Coming soon to Lost Type
almost 2 years ago
Love the "W" and "a" there... as well as the strong dot of the "i".
That uppercase 'N' is some gorgeousness.
The caps are awesome. cant wait
That subtitle is brilliant.
Ha - love the name. And, looks great.
Bahaha. If you've made a typeface that's become omnipresent enough that people start to hate it, you've done something really right. This looks great...
Oh I'm so looking forward to this! And I don't think I'll ever dislike Wisdom Script - it's helped me out so many times.
Because everybody likes Wisdom Script.
Yeah it's not that nobody likes Wisdom Script @James... it's that EVERYBODY loves it! I don't know if you've seen but Caribou Coffee (my favorite chain coffee shop) is using Wisdom Script for their summer drink collateral.
Looking forward to seeing the new sans in action! Love that "W".
@Joseph Alessio I can't help but cringe when I see how Caribou used Wisdom and kerned it so loosely. Ick.
@James T. Edmondson Regardless of it's overuse and popularity, Wisdom Script is still a fantastic set of letters. Looking forward to this new one!
@Jeremy I know... the printed poster in my local (on-the-way-to-work stop) Caribou is kerned well but whoever did the web images didn't even take the time to match up the connections...
Saw Wisdom Script in use by the Yankees the other day... maybe that's why no one likes it anymore? ;)
Ha ha! I love both fonts, James. I definitely like the 'W', 'N', and 'a'. Well done!
@Scott That's what I was going to say.
Best specimen copy ever.
Well done, man!
that period is badass.
Best shot I have seen today.. haha
Like every character in this shot sans the 'a', feels like it was manually selected from a different typeface and has more contrast on the bowl than the p/d and just feels like it has too much personality in comparison with it's brethren characters.
Oh, gosh, I’m stoked for this!
Gorgeous, dude. Hahaha @Scott Riley that was a joy to read.
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