This poor guy's dead for it's intended project, but maybe he'll see the light for something else, who knows.
11 months ago
Surprisingly super legible!
I may name a company Portly Guy Homes just to nab this from you. Although I'm not portly nor do I build homes, but why not?
@Zack Davenport - You think so? Thanks. That was definitely the constant concern with this guy, lol.
@Sean Fox - You've got the letters right, and that's half the battle, right? :)
At first I thought it read PGI— the H is a bit hard to make out. But really great work!
Loved this on instagram Ryan, reads perfectly!
@Zack Davenport - Yeah, that's a problem area. An earlier version was flat horizontally, and the 'H' read better, but with it "stepped" out like this, that left half of it does get a bit lost. Thanks, man!
@Glen Thorpe - Thanks, Glen!
Love the texture and typography on this one. Just a bit hard to read, but possible after pondering it for a few seconds.
I would try to get rid of the positive H and insert it into the negative space of PG :)
@Nikita Prokhorov - Thanks, man. Yeah, it was a real effort to get this one to "work" lol.
@Daniel Marina - Now there's an idea...I see it. Hmm. It's dead for this project, but I'll have to have a play with that anyway to see where it goes! Thanks, man.
Looks sweet man. Pretty legible, too bad the client didn't approve.
Everything about this I love. I wish my initials were PGH...
@Winston Scully @Christopher Baker @Tyler Deal - Thanks a ton, guys!
by Ryan Hamrick
One great thing about working with a Pittsburgh brand is that almost all rejects could be repurposed for other things...
11 months ago
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