9 months ago
Dude, that "yard"...oh man, so good.
I don't like the way the 'd' clashes with the 'N', but the type is gorgeous.
@Jack Bingham recommendations?
I faced the same issue when I was working on a header a while back. Applying a stroke seemed to help. http://dribbble.com/shots/265885-Immersion
@jack hmm. I tried that route and it didn't seem appropriate since the ascender on the d was the only issue where this occured. It feels better when there are more. I think its probably working pretty well, but let me know if you have other thoughts :)
Re: solving the ascender issue, maybe give it a touch more breathing room at the top—everything else about the logo is airy and spacious, but that top relationship is cramped.
Also, something about the connection between the y-a seems off, like that's not a natural stroke.
Very good, what fonts did you use?
@Joshua Blankenship interesting. So the area between IRON and THE? Also the y-a is standard for "Fancier Script", but may be a weak spot. I see the small area you're talking about. Good eye.
@Matthew Smith I'm talking about the space between the d's ascender and the diagonal on the N where it almost touches but it doesn't. It's the only tight thing in an otherwise airy logo.
Does grass grow in an iron yard?
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