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  • Lauren Gramann

    table setting idea

  • Sarah Nelson Carter

    #Graphic #Design #Typography #Branding #Identity #Corporate #Business #Cards #Print

  • Macy Hilliard

    Restaurant Branding

  • Heather Schellenberg

    Table Nº1 Branding, Identity & Menu Design

  • Ingeborg Block

    Branding/Identity Design of Table Nº1. Studio: Foreign Policy. "Shanghai’s first gastro-bar that serves up tapas-style modern European cuisine. It is set in a simplistic but sleek interior which encourages social interaction by sharing portions over a long communal table. The brand identity is based on the restaurant’s focus on communal dining in an unpretentious environment, that explains the use of brown kraft paper & newsprint paper throughout the collateral system."

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#Pizzamenu This is designed by Luna E Pomodoro.Its cool, to me, how they use a clipboard but etched out the logo in the board and just kept the menu design very clean, modern,and simplistic.

Table No.1: Logo/Signage, by Foreign Policy Design Group

So overly done, I think I would really enjoy reading the whole thing.

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Table No. 1, Shanghai, China (by Foreign Policy Design Group)

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Rethink Table Wine. Jug wine is rarely a thing of elegance, but the people at Rethink Communications turned this truth on its head with their own wine packaging design. Rethink Table Wine is a conceptual product used to showcase this design firm’s talents with packaging. www.rethinkcanada...

With an aesthetic described by the designers as “pimped up vintage,” Rococo is a Beirut gastro bar that is decadence tempered by hilarity. The menus use, appropriately, Rococo paintings and formal typography, but the placemats give them laugh-out-loud context.

Favorite & Found Letter Project by John Boilard, via Behance

Wow, we love the old-fashioned feel, simple and smooth color palette, and that wonderful logo embosser!