Brilliant, was really looking forward to seeing the full piece for this! How you've styled the 'o's is very nicely done – adding the little rounded parts really adds an interesting touch rather than keeping them symmetrical. Of course, the extended lower 'L' stroke is fantastic too.
11 months ago
Looks great Nick! Agree with Claire > loving those 'o's.
Came out really nice : ) Love the shading!
@Claire Coullon @Michael Spitz @Jed Bridges Thank you guys for kind words, I really wanted to finish this piece before I finish my Salvation Army Pieces. I attached a larger version if you want to check it ou!!
Damn, this is great Nick! I think the "A" is my favorite bit from this, that subtle shading the crossbar casts is killer.
Yes. The A looks awesome bro.
wonderful craftsmanship! love the detailing in the little shadows on the text...and obviously the letterforms are awesome to begin with. great work!
Excellent! Glad you posted more of this piece!
I love the way your doing the shading on the inside edges. Real nice work Nick
@Nick Slater Was hoping for The Black Keys but this looks great!
oh man! this is so sweet!!!
Awesome work, Nick. As others have said, the subtle shading (especially on the A and K) is a great touch.
Super slick dude!
Damn. Killed it man as always.
o'oo'oh - nice!
Cool stuff! Loving these 'k's
This is amazing!! So good!!
by Eva-Lotta Lamm
Yesterday, I came across Nick's lovely piece of lettering.
I love the shapes and the styling but I felt the balance was slightly off, with spaces opening up to the right a bit too much. I have been playing around a lot with lettering lately and the overall balance of a piece is the hardest thing to get right for me and I was intrigued to try out how I would solve it.
I hope you don't mind, Nick, that I had a go at shuffling around your beautiful letters.
11 months ago
Looks hot Nick!
Keep crankin em out!
Dope on steroids!
Thank you everyone for the kind words!!!
Brilliant Slater - all I can say it keep it up man.
Makes me want to work hard hard. That's my reaction to most of your work.
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