Some custom type for a local business. The logo was inspired by the stone mile markers found all throughout New England.
9 months ago
Your work is *always* so thoughtfully done. Love it.
Elegant work Jennifer.
seriously nice lettermarks.
1. That R is classic. 2. I grew up off a Post Road.
Thanks so much everyone!
Love the overall feeling.
So nice and clean.
Uhh, love that R
I'm a big fan of your work, and love the direction this is going. The mark seems to attempt a balance between sophisticated elegance and colloquialism, as I think much of your work does. If I may, I'd like to offer some critical feedback in the spirit of collegiality. The T and D would both benefit from being letterspaced closer. There appears to be 3 kinds of serifs - the lower, concave, bracketed serif on the S stands out the most and doesn't seem to harmonize with the upper beak. The weight of the leg of the R seems just a hair heavy at its origin and through the middle. Just opinions, of course, and given with the utmost respect.
Nice work. The R and O fit perfectly.
R & O, perfect. S, gorgeous.
@Jennifer Lucey-Brzoza This is stunning! I love the R, it flows really nicely
You just got yoself a follower
This is very very nice I would love this as a typeface, however as @David Wolske said a few refinements, the weight at the bottom of the S weight is a bit light, I can see why the kerning is different though - for alignment right? anyway I love it.
very goddamn elegant
Elegant, sophisticated...nice job!
I don't know. I'm not sure if I love it to pieces or to death. But I do love it.
Epic work, like the uniqueness of the 'S'. Would be great to see the work flow!
5 months ago
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