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Bambudda designed by Post Projects

Logo as a gold foil detail by Post Projects for Vancover-based Chinese restaurant Bambudda

Bambudda is a contemporary Chinese restaurant, located in Vancouver’s Gastown district, with a menu that mixes Hong Kong and southern Chinese cuisine with a modern interpretation of Dim Sung. Design agency Post Projects recently developed a brand identity for the restaurant—which included a logo, menus, stationery and website design—based around a simple but unexpected logotype set in Timonium.

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Jeffrey’s designed by FÖDA Studio

Logotype and business cards with stippled botanical illustration by FÖDA Studio for Clarksville fine dining restaurant Jeffrey's.

Jeffrey’s was a café, located in the Clarksville district of Austin that was opened in 1975 by Ron and Peggy Weiss and Jeff Weinberger. Renovated and ‘reimagined’ in 2013 by chef Larry McGuire, the venue became a fine dining restaurant, preparing a simply seasonal menu, that has gone on to be named one of 2013′s Top 10 Best New Restaurants in the country by Bon Appétit magazine.

To coincide with this renovation, design agency FÖDA Studio developed a new brand identity solution for Jeffrey’s—which included a logo-type, hand drawn illustrative detail and print with a mix of materials—based around its historic, 35 year relationship with Clarksville.

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Puebla 109 designed by Savvy

Brand identity and packaging by Savvy for art, design and gastronomy experience Puebla 109

Puebla 109 is a three floor 20th century townhouse, located in the Roma Norte colonia of Mexico City, “where art, design and gastronomy converge” in the form of an evolving space utilised as a place to work in the morning, as a restaurant to eat lunch in the afternoon and as a bar to have cocktails in the evening.

Puebla 109’s new brand identity—which includes a number of different logos, packaging and print, stationery and menus created by design studio Savvy—establishes a strong, on-trend and crafted sensibility through hand drawn typography, uncoated materials, stamp-based print finishes and punched tape label detail.

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