11 months ago
LOVE IT, but it feels a bit tough to read? Maybe just me, but it's just a lot of humps and bumps. The h is beautiful, by the way.
Long. Cute. "O" in "Co" seems too small. The negative space in between the descender and the bowl on the "g" feels too cramped and sharp. The flourish on the "h" might be too close to the "g"? I like. Maybe track out Beverage a bit more to match the width of the script mark?
Like the slight arc, plus the curls of the C and H. Nice balance.
First reaction, love it. Second reaction, a little chunky at time. The terminal of the o's gets a little lost, and some of the connections get a little tight. Might get hard to read at a smaller size.
Is this a customized version of Spoleto?
cool! would be very cool to do some packaging where you made the name really big on the bottle so that you had to turn it all the way around to see the entire label. Make whoever looks at it really enjoy the entire label, not just the front.
At smaller sizes I think there will be issues with some of the counters and stuff. Good forms though.
Everything @Joshua Blankenship said. But this is really hot. I like how it feels a bit blown out and blobby.
That is one long name.
love it. "nborough" seems a little chubbier than "canno"
flourish in "h" is rad
Like @Bob said, there's a lot of repetition in the letters making it hard to read, especially when it's smaller. The stroke through the O doesn't help either.
This is really beautiful. I'd clean up the insides of some of the letters and make the connections a little more distinct, basically what @Bob and @Dan are suggesting, for readability's sake. Otherwise, this is really nice! It has a perfect flow and unity, and that's probably the hardest part.
awesome typography mate! great job!
@Fuzzco™ i want to wake up to this every morning. incredible type.
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