August was a foodie month of epic proportions. Auckland Restaurant Month inspired me into a frenzy of dining out. While this blog isn’t really a restaurant review website, I wanted to celebrate some of the great local food we have here in Auckland, New Zealand. I posted a review a day while all regular features went on hiatus. I know some of you missed my regular features, but I hope you enjoyed the special month…I know I did!
Love this branding by Pixelinme, a branding agency based in Germany. “HAARMAGIE” is the modern chain of hair salons in Germany…The main idea of the logo is based on the company name “HAARMAGIE”, which literally means “Hair Magic” in german. In order to symbolize the magic in it’s widely recognizable and positively comprehensive way, we have picked the “Magic Cylinder”. The hair stylist scissors were chosen to indicate the company business and its creative combination, reminding rabbit ears, creatively identifies our client’s business. The harmonic font and color choice complete the visual identity and meet our client’s goal in a most innovative way.” View this project and more on their website: http://www.pixelin.me
As a graphic designer I have designed a few restaurant logos and I am always hoping to design more. I am still looking for that elusive bunny foodie client. Until then, here are some of my favourite bunny restaurant logos from around the world. Clicking on images will lead to the source. In no particular order…
How sweet is this packaging and branding for apéritif Fox and Rabbit? I would buy this if I saw it at the store. I don’t care what the product tastes like. Designed by Australia based designer Ting Sia, you can see more of his work over at his website http://www.tingsia.com
This restaurant branding for The Welsh Rabbit Cheesery by Candy Coated Universe is smart and sassy. I love the nod to vintage design as well as the twee rehash of classic tattoo art. The limited colour palette with touches of red is very chic these days. I hope this look is here to stay. The twine and brown paper packaging with rubber stamp make me pine for cheese. Oh no wait, I pine for cheese just fine on my own. See more work from Candy Coated Universe at their website here. This project was designed for Tenfold Collective who I’ve blogged about before and are also tickled by bunny shapes.