New Lettering


13 Responses

  1. Lila Symons Lila Symons

    I'm thinking of turning this into an actual font. I think the letters that need work are the d and the a. I also have to think about capitals.

    almost 4 years ago

  2. Ahmed Chergaoui Ahmed Chergaoui

    well, that's intimidating ;)
    Nice one Lila :)

    almost 4 years ago

  3. lisa romero lisa romero


    almost 4 years ago

  4. Brendan Zabarauskas Brendan Zabarauskas

    Woah, your stuff is great. *follow*

    I agree about the d and a. Did you do these by hand?

    almost 4 years ago

  5. Rumsey Taylor Rumsey Taylor


    almost 4 years ago

  6. Lila Symons Lila Symons

    Brendan, yes I did.

    over 3 years ago

  7. Lila Symons Lila Symons

    Yes I did. I would like to get this one on the computer. One of these days, I will.

    over 3 years ago

  8. Brendan Zabarauskas Brendan Zabarauskas

    I love the dots on the eyes by the way. They're have so much character.

    over 3 years ago

  9. Michael Spitz Michael Spitz

    Very nice!

    over 3 years ago

  10. Tiffany Wardle de Sousa Tiffany Wardle de Sousa

    This would be an interesting font. In addition to the great letterforms the opentype programming will really make it sing. I mean being able to program the bounce into it all. House Industries used some fancy opentype glyph replacement to really send Ed Interlock over the edge. I can't find the information right now, but here is a small explanation.


    over 3 years ago

  11. John Boardley John Boardley

    Please do. I like it. Tiffany’s right about OpenType programming. Like the variation in the height of the i-dots too.

    Overall has me thinking of a rebellious Linotype Gneisenauette. She might also inspire you for the caps.


    over 3 years ago

  12. Christian Antolin Christian Antolin

    I love your work Lila! ;)

    almost 2 years ago

  13. Jason Arias Jason Arias

    Hot damn, that's lyrical.

    over 1 year ago

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