A re-brand in development for a local tavern in Boone, NC.
6 months ago
Like the simplicity here, but any significance to the light being off-kilter? Also, Lobster font?
The orientation has no significance other than the fact that it lines up very nicely with the type. And alas, it is lobster. Honestly, it is just there as a placeholder until I can find a script that I like enough to purchase and use for this project. Any suggestions? I hate that people have made lobster such a cliche.
Gotcha--and I didn't mean it as 'oh, lobster, SCOFF'....rather, was just confirming that's indeed what it was.
Two (good) script freebies that could work for it would be Lavanderia (the sturdy version) or Mission Script. Both are available here for free DL: http://www.losttype.com/browse/
No worries! I read you right. I was just venting about the explosion of lobster popularity. I seem to see it everywhere. Big fan of Lost Type though. Lavenderia might be a little feminine. I'll have to try Mission Script and see how it looks.
by Corwin Harrell
Finalizing the logo. The lamp was re-drawn. Decided to experiment with a little texture, and to go ahead and use Lobster regardless of how cliche it may have become. Other scripts just don't seem to do the job and I think it suits this mark well.
6 months ago
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