Finally getting around to this brand buildout.
about 1 year ago
Amazing as usual.
Really nice Scott. Love everything about this.
Love this but what i really loved about the menu is that it had a bunch of overlays and fields but it was more structured like, nothing was angled.
@Kyle Anthony Miller I can see that. I'll experiment with both. Thanks for the feedback.
I'm loving this! I think maybe it could be just a little less messy to help with readability?
Your layouts are awesome.
You ever thought about using a round corners script to make the close up of the horse head less live-tracey?
@Ryan Harrison Planning on just completely redrawing that eventually. We're still a long way from print.
lookin good. i think the legibility is fine, any information people need to see is right there to see. i agree about keeping everything straight vs the slant. and i agree about the horse head, if you use it blown up like that it would be nice to have a version thats real tight and vectory free, but sounds like thats the plan already.
@Brent Couchman @Ryan Harrison Yeah totally agree about the head. I want it to look more like an old school etching. When it's small it holds that aesthetic fine but I'm gonna have to ink it myself for these sort of uses.
I always love this part of a branding process. So much fun to make collateral/stationary.
I enjoy it. Maybe you could actually hand draw the lines and scan in as oppose to using an illustrator preset brush?
I love the feel of this Scott! I do agree with the previous comments about straightening the lines a bit and making them hand drawn but overall this piece is great. Has a CS Anderson feel to it too, which I love. :) Thanks for sharing!
My favorite part is how it's all awesome.
Watch out for that W-A kerning. Looking good otherwise!
Beautiful! You have the perfect combination of type and graphic elements that really play well off of each other.
Good catch @Riley Cran thanks!
Looks amazing but it feels like there could be too many lines possibly. :)
i don't know how you do it, but that is some nice work!
Really cool typography and layout Scott!
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