Thinking about getting posters for our office. Probably gonna have to convince Brad and Jessie. These two feature motivational quotes from some of our heroes: Steve Jobs and Mr Chi City.
The kerning and horizontal positioning of the text is not final. I'm aware that some words look off-center.
UPDATE: I've updated the vertical spacing and removed the word "and" from the poster on the right. Here are the updated versions: LINK!
Please, feel free to comment below, just keep it constructive.
12 months ago
Me? I'd remove the "and."
@Raj Ramamurthy I know *exactly* what you mean. I tried without, it seemed weird. I don't want to add a comma. The other option seems to be a + sign between the two (per the original).
The Real Artists Ship one is awesome, although it seems like moving the logo up vertically would help the spacing. Be sure to get it plaque-mounted instead of just sticking it up - looks good and pretty inexpensive.
Possibly a very thin dash, acting as a separator could work.
For "simple" posters as these, half of the work lies outside the computer, when choosing the printing process and paper.
Do you have an idea about their dimensions?
This is pretty, I would love to have these in my office.
@Louie Mantia Pay homage to the original, plus sign!
Would pay $$ for the Real Artists Ship poster — the spacing is off, but being nitpicky on Dribbble is passé.
Let me know if you sell them :)
I like the "ship" one because of the pun, maybe you could find more quotes that have that kind of playfulness. It'd be a nice theme across the lot.
Love these, would buy both.
@Courtny Cotten Yeah, you're probably right.
Dig the updated version.
Get money + get paid, aiight aiight.
What if the anchor went in between get money & get paid?
Another vote for the updated version beating the absolute pants off the first version!
Can't say I agree with what you said about removing the "and"— I think it looks great without.
+1 for the updated version!
I think the spacing looks odd without the and. Perhaps a greater space between "get money" and "get paid"?
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