Nice. Might I point out that the distressing on the lower-right curve of the "B" has a slight upward bend that doesn't seem to match with the edge under "BRADLEY"?
about 1 year ago
I might just need to make them more different. They shouldn't match, they should feel part of the same family.
I dig the concept. I would recommend slightly roughing up the edges of the letterforms to unite them more with the brushed effect as right now they look separate or disjointed.
@Phil Coffman thx man. After sitting with this for a day I think I agree. I have to play with the edges to give them a more cohesive feel.
I second phil's suggestion of roughing up the type a bit, to match the surrounding shape. Also, the type face choice seems a bit mundane. Maybe try something with a bit more character.
@Jonathan Bowden The character is in the external mark. Contrast is important for the internal name.
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