Narcissa's Pastel Visual Branding Identity is Whimsical and Sweet

By: Farida Helmy - Published: May 29, 2014 • References: triborodesign & designworklife
This intimate neighborhood restaurant and its farm-inspired pastel visual branding identity will make every other restaurant envious.

Aside from the actual food, the brand and design of a restaurant play a very big role in what makes a restaurant more favorable and attractive to customers. But with this delicate, holistic-looking and pastel visual branding identity, Narcissa will have no problems what so ever.

Located in The Standard East Village, the André Balazs and Michelin-starred chef John Fraser owned restaurant fuzes the clean flavors of California cuisine with slow-cooking. All about local and organic produce and healthy eating, the identity does Narcissa justice with its innocent child-like illustrations and eclectic design.

The complete identity and collateral for Narcissa were created by Brooklyn-based design studio Triboro, who created the perfect design solution for their clients. Stats for Organic Cuisine Branding Trending: Older & Mild
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