In 1998 I was asked to design logo-style lettering for a promotional postcard advertising the four-issue series SUPERMAN FOR ALL SEASONS. Here’s a tiny thumbnail layout from DC’s Brian Pierce, top, and the art for the postcard with my lettering laid over it in Photoshop. This is what I sent back to Brian to show how it would work on the art.
The idea was to imitate a very popular style of postcard from the early to mid 20th-century where large open telescoped letters of a place name were filled with images of that place. The Asbury Park one above is an example I remember from my own childhood.
The back of the postcard has all the relevant details and is copyright 1998. I wonder if any of them went through the mail? I don’t know if the postcard appeared in the collected edition, as I no longer have it, but it probably did. A fun assignment!