Working up some labels.
3 months ago
I'm not a huge fan of serif i's mixed in to a san serif (unless the piece is really geometric and industrial). I know that's entirely a personal preference, but it's like they're screaming at me in the "ORIGINAL" text.
Everything else looks great, love the flag.
Good stuff, I particularly like I's that have crossbars and there's nothing odd about them. My only critique is the mixture of a hand-lettered script and super clean type. Have you thought about hand-lettering all of the sans-serif type? Or at least tracing the font and scanning in to give it the same feel as the script.
A hotmail account? Really? The design is great, as always.
You can like them, I said it was a personal preference, but they are odd. It's one serif character in the midst of san serif characters, that is by definition odd.
I guess as people grow up with Verdana and Tahoma it will be less strange. Another thing to blame Microsoft for I guess. (mostly joking)
Looks great. The I crossbars don't bother me but I did read "Grarola" at first on the script.
These colors are really nice.
Also, I agree with Brendan. The r and n is very similar and could be misread at first glance.
@Ryan Rushing @Brendan Pittman
Do you have any suggestions to make the "n" less "r"ish.
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