Next week established restauranteurs Tracy and Stephen Jackson opens their latest venture, T&Cake in Almondbury, Yorkshire. Behind the inviting colors, playful logotype and the cleaver us of the “bite” we find the design agency Build. A modern identity for a modern café. Make sure to check out all the images after the jump…
I don’t think Peter Saville likes this
In his book he writes:
The agenda was how to find witty visual puns to summarise a situation: a logo for a restaurant could be a bite out of a plate. Well, to a young person growing up on Roxy Music, that was utterly banal. I won’t spend five minutes thinking down that line. It’s stupid. It tells me nothing about the restaurant… What I learned from style culture was if you dress a particular way, you communicate with like-minded people. I just employed exactly the same technique with graphics. So forget the bite out of the plate. The choice of type alone will tell you what kind of restaurant this is. Get the typeface, size, position, spacing and mood right, and it will tell you. Is it Le Gavroche or is it McDonald’s? It’s the language of semiotics, not of puns.”
simples e objetivo!
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