Testing out an identity by attempting to design a vintage-looking ID system. @Corben's monogram came out cool.
about 1 year ago
Looks killer. Do I spot a little C and O in the & in the B monogram? That's Inception-level nesting, nicely done.
All dark blue letterhead is intense, caught me off guard. I know it's just a test, but I want to see how it would fly in real life.
Yeah, the monogram has a hidden "&" as well as "C" + "O" (Co).
I nabbed a sample of French's Night Shift stock to test out some letterpress ideas and decided to just play around with a dark letterhead. Definitely not feasible ... or is it? :)
Looks cool, Roby. The color palette is very nice. Dark letterhead... you'd have to write with white or silver ink pen all the time then :-)
Why not use the mustard color for letterhead? Then the #10 can be dark blue. You can print the addressee with mailing label.
I love this! The yellow and blue are a great choice!
@Inka Mathew Yeah, that's what I would probably do. I was mainly just playing around.
I see. If it's a personal note card or personal LH, you might be able to get away with dark blue. Just include a box of nice silver gel pens in the price quote and give those to the client ;-)
Gold gel pen will fix that right up. Looks solid.
@cesar Thanks dude! I agree on the gold pen. That would be most righteous.
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