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Louth + Proud

Contributed by Killian Walsh on Nov 14th, 2020. Artwork published in .
    Louth + Proud 1
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    Dan Bannon is a freelance sports journalist that focuses on GAA matters in County Louth. Reinterpreting the crest for Louth, which is a St. Brigid’s Cross, we created a modernist marque which represents the plus aspect of the business name, and also a graphic take on the Cross.

    His wordmark uses Nimbus Sans, the text on the back of the business card is set in Roboto. [edit: It seems to be Franklin Gothic.]

    Louth + Proud 2
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    Louth + Proud 3
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    • Nimbus Sans
    • Franklin Gothic

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    3 Comments on “Louth + Proud”

    1. If you look closer at the back, it seems more Franklin Gothic than Roboto.

    2. Remade with Roboto, FYI.

    3. Thanks, Johnny! Looks correct to me. I’ve adjusted the typeface credits.

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