Jan. 14 '13
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Anoma, a formal fashionwear startup based in Northern UK, the name is actually an amalgamation the two founders; Anna & Norman.
Is it just me or is the M leaning a little too far forward, in contrast to the O & A?
maybe just a little bit (but not much). also, have you tried bumping up the \'m\' and \'a\' a few clicks? really like how this one turned out, josh.
Josh, I think 'noma looks good, A needs some work?
Thanks for input guys, it\'s certainly not \'there\' yet :)
@Colin; bump up as in size, weight or position?
@Mike; A bit busy is it?
position, sorry. as for the \'A\' i would like to see it without that swash going out to the left. not that it\'s a bad thing at all, just would like to see how it works with a simpler solution. perhaps the \'An\' crossbar could finish out to the left instead?these are all thoughts, josh...feel free to ignore because i really do like what you\'ve done here.
Yeah I think so, keep going back to the A, maybe the right side needs more lean to it??
@Colin - All good, just clarifying :) I definitley agree that this can be streamlined/simplified further.
@Mike Angles clashing :)
the hand sketch looks better than the white on blue :D
what is the original typography?
BuffetScript ;) alternates A and a are in the glyphs
lol non mais toi tu les connais vraiment toutes par coeur ;)
A hand sketch doesn't scale as well :D
Thanks peeps :) And yes, the working template was Buffet Script, the biggest difference is the treatment of the N.
I actually always prefered the serif option, as in my opinion it was better for longevity...but c'est la vie :)
'A hand sketch doesn't scale as well :D' hahah yeah i know but if you could vectorized it :D
Just wait till when this becomes science fact; http://i-cdn.apartmenttherapy.com/uimages/at/ChrisPerez/tony_stark_interactive_3d_hologram.jpg
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