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So I'm sure everyone's heard of Olive Garden's rebranding. So far most of the feedback I've seen online seems to be negative.
I'm still pretty wet behind the ears as a designer, and I'm afraid that whatever atrocious errors those with more experience see in this logo are completely flying over my head with a great billowy swoosh.
Could I trouble anyone for a constructive crit about what works and doesn't work with the logo? I feel like if I could put myself behind your typographically-attuned eyes, I could hopefully learn something.
Thanks in advance!
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I work at the Chicago Humanities Festival, and we just posted a video of a presentation by Chicago designer Jason Pickleman. He's created identities and branding for some great restaurants and cultural organizations here in Chicago.
His talk covers three areas:
Anyone know what the "PRIMOS" typeface is?
The person who originally made this logo file did not create a vector version. That, or they won't give it to us.
Need the tagline font only — "& bake shop." Please let me know if you have any ideas or know of anything similar. Thank you!!!!
Please, can you help? I need to know which font is used here. Thanks anyway
This example is from Ms. Jessica Hische, but this seems to be a fairly common subheading used for restaurants.
First, I am new here. Hello.
A client of mine has given me a t-shirt to be recreated and contains four fonts that I cannot identify for the life of me.
I have scanned then traced the image in illustrator, then thew em' in photoshop and converted it into a jpeg as i see thats the preferred format here.
I greatly appreciate any help I receive on this.
hello, i need some font advice to design the logo for a restaurant, a warm, friendly, old style and down-to-earth place... any suggestion? thank you very much, luca
Looking to get some feedback on a logo I've been working on. The company is called Edible Adventures - Mobile cooking classes for kids. It's pretty self explanatory. Client is looking for a simple execution of her logo. It has to communicate food in a fun way and easy to read. Could be used as signage on vans/store front/stationary/marketing materials.
Please take a few minutes to look it over. Let me know your thoughts/suggestions.
Thanks in advance.
Trying to identify the font of Bistro.