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Not the easiest style to do in vector, but thought it came out really nicely.
about 1 year ago
Love the styling of the jar. I wonder how it would look with a different typeface for the "capture the moment". Maybe something more italic, or even a sans-serif. Really great job though. Looked like watercolor to me.
@Lindsay Mindler Yeah I originally had a nice handwritten script, but the client wanted to make sure it would be legible at smaller sizes. Tried a sans serif but it just looked to modern.
Ahh totally understandable. Have you tried an all-caps serif or slab-serif? Still looks awesome though!
This looks really nice!
Love this whimsical illustration style. I wonder if the type could be taken in that direction?
Wow, looks great!
I've learnt that 'Patter' is something completely different in Denmark...
Still, really nice work. A different style to the norm :)
Love the mark, great style, Sean.
Love the jar, not so much with the font.
Must've taken ages to do in vector. Fantastic work.
Really impressive @Sean Farrell. I appreciate you stretching the boundaries of a vector-based mark.
This is beautiful, and unbelievable that it's a vector. It's so light and airy. I love it!
So great! I love the watercolor look. well done @Sean Farrell What's the font by the way?
Some good stuff you have there, sir.
@Tanner Mardis It's livory.
@Sean Farrell Thanks so much!
Patter is boobs in danish.
Really great (and different for you) Sean. Love it!
Man this is so good!
Impeccable work Mr Farrell. You've captured a really unique moment within this mark. I personally feel that this type is beautiful and really want to give you major kudos for using serifs. With the dawn of moderne, it's rare to see anyone use them in the flooded sea of Gotham and other sans faces!
Totally agree with @Jared Granger. Love the type choice. Everything about this is perfect, in my opinion. And that's not hyperbole.
*jumping chest bump
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