Killed lettering for a book cover.
9 months ago
that's a shame. looks great!
Holy moly. Diggin' it here though!
Who is this for?
@Paul Amerson Obviously a publisher/author with little sense.
Beautiful work Dan. Did you have another direction that got through?
@Jacqui Oakley Sadly no. This one got killed too: http://dribbble.com/shots/853793-The-Illusion-of-Separateness/attachments/90406 The author kind of backed out at the last minute and used one of his friends photographs for the cover.
Just don't get it sometimes. This is beautiful, as is the other option.
if they'd've used yours, there wouldn't be enough paper to print all the copies they'd sell. that's why.
"Oh sure, dump all over it and then ask how it's done. COME ON!"
(great lettering, btw).
Damn right you killed it.
this screams classy
Could this be repurposed as sort of a beautiful t-shirt non-sequitur?
I agree with @kellianderson, put that on a tee.
Speaking of which, when are you gonna put a store tab on that site of yours? WE WANT YOUNG JERKS SHIRTS AND STUFFZ ALREADY
Nice work Dan!
A trick is something a whore does for money.
That is really frustrating Dan. Both are great. I've had my fair share with last minute Publisher changes lately too. I feel your pain.
the line flow on this is just top notch. such a shame they didn't choose it!!!!
7 months ago
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