This is an eszett (ß), one of M. Giovambattista Palatino's glyphs I vectorized for the Colosseo poster.
Take it and make something creative, and then dribbble it. 2 players whose rebounds receive the most likes, and 2 other players whom I choose based on awesomeness, will win an exclusive "martian" edition of my poster, which, coincidentally, was also the product of a rebound. (This poster is not for sale, and only 15 were made!)
Grab the EPS here if you like. Contest ends this Monday, April 12, at 11:59pm EST.
UPDATE: Contest finalists have been announced. Thank you all for participating!
UPDATE (again): Contest winners announced!
about 4 years ago
Bring it on.
by Bastian Allgeier
about 4 years ago
by Ste Grainer
Quick and simple. Might play with some other ideas that came up while I was creating this one later. (Multiple submissions allowed?)
by Philipp Schmitt
by Faruk Ateş
by Shaun Inman
But things were finally looking up.
by Paul Kelley
by Artem Pereverzev
It will be alright, man!
by Tuhin Kumar
This is an Indian "Rangoli" for those who are unaware with the Indian traditions. Colored powder "abir" is used to create these on the floor during our festivals, in particular during the Holi. Hope you guys like it.
Started out trying for Obama, ended up with more of a sad-faced Conan.
by Tim O'Connor
...I work at a Catholic University.
by Paul Armstrong
by Craig Henry
It's in there.
by Danny Outlaw
Call me egotistical, but the first thing I saw when I looked at this was how I could recreate my avatar with it. Version1.1
by Jesse Gardner
Be sure to read the small print.
I agree with Anton on the number of Followers issue. By the way, Craig simply killed it! Woof Woof! Never in my wildest dream could I have come up with that one.
by Eren Emre
ß = bbb.
I wish I had the dribbble logo eps too.
@Anton I agree. I wonder if posting the contest ahead of time with both open and close date/times so everyone has time to prepare something to post at the same time.
by Rob Soulé
I've heard the feedback from some of you, and I agree (mostly). So we'll do 4 winners: 2 for the most likes, which encourages you to make something worth liking, and 2 of my choosing based on a completely subjective awesomeness rating. Play on.
by Mirko Echghi-Ghamsari
by Phillip Lovelace
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