Brand Identity of Manhattn’s Burgers by Pinkeye

Manhattn’s is a delicious hamburger restaurant bringing the taste of New York to brussels. The establishment didn’t only need to transfer cuisine across the world, but also an appearance that captures the heart of the city. Fulfilling this need for a complete visual identity, including graphics, packaging, and interior design, the owners approached the award winning studio of Pinkeye.

“Motion Theater” Branding

German graphic designer Caroline Grohs created a great branding for a fictitious theater named “Motion Theater”. “The logo intertwines the dancers movements and their connections to the theater, so that it appears to be in motion at all times. The dancers, their moves and the music create a new sphere due to their everlasting dependence on one another. It seems as if they originate from the theater. Therefore, the logo (on posters) arises in immediate incorporation to the dancer.” And with this project Caroline won a Red Dot Design Award. Enjoy!

Foodservice Brand Identity

It’s been a long time since we show you interesting example of brand identity and today we decided to fix it as soon as possible. Take a look at creative example of brand identity for Silver Fern Farms venison and beef products for the food service industry. These communications go directly to Chefs and Restaurants. The author is Designworks. What do you think about it? Do you like such brand identity?

Pastime Visual Identity by Ahmed Infas

Today we want to show you simple and at the same time elegant visual identity made by designer from Maldives Ahmed Infas. "Pastime is the first of its kind hobby shop established in Maldives with a wide variety of hobby product ranging from beginner to professional level." This work doesn’t feature bright colors and doesn’t contain unusual or extremely creative ideas but it looks really stylishly. Designer perfectly did his job. Check it out!

Brand Indentity for Balzac Brasserie

Today we want to show you stylish brand identity for a authentic French restaurant in Singapore made by design studio Bravo. “Concept of the brand is based loosely on French novelist and playwright HonorĂ© de Balzac. A quill and inkwell make up the icon of the logo. We handpicked a few of Balzac’s amusing quotes, those with references to food and beverages, and placed them around the interior of the restaurant in appropriate typographical treatment. We’ve also created a couple of posters inspired by Balzac’s novels to play up the concept.” As a result we see awesome interior. Especially interesting looks typography on the wall. Check it out and comment!