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My father's jewelry store had their logo lovingly crafted for them by a very talented graphic artist back in the 1970's. They have since had a portion of it scanned in (the black raster mask on the lower half). But now they needed a vector version for reordering business cards and various resizable marketing needs.
I decided to play with horizontal/vertical beziers and recreate their logo with a few minor alterations.
See if you can find them in the higher resolution version attached!
There are a few areas that I think I'll need to tweak as they're just not resonating with me. The "T" in BAnthony specifically isn't working as well as I'd initially thought.