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I hope that's not a font.
yeah that has to be hand drawn, the three counters on those es all are variable (or at least the first in Meier is different than the second, unless my eyes are playing tricks on me).
I take it back, I do hope it's a font because it's definitely an amazing one.
I'll redraw it for £100 a letter, plus benefits.
why do you insist on being such a dick, nonospaced?
It could easily be a font (something like Caslon Swash?) that someone's finished off in PS or something - I'm not particularly saying it is that, but just that I can easily envisage doing it that way to get a result better than if I started from scratch.
- I certainly was not being a dickmonospaced
- I also pointed out that it would be an impressive font and that I wished it were.monospaced
- ok, i said 'nah it's a font' up there - that's what you're reacting to. Fair enough. I should've been vaguer.detritus
- Apologies if you took it as combativemonospaced
- But in all honesty I wasn't reacting to you, I was simply trying to help the original postermonospaced
- how did you get mono being a dick? I didn't get that tone at allGnash
- I didn't get that vibe eitherdbloc
- nope dont get it either.. better yet mono shared a decent linksureshot
- Let's all hug it out and then go for ice cream.CyBrainX
Ignore the L and M and it's a pretty straightforward script font. The L and M just have some manipulation/cuts.
I'm 95% percent that is handrawn. I met a guy who used to work for vans and he was the guy that hired the creatives. Always hired the exact same designer for work like this. Once this guy left vans and started his own company he called the exact same guy to draw the logo for his new company. Was once in the same room as the guy who drew that without knowing until the vans' guys told me once he had left. The vans' guys also once showed me his portfolio and every he did was exactly like that lettering. I am 90% sure that Luke Meier lettering was in his portfolio.
I just can't remember his name or site.