Everytap is an app that rewards you for hanging out at your favourite cafés and restaurants. In the beginning phases, as with most products, it was just the name and logo… but then came the app. A bunch of Everytap mascots we introduced defined the spirit of the brand and brought a feeling of real fun! Find out […]
German based design companies, ADDA Studio and HOCHBURG Design recently created the corporate identity for Japanese restaurant, MIKÔTO. Everything about the branding is so simple and sophisticated. I’m sure their food is delicious but if the branding is anything to go by, I eat it all up in a second. Thinking you’d like to improve your brand? Have a look at […]
We love this slick new branding for Norwegian restaurant Ingierstrand Bad. While located in an area with a rich cultural history, the restaurant itself offers a contemporary dining experience. Uniform took full advantage of this clash of styles to create a brand that is clean and modern, but also wonderfully tactile and nostalgic. via: BP&O
“Madam Sixty Ate is a mysterious adventurer and eclectic writer who delights us with her palate and imagination. her world view is modern with a twist, mirroring the style of food. her surreal experiences and astounding stories are reflected consistently throughout the brand using paintings, journal entries within menus, coasters and ultimately through the cuisine.” […]
Loving this uber-manly brand treatment by Commoner, Inc. for The Lower Depths Tap Room. Somehow I enjoy my hake and chips much more when I know it’s been speared by a rugged dude in an old-timey diving getup.
A sophisticated brand well worth looking at: “When famed NYC restaurateur and Food Network star Geoffrey Zakarian wanted to launch a new dining establishment in Midtown Manhattan, he turned to Love and War to develop the brand – including the overall concept, visual identity, website, promotions, and a range of in-restaurant materials from menus to […]
Really like this simple and sophisticated corporate identity designed by Alvin Diec for Perrine’s Wine Shop. via: Lovely Stationary