.
@James Thanks mate, I suppose at this point it's not really ripping off, since similar styling has been around for centuries, but the "M" is a bit more unique. I'll see what I come up with, and if it's over-"inspired" I'll tweak it ^_^
High class, looks great!
Such beautiful lettering!
This looks absolutely stunning. I would drink the shit out of this beer, just because of the branding/labeling alone.
You just unstoppable))
First class work, James. Beautiful.
Lovely work, @James
That M is sexy.
Wow, this is fantastic. The only thing I would say is to add more curve to the Brewing part and match the curves of company. Maybe that will allow you to work with the line under Brewing and the C in company. If not, don't connect that line and the C and add some flourishes to the end of the line, and then you could try some alternates for that capital C. :)
'd' to the 'o' to the 'p' to the 'e'. Dope.
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