Description: Karel Tarquinist was inspired by the logotype of the Tourist Office of Tarquinia during a trip to Lazio in Italy in the spring of 2015. Although the type used in the logotype had serifs and was clearly based on traditional standard Roman script, I have used certain elements in a sans serif version. This typeface was created for the 2015 Yulemasfest card.
Original/Made: 2015; Published: 20/11/2020
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R = remastered work; O = orignal work; C = preprared for client
Remastered artwork can be a, more or less, direct copy of the original (usually from a photograph or sketch made on trips), but more usually they are re-interpretations, more personal reconstructions or free plays on a theme using some elements or stylistic ideas from the original. Where known, I would normally give credit to the original artist, but often it is impossible to trace the names of designers or creators. Frequently the original is an object, not a graphic and, although the idea is not my own, the artwork based on it certainly is.
Original artwork is my own design work.
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