Yay. all done. Thanks @splorp and @scottboms !!!
about 4 years ago
Looks very yummy. :)
It's gonna look *hawt* in foil too ;-)
Looks awesome guys.
Out of curiousity, how did you settle on the name "Butter Label?
quite excellent! it's all about that "r"
You know what needs butter and foil? A baked tater.
This is what I meant!
Like. Like. Like. Like. Like.
God, that's hot.
I love butter, and now I want a Butter t-shirt.
I know this is final, but the part where the bottom loop of the "B" crosses back over the stem of the "B" looks a little odd to me. The fact that I can see the outer curve of the stem inside that loop is what I'm referring to. If that bottom loop was shifted over slightly to line up with that curve of the stem I think that would release that tension.
Great point, Phil. I think we're fine with it.
@Luke - I think so too. Just couldn't resist myself. :) The final mark is smooth!
Thank you, sir. That was a good point, but i just hit veto on any and all further changes to proceed. It's not 100% but it's where we'd like it to be at this point. It was hard resisting even modifying it at all… ;)
T-shirt front: Butter Label
T-shirt back: Hot & Salty
by Luke Dorny
YAY! See you tomorrow night.
about 4 years ago
almost 4 years ago
over 3 years ago
"good artist copy great artists steal". But, touche good sir; There is nothing like a successful repurpose. Our industry is like a cultural blender. Kudos on the dope campaign and truly rad design. I tip my hat to ya'
over 1 year ago
RE: your dribbble here: http://drbl.in/goiz
it wasn't meant as a touché, nor was it meant to be a statement that my version was completely original. As you can see in the word mark you linked, a single line crossing two t's is hardly unique, in fact it's probably highly common in script or hand lettering. What was unique in mine was the oddly shaped B with a high left loop and the open bottom loop that crosses the t's. On yours, add that and add in the exact slant and the way the word curves over a horizon, which yours carries over with a bit of difficulty since your x-height changes, and it becomes strikingly similar to my own.
Great design ideas are truly captivating, so I'm honored that you liked mine.
Make the design your own and you'll find it's more rewarding. In the end, that's why I continued pushing my own design.
Well said Luke :)
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