Would really love to hear your opinion on that cover. What do you think? I'm thankful for any kind of feedback and suggestion. Thanks.
Mensch (Thin) by @Morgan Allan Knutson
Edmond Sans (Regular) by @James T. Edmondson
10 months ago
Damn good looking cover. Love the type styles and composition.
Wow ... thanks @Brice :)
I really like the overall look of this. The photograph and the offset mirror effect. I'm reading In A World of first instead of Loving Life. I'm assuming the title is supposed to be "A Loving Life In a World of Broken Relationship"? If yes, A LOVING still needs to be first tied together with LIFE. I actually just noticed the "A" at the last minute before I posted this comment. So just rework the type arrangement I think.
Thanks @Inka ... I needed this kind of feedback. Your assessment was right, the title is "A Loving Life - In a World of Broken Relationships" ...
I actually missed the A at first... but really think this is beautiful! so nicely done.
It looks b-e-a-u-t-i-f-u-l, though I think a few things could be adjusted to make it even better.
• When I look at it, I read "A in a world of loving broken relationships life". Though after I realized that that probably wasn't the tile I understood that one one was the subtitle.
• I think that the, what seems to be, inverted border around the outside is a little to "in your face". I think it's worth taking a swing at making it more subtle in some way.
• Last of all, it took me a moment to find the first "A" in the title. At first glance, I thought it was just an oil rig.
Thanks for the feedback @Katie and @Daniel! It will help to develop the cover.
Offtopic: You sing AWESOME @Daniel :)
Beautiful cover man. Yeah I think the "A" is the only thing throwing me off. Sitting right on the horizon the A feels placed in the landscape where the other words float over the layout.
That was kind of the idea (optical illusion)... @Zach :)
'Tidy' design, nice
Thanks @Rakeem :)
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