i like them all - but am leaning towards no.2 for design and no.5 for impact.
For me, its definitely either the first or last fonts - out of the more quirky and whimsical fonts, I like number one, its is clear, and fun, and seems very "you"!The last I think is particularly clear and I think looks really smart, and really fits your style jewellery - if you made letters out of silver, I could imagine they'd look like this, if that makes sense?! So feels quite a natural font for your work... I guess in short, the first one really emphasises the magic and fairy-loveliness side of your work, and the last one is more about the simplicity but beauty of your designs - classic, but with a little twist of fun...That's my take on it anyway, hope that helped!!!;) xxxx
Such lovely considered comments thank you both so much x
Try option two without most of the very fine lines. The ones that continue the lines of the letters look great though so keep them.I think that it could look clean and professional but with just enough quirkiness to keep things interesting. Worth a play?Elizabeth xx
I do like number one, but as a wearer of glasses, number six is the easiest to read.
HI - I really, really like number 5 (sorry - thats not hlping you reach a consensus!) as I believe it is artistically designed but easily identifiable and readable. For what it's worth, I feel that numbers 1, 3 & 4 are a little too 'young girl' - No. 2 is a little too 'staid' and I like 6 but not as much as 5!! I also think that 5 fits in the corner of a letterhead very nicely - or could be in a circular format for labels onthe back of boxes etgc.... Hope that helps!
I like 2 best though I think it would be more easily readable if the fine ornamentation lines were knocked back a bit, maybe by 10-20%. I Also like 5 but again the swirls make it a bit less readable, maybe if they went around the letters more and through them less it would be easier. And 6 is undoubtedly the most readable, and the outline lettering does look a bit like silver with patterns stamped into it, but it's a little TOO solid, a bit set in its ways. It would be less eyecatching in isolation, ie away from the website with the photos of the work itself.
i love number 2 - its professional but creative. your work is lovely and i think some of the others seem less professional rather than inspiringly quirky. I also agree with the comment about removing some of the fine lines - its a great font but by removing some lines you'd make it look a lot cleaner.
I'd go with number 3 Hannah (to really throw a spanner in the works!)
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