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Crabapple Kitchen designed by Swear Words

Logo design by Swear Words for Crabapple Kitchen

Located on Hawthorn’s Glenferrie Road, Victoria, Crabapple Kitchen is a ‘high-end café/wine bar’ with an ever-changing menu of simple, rustic and seasonal Italian, French and Spanish cuisine created from local produce and served in a ‘homely and light-hearted environment’ – derived from the French and Italian countryside – made up of ‘beautiful fabrics, French pantries, hanging copper pots, comfy banquettes and an open fireplace’.

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The Town Mouse by A Friend Of Mine

Logo, menu and business card design by A Friend Of Mine for The Town Mouse

The Town Mouse is a new Melbourne-based bar and restaurant owned by Christian McCabe and located in the space formerly occupied by the Embrasse Restaurant. Developed by A Friend Of Mine, the bar’s new brand identity delivers impact through the ‘big city’ and slightly retrospective dimensionality of tall, slim, skyscraper-like, uppercase characters of the logotype set within and alongside the grids of the collateral. A local crafted quality through the shared, brushed surface relationship between digital artwork and the physicality of gold painted window signage. And a daytime night-time duality – perhaps a reference to the bar/restaurant proposition – of a black and cream colour palette, enhanced by the really neat use of photo-luminescent ink across their business cards.

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Boabel designed by Maud

Logo and business card with a copper block foil detail for screenwriter Belinda Nowell's new publishing venture Boabel, designed by Maud

Multidisciplinary design studio Maud recently developed a new visual identity for screenwriter Belinda Nowell’s new publishing venture Boabel. Based around an open book / B monogram, a business card that uses orientation to draw out this duality and a weighty, ‘book-bound’, triplex material combination the solution places storytelling at the very centre of communication with a contemporary simplicity.

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