the swoosh on the n in design is for me a little too much on the nose, thought the shape is very good. There is something a bit more alive about that, than the swoosh on the D. this because of the slight bend on the N. be good to have something like that on the D. calligraphy-ish
i have no problem with wobbly baselines; i think it is a requirement for something like this, it is an art form to get words to fit each other. war a little to the right, as it gets a little contrived fitting the W
@Yisela The Pvar? :-) I'd say the loop seems to be there based on the concept that the A, D, and W overlap. It looks nice but I'd question if the overlapping is strictly necessary...and if it is, whether the loop on the W should be more pronounced than the one on the A.
As Art overaps on the D only, you could nudge war so it doesn't overlap the g, raise it a bit, weaken the loop and make it counterbalance Art a bit by being more to the left
Another possibility would be to drop the W overlap with the D and only overlap the G, then make the W kind of tail to the left as a clockwise analog to the Art's T loop curling counter-clockwise, and let the War's r end more succinctly