First project of the new year! Working on the album art for a friend of mine. Hope you guys like it!
about 1 year ago
OH DAMN! Adam did it again! This is really killer bud!
This is gorgeous!! Please tell me you'll find a way to foil this!
Really dig it...but I wonder if it's too close to this?
What @Danielle Evans said. Seriously, if this doesn't get on the front page I am going to rage!
So damn gorgeous.
*shuts off computer and calls it a day*
@Jason Vanlue I used a ton of pieces as inspiration including that. From what my friend said we are changing the colors around so I think that would separate it a bit from that piece. Wouldn't want to cause any dribbble DRAMA haha.
Do you think the color change would be enough of a switch? I actually modeled the line work after my "Young Guns" logo.
Nifty title and.. Well perfection over all!
Beautiful! Loving your use of lines to provide texture.
Wow ... great work Adam!
@Adam Grason - changing colors would definitely help
@Brandon Herbel haha please!!! you kill it all day every day!
I think the colors are awesome ... @Jason
@Jason Vanlue Sweet Colors are most likely changing anyway...so I think everything should be fine with that.
Last thing I want is people assuming I'm trying to rip people!
This is real nice.
@Adam Grason Although I understand both sides, I honestly believe it is hardly similar at all. It is common aesthetic in vintage labels. I also believe that not only me but, others know your original 100%. So don't worry bud.
Beautiful piece, Adam!
Man, I love this.
The only think I would love to see more of is top and bottom padding to Edwin's name. All the other text was given room to breathe a little, and giving a little more room to breathe around Edwin's name may help it stand out just little bit more.
Again, stellar work, Adam. Your work is consistently good, and it looks like 2013 is off to a great start. Cheers!
Great work, Adam!
I LOVE the type and line work on this! Your space design is baller too.
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