identity design for Taverne Louise a new restaurant whose menu and identity reflects a crossroads between tradition and modernity. By lg2 •
#identity #design for Taverne Louise a new restaurant whose menu and identity reflects a crossroads between tradition and modernity. By lg2 • #designerspotlighthttps://t.co/IPmiUvZ3Vd pic.twitter.com/PGm5axiSF3
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Develop a logo and an aesthetic identity for a crossroads of tradition and modernity. The restaurant is located in Quebec City’s Old Port, right in front of its namesake, Bassin Louise. It was named in honor of Queen Victoria’s daughter, a significant figure in our country’s history. The logo reflects the restaurant’s menu, putting a modern spin on tradition. Louise’s royal coat of arms has been distilled to its geometrical essence. The “O” wears an understated crown and omnipresent royal colors (gold and black) give it an attractively regal air.
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