Branding for a Coffee Bar in Seoul: ‘Café Slow’

The visual identity of Café Slow is based around the idea of ‘deceleration’. Spending time at the café is meant to provide customers with a time of relaxation during an otherwise hectic daily schedule. The discrete brand design is reduced to a black-and-white contrast. In combination with flowing lines the varied means of communication aim […]
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Identity Design for an Arabic-Mexican Taco Shop – ‘Habibis’

Habibis is an Arabic-Mexican fusion taqueria located in San Pedro Garza García, a city enriched by the culinary arts of its third generation Arab immigrants. Previously a humble taco stand, Habibis approached Mexican branding consultancy Anagrama with the task of creating an identity that would communicate the foods’ mixed background and quality without losing its […]
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Cafe/Restaurant Branding: Nautilus

Graphic designer Chris Trivizas, from Athens in Greece, has designed this logo and identity for Nautilus, a beach tavern located in Garitsa Bay on the island of Kerkyra in Corfu. The central icon merges a three-tine fork with an anchor form and serves as an immediate give-away sign of Nautilus’ gastronomic character. The anchor symbol is, […]
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Branding and Signage: La Pasta di Leo

La Pasta di Leo is a restaurant in Guadalajara, the second largest city in Mexico and capital of the state of Jalisco. The restaurant’s menu offers an alternative, healthy assemblage of foods. And as well as warm food, the eatery offers a warm, friendly environment to all its customers. A design agency based in Vancouver, British […]
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KURO by Panamo

Design agency artentikon was initially approached by Panamo, a Polish company running a Japanese and Thai restaurant called ‘KURO’, in Poznań, to make a film advertising their business. However, the guys at artentikon managed to convince their client to go for a full-on logo facelift. “We streamlined the form of the Japanese symbol of black colour […]
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