Restaurant Branding: Frankie’s Fine Foods

Frankie’s Fine Foods is a restaurant in the small town of Picton in New South Wales, Australia. The identity and associated hospitality material were developed by Sydney-based graphic designer and illustrator Yerevan Dilanchian. Central to the logo’s design is an attention-grabbing and memorable fork symbol, whose three outstretched prongs form the initialism “FFF” (the initials of […]
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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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Catering Identity: Rest Group

Rest Group is an established catering firm from Russia that owns and operates over 20 food outlets. Graphic designer Pavel Emelyanov, who heads agency Eskimo Design Studio in the city of Murmansk, was tasked by Rest Group’s management to create and devise an entirely new identity system. The latter requested something classical and regal in […]
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Corporate Identity: Running with Knives

Whilst working at design agency Popcorn, graphic designer Mateusz Piekarski developed this minimalist identity design for Running with Knives. The latter is a London-based hospitality consultancy that offers services to restaurants and other food-related businesses, primarily in the luxury end of the market. Also included in its list of services are architectural planning and interior […]
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Food Branding: Meat & Bread

Glasfurd & Walker is a small design agency that heralds from Vancouver in British Columbia (Canada). Talented duo Phoebe Glasfurd and Aren Fieldwalker, who head the agency, were approached by Gastown sandwich shop Meat & Bread to create a strong, masculine identity and brand design that would in turn communicate the restaurant’s simple, uncluttered offering. […]
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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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