word mark for a gift and collectables retail establishment based in phoenix, arizona. the idea behind the script was to emulate gift wrap ribbon. i used several different brush pens to get the 'look' i was going for.
over 1 year ago
5 from 10. Great start! This looks super sweet mate. That 'M' is curvalicious
Wow mate. lovely work!
Looks sweet, Colin. What do you think about making that dots over 'i' slightly bolder/bigger?
This is one gorgeous piece of type. Really nice work Colin!
Beautiful work as always... And as i said before...I am loving that "M" A great flow
love the playfullness
Very well done! The script does represent the gift wrap look you were going for!
You know @Colin, this is awesome right ?
Looks sweet @Colin Tierney
This is so beautiful - I love it!
Agree ... that 'M' is great. I love that the 'l' in the middle is taller than the first one.
great looking Colin!
Looks beautiful. Love the concept!
I love this one. It's perfect how well the concept is directly tied to the lettering style, it really comes across beautifully. Stunning 'M' in particular, but the piece as a whole is great.
Great flow Collin. Loving those loops.
Lookin' dope, Colin. I remember really liking this when you shot me a teaser of it a little while back. Great curves, loops, and flow, and it really reinforces the gift wrap ribbon look you're going for. @Milosz Klimek is onto something with regard to those dots. Although I actually think their size looks fine; to me, it's the size/boldness of the apostrophe that's throwing me off a bit. Honestly, I'd say that if you reduce the effect of that apostrophe, and give it a similar weight as the I-dots, this thing would be pretty much ready to ship to the client.
LOVE the M, and that S is awesome, especially the endstroke.
Actually, one other critique while I'm looking at it: the final loop of the M (right below the I) looks like it might be a tad blunt, and the resulting endstroke looks a bit too straight compared to the otherwise curvy loopiness of the other letterforms. You may want to play around with extending that loop just a bit further down, allowing you the space to achieve a bit more of a naturally rounded arc. But seriously, this is such a nitpicky comment, feel free to disregard. Just something I noticed; chances are, most people wouldn't.
great script buddy!
This is really really nice Colin.
in love with all these loops
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