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im going to have to agree with ceso.i love big public simples that are funky and catch the eye but i also love a berner thats complicated as hell but thats theres still letter form still there no spaghetti type stuff
i prefer the simple. i've been trying out the "tech" style for my last couple sketches, and they are so easy to make look like any other tech piece, i dont think they look good anyways. but a simple piece, you gotta have good form for it to stand out. i prefer simple anyways
I love simple styles but too simple is not good. My favourite style is semi wild style. Like can2, Giant, swet ect.. I love really complicated pieces if they don't go over the top with the colours. Wrong colour combinations or too many colours can ruin a peice. To me the best 'tech' peices are the types that just use a few colours. I don't care if I can read it not as long as it looks cool, but then again when writers try to pass some maze of spaghetti style unreadaple shit of as letters thats not cool. The bottom line is you can get shitty simples and mad tech peices and vice versa, it all depends on how it's executed.
Personally, I feel that all stuff is good if the letters rock. I've seen way too many tech pieces where all the bits coming off the letters just mask a wack style. Check Danish graff for what I would deem to be good.