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Monday, September 30, 2013

Estoque - Original Spanish Font For Beer Advertising and Marketing

This new Spanish font is a first preview of my professional font Estoque. Estoque means the sword used to kill bulls in Spanish and this unique vector font is designed with the bullfighting theme happening in Spain and Mexico.
The font is in development and I just finished the uppercase letters and soon the small case letters will follow with proper kerning and hinting. The font can be licensed to an American manufacturing company searching to introduce a new beer that can compete with Corona and Dos Equis in the Hispanic marketing with successful advertising campaigns.
.For further inquiries and information about the commercial font and special rights license, please contact me – darkvotum@gmail.com
Below is a preview example of the Spanish font Estoque. Thanks for your considerations.

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

New Komanche Font - Mexican Typography With Class

If you watch the screen titles of the movie Rio Grande (1950), you’ll notice the influence of my new professional font Komanche.
The font has a warm bold design in the uppercase letters combined with a wooden style in the small letters to give a well-balanced Mexican typography and a memorable appearance.
Komanche font is ideal for presentations, brochures, billboards, store signs, album covers and movie titles. It can be purchased with a commercial license through PayPal’s credit cards. For more details, please contact me – darkvotum@gmail.com
Here are some media samples of Komanche as screen presentations.

Monday, September 2, 2013

What If Oz Would Have Redesigned the Yahoo! Brand?

In the last 30 days, I’ve seen the Yahoo! company marketing its brand logo with a desperate campaign (some call it brilliant! Not!) using the most bizarre fonts in a most spectacular way, alienating the user.
With that in mind, the change was to revive a spirit of innovation, perhaps to compete with the Google logo brand, which in my opinion it is a savvy classic design.
Using the two basic elements of the Yahoo! logo: the color purple and the exclamation point, I redesigned my own version of the logo using my Kansas Rainbow font (from the original Wizard of Oz movie). Available with the purchase of a license using PayPal.
Wow! What a difference it makes. The logo is vibrant, classic, vintage, stylish and modern. Want to see the result? I think it competes with Google reflecting a new visual experience!