... custom ampersand concept for a poster. – I’m still working on the fine tuning of the stroke width.
about 1 year ago
Damn gorgeous this one.
@forsuregraphic Thank you so much, my friend!
@Andrew Terpening Huge, huge thanks, Andrew!
@Alexandr Ivanov Thank you so much, Alexandr!
Looking good :)
@Jonathan Wagener Many, many thanks, Joanathan!
Nice hompersund buddy! (The word 'ampersand' is messing with my nerves already so I made up a new one). That's how they say it in the Northern Sweden... Probably... ;)
@Alen Type08 Pavlovic Thank you for your nice »hompersund« comment, Alen!
@Robb Leef Many, many +++ thanks, Robb!
Unreal, very nice man
@Bart Vollebregt Thank you so much, Bart!
@Florin Capota Huge, huge +++ thanks, Florin!
Gonna spent some nights with Ampersand for sure :P
@Nuruzzaman Sheikh Thank you so much for your nice comment, Nuruzzaman!
The ampersand has to be one of my favorite glyphs, and Arno, you really do it great justice. Each element of your design could stand on its own, and yet they all flow together in unison so nicely. Once again, fantastic work, man.
As a side note on ampersands for those that don't know: The ampersand was originally a ligature of the Latin word "Et" (which means "and"). It's impressive to think how abstract we've come from the original letter pairing. In many people's handwriting (mine included) the Et ligature is still fairly apparent, utilizing a backwards 3 and a vertical line through it.
Anyway, it's a beautiful glyph, with a great design history, and again, you do it some fine justice, man!
@Grey Jay Thank you so much for all your nice words!!!
oh my goodness. this is beautiful!
@liping vong Huge, huge thanks for your nice comment!
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