The colour palette was inspired by the restaurant interior: rich and classical tones picked from the Farrow & Ball paint range. The red and green hint to the Italian flag without being too obvious. The logo also translates into black and white, allowing scope all types a print — newspaper adverts, stickers etc.
Too often companies forget that their branding design needs to work across a spectrum of scenarios and print techniques — large and small, colour and mono. A well-thought-through and well-crafted logo should be able to work in a multitude of media.
The typography was deliberately plain but punchy, offsetting the intricate fork/spaghetti device. The fork/spaghetti illustration which brings a truly unique element to Eatalia Vostra’s restaurant branding design.
We produced artwork for large-format window vinyls, business cards, loyalty cards, packaging and the website. Some of the products were printed locally, however we managed the print for the business cards and packaging to save the client time. We have a directory of experienced printers who we use on our projects.
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For more examples of restaurant branding design, please have a look at these projects: The Lion Pub Logo Design and The Griffin Pub Restaurant Design.