These new menu designs were created to refresh the lunch, dessert and drink menus at Il Covo Trattoria, in Victoria, BC.
Working directly with the owners and executive chef we design a logo and created a branding style that would suit their concept. Once established we carried that design through to their menus, website, exterior signs, table top menus, business cards, promotional cards, gift certificates, rack cards and profile booklets and more. We provided printing options and costs that fit their budget, for all their promotional material and signage. Original Fire also provided photography services to showcase their cuisine, interior and exterior atmosphere.
Now, Il Covo Trattoria is equipped with everything they need to run a successful restaurant.
We worked with Colonial Railings existing wordmark and created a fresh new logo by simply adding a welder icon and using a similar, modern typeface. Their new look has been incorporated into a retractable banner stand, rack cards, business cards and a responsive website.
Lisa needed a fun, female oriented look for her company. Bringing a strong idea to the table she managed to save some money on multiple logo options, and get extra graphics to brand her slogan and featured courses. This project also included vehicle graphics and sign mock ups.
When Rob came to me with his adventure tourism business idea, the ideas flowed so easily and there was no end to the possibilities. The first aspect we tackled was the logo design. We then started branding the featured courses, like Survive the Zombie Apocalypse and the Bow-Drill course. A teaser video was then created as the premise to the Zombie Survival course, the feature attraction.
The website encompasses all aspects of the business and courses, including; course outlines, calendar of availability, online sign up forms, promo videos and pictures.
Local, hand blended spices, rubs and more. Project includes: logo design, product photography, product labels, banner and website.