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by serhos • Uploaded: Sep. 29 '09 - Gallerized: Feb. '11

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Description: That`s the final.

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Tags: hand-writing typography callygraphy
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Rincon Sep. 29 '09

I like the type treatment

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birofunk Sep. 29 '09

brilliant type Sergey, big fan of your work

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serhos Sep. 29 '09

Thank you all guys!

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Chad Sanderson Sep. 29 '09

All your type work is fantastic.

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serhos Sep. 30 '09

Chad, Sean thank you for you appreciations)
Chad, like your lettering too!

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ourstu Apr. 11 '10

That's Beautiful.

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stanjuan Feb. 09 '11

Love your custom typography.

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hamidos Feb. 10 '11

nice type.. i like the idea..

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serhos Feb. 10 '11

Thank you lady and gens:)

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myway999 Feb. 11 '11

creamy, rounded, sweet: great type tratment, mate!

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LadyGrey Feb. 12 '11

fine calligraphy, Serhos

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LogoForge Feb. 15 '11

Very nice, but am I the only one who feels the 'g' and 'y' should be more similar?

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eflair Feb. 16 '11

Gorgeous type. Nice.

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zephyr Feb. 17 '11

Great design! This would also really pop in B/W...

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serhos Feb. 18 '11

Why should they Eric?
Winger, Claude, Alena, Esther, Sreejith, Fred thank lady and gens!

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LogoForge Feb. 22 '11

"Why should they Eric?" I lack the vocabulary to explain properly, but in any typeface the letters are all constructed similarly, according to the same guidelines. When you deviate from those guidelines, you create disharmony. The descenders of your g and y don't follow the same guidelines and so look, in effect, as if they're from different typefaces.

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serhos Feb. 23 '11

Eric do you know the difference between typeface and custom lettering?

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TheCorpOfc Dec. 27 '13

I would like to purchase this font and use it for my logo. How do you purchase these fonts??
Lee

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