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Nabemono

This is one of the assignments for TMVG2 where we simulate working in a real design company. This module we all got allot of assignments to make and also special deadlines. This assignment I had to make a logo for Nabemono a Japanese restaurant that is based in London and want to open a new root in the Netherlands.
These are the sketches for the logo. However I wanted to make a clean logo, and not a logo that is easy to represent an Asian restaurant. I knew allot of other groups would use Asian styled logo/ fonts which is very simple and not very creative. I tried few logo with the name in Chinese letters which means, however these logo wont work in countries where people can't read it. So I went over to do designs with the chopsticks and bowls. Also some who knew what Japanese restaurants sell made sushi logo's, but Nabemono is a soup based fondue which have no sushi.And these are the design for the binder, business card and a mini DVD cover. I kept the design clean and simple that give the restaurant a fresh and modern look.And here is the logo on the door of the restaurant. Here I needed to photoshop the logo so it looks like its pasted on the door.

Comments

evelyn tjahjono said…
nice concept and very simple. i love it. good job.:)

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