I did this lettering a few weeks ago for my OneMinuteWith interview. Conor liked it enough to ask me if he could use it as a logotype, so I was glad to make a quick jump into Illustrator to vectorize some letters.
7 months ago
yeah buddy! sweet to see this going to be the logo
Stunning! @Joachim Vu
This looks very very good!
Do you use a program to vector this?
Wish the splatter marks made it into the vector version...
In case it wasn't already obvious, since I'm going to be using it as my logo an' all: I love this.
You, Conor, this logotype and the blog... all awesome.
Beautiful work, can't wait to see this in use! (No pressure or anything @Conor). I really love how you've got that 'W' stroke reaching back to form the 't' crossbar, perfect fluidity.
Stunning. What a beauty!
love that site. Great stuff. You are such a talented cat. Love your work.
Yep! Nice man
How you just drew that, it's incredible, the accuracy is astounding!
Beautiful Joachim :) I really liked how you have designed the font there. Lovely.
Great! I love the t-W and the i-t-h interactions. @Conor's site is well deserving of such a logo!
Whilst I take literally no credit for the awesomeness of this logo, just wanted to say a huge thanks to everyone who has expressed their enjoyment of the logo, and of my blog - I can't wait to get to use it in the redesign of OneMinuteWith.
Oh, and I apologise for the entirely shameful plug, but if you want to see the article where the logo first appeared, then check out my interview with Joachim. In fact, even if you don't particularly want to see the article where the logo first appeared, check out the interview anyway. Joachim says some clever stuff in there.
@Claire Ha, thanks! Yeah, I'm not sure it's humanly possible for my design to come anywhere close to matching Joachim's logo - All I'm hoping is that it'll be an improvement on the current design (Which would not be difficult...) As for a timeframe, well, um.. I have no idea. Possibly within the next year... Come back to me in a decade, I'll probably be done around then!
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