Hindukusch Restaurant Branding Has a Savory Olive Sophistication

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: May 11, 2011 • References: robinssoncravents & lovelypackage
Food aside, how you market your venue can greatly affect your breed of clientele. Hindukusch Restaurant branding, for example, exudes a playful but quiet sophistication that may attract a slightly wealthier and older crowd.

Robinsson Cravents developed the identity for the German eatery using a palette of dark and rich hues. Forest and olive greens color the business cards, the menus and the establishment's logo to make the overall image one of consistence and class. A soft cream color is used in conjunction with darker detailing for each printed piece, and is complemented by contemporary cartoon-y illustrations.

A faint diamond crisscross pattern gives a subtle reference to dignified designs of textiles and old window panes. This leaves one wondering how the Hindukusch Restaurant branding matches the interior design of the brasserie. Stats for Argyle Eatery Identities Trending: Older & Chilly
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