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This is a tribute to The Academy of Design Professionals, a recent release by none other than @Andy Rutledge.
I wrote an article with our pledge and endorsement to The Code of Professional Conduct on Bold Perspective:
Article → http://bldp.tv/H0RU
The original logo is designed by Andy and hand drawn with permission.
over 1 year ago
So beautiful. Thank you.
Wow, nice job.
Great! Agreed that professionalism is integral to the design industry, unprofessionalism (i.e. poor quality work becoming the norm or what's expected due to the elance/99designs/etc approach to the field) has already taken quite a toll. Great initiative on @Andy's part, and nice drawing!
All of your hand made work is so impossibly clean, I could never do this. I've got some serious respect for your skills.
@Jason Carne You kidding me, man? Look at this beaut you made!
@Sean McCabe - Detailed stuff that looks like it was done by hand is actually easier than making it look like it was done by a machine (which is what you do)! This shot looks like it was done on a computer, all of the sizing/kerning/tracking/etc. is dead on. I don't have that much control with a pen.
Love it dude.
really great bro!
@Sean McCabe Awesome ++
This is so beautifully drawn, exactly what @Jason was saying about the attention to detail. The mark in particular could actually be printed – those are some seriously smooth, considered lines. I love how that serif looks drawn by hand too, it gives it such a unique quality.
Edit: I almost forgot: very nice article by the way. It reads really nicely and you always have such good word choice.
I like the logo; unfortunately, I can't stand the book (which isn't your fault). But, you've done a great job drawing all of this by hand. Kudos!
@Justin L. Hey, what's the book you're referring to? I'm only aware of the website.
Just realized maybe you were referring to Design Professionalism. Is that the one?
@Sean McCabe Yes, that's the book. Don't get me wrong, professionalism is definitely important and needed in our industry, but I just completely disagree with @Andy Rutledge's methodology and principles.
With all that being said, your work is genius, so kudos! Congratulations on being interviewed by Dribbble by the way! You deserve the spotlight :)
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