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How Deji80 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
By Bad Boy Bangers
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are opening a new restaurant in Shanghai, China, called Baps (by Bad Boy Bangers), which is a fast casual concept serving burgers, hotdogs and sandwiches. Bad Boy Bangers is a brand making gourmet style British sausage started here in Shanghai and has good brand recognition already in the city amongst expats (see attached files for logo) .
The Baps restaurant is to be located within a larger facility which has a live music venue and urban clothing store. Target audience are local Chinese and expats, cool hunters or trend setters, ages 18 - 40. People who are travel a lot of have a drop desire to. They will spend a little more for quality food and good design matters to them.
In terms of direction, if Bad Boy Bangers is the big brother then Baps is the bad ass younger sister. And if branding for Bad Boy Bangers is very much leaning on the British heritage then Baps, though having a Britishness, is much more traveled and reflects a much more an energy of some of the happening cities from around the world.
BTW the name Baps comes from the British words for soft bread roll. We are looking for logo that will mainly focus on the design of the name then with or without additional graphic (for example a little bread roll graphic). Whilst the slogan 'by Bad Boy Bangers' should be clearly visible most of the impact of the logo should be on the name of the restaurant 'Baps' and if the slogan were removed the logo should still feel intact.
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