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.
Opinion by Richard Baird.
Brae is a restaurant, located in the Australian town of Birregurra, that describes itself as having a menu of unique and contemporary dishes built around a respect for nature and seasonality, and crafted from organic ingredients both locally sourced and grown on its own 30 acre site. Brae’s new brand identity—which included a new logo-type, menu, stationery set and website developed by Melbourne based Studio Round—juxtaposes traditional typography and a seasonal colour palette alongside the contemporary creativity and rich natural detail of a series of still life photographs taken by Scottie Cameron.
Cuckoo is a ‘modern’ wheat-free bircher muesli range that blends oats, yoghurt and fruit. Individual flavours include ‘Choco Sour Cherry with a smooth layer of Madagascan Vanilla’, Mango & Coconut with a tropical twist of Lime and Ginger’ and ‘Elderflower & Cranberry with a Blueberry & Blackcurrant compote’. London-based design agency B&B Studio, inspired by Swiss graphic posters, developed a new packaging treatment for Cuckoo that contrasts a bold geometric logo-type with the bright organic qualities of photography.