Was excited to work on a logo for a bakery based in Norway that I made for Tank http://www.tank.no/site/ but the project was stopped indefinitely after the concept was polished some time ago so I decided to show this work.
about 1 year ago
That's lovely. I read Bakehusel at first though. What is the font you used for the line underneath? Or is that hand lettered as well?
@Eva-Lotta Lamm Thanks a lot! This T was provided with the conception sketched and the studio asked to keep it. The line underneath is hand lettered too.
Тёзка, порадуйся за меня - я беру весь, полностью на бор Pilot Paralell Pen
А то все ворчали - заказывать или приивозить надо.
Он уже в Киеве.
Кстати, взял кслассные кисти - колонок, но грамма 3 жидкости держат:)
@SB Радуюсь:) А я всё больше пользуюсь двумя самыми широкими Пилотами.
I also read Bakehusel at first glance, but it is very lovely.
4 b 6?
@Dalius Stuoka Thanks!
мелочи тоже беру:)
Its superb @Sergey
Кстати, Серый., возьми как нить поролон, мокни в тушь. и махни по формату А0 :)
@Muhammad Ali Effendy Thanks man!
@SB Кстати, надо попробовать.
Кстати тоже прочел l на конце
Love your work brotha! I want fresh bread now!
That 'k' is killer. I love the continuity it has with the 'e'.
This is great.
I had the same problem with 't' which I read as 'l', tough I love the feeling in this one Sergey.
очень красиво, особенно для бакалеи
Буква В не очень узкая?
cool as usual
but don't you think 'h' and 'k' are falling down a little bit?
Love this, so clean
Love when "clients" communicate like that. It just proves how bloody amateur they are, a really "great" prerequisite for the future of their company.
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic A lot of agencies have a good-looking wrap and seem worthy to collaborate with but finally disappoint with their ways of dealing and appreciating other designers' work and time.
Beautiful work man.
one of my favorites of yours Sergey!
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