Did an amazing job giving our team options for how we could organize content across our ebook while remembering to adhere to our brand guidelines. The project got a little rocky considering the task was new territory for our team, but Emil was patient and helpful throughout. Highly recommend him!
And a word of advice, as a client make sure to do your homework (have ALL your content ready and organized!!) before starting your project. It'll make the entire process so much smoother ;)
Kyle took my crazy concept, nurtured it and created the perfect logo to represent my brand. His work stood heads and tails above the competition and would definitely go back to him for additional work. Can't recommend enough.
- NT decoration
NT decoration has been great to work with on this project. We are rebranding our 4 year old restaurant and I am getting nothing but compliments on this design from the staff, patrons and even vendors. Thanks NT decoration!
Great to work with. Takes suggestions well, and makes improvements over your ideas too.
How Cocktail Rick started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
The Last Word
What’s your company slogan?
Drink | Eat | Gather
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The Last Word will draw heavily on the Speakeasy style of bars from the 1920’s while still keeping with the open and airy feel that successful restaurants require today. Distressed and reclaimed woods around the dining room and bar with the old-style Marconi filament light bulbs will add an ambiance and warmth to the dining room. However, the open kitchen will bring a touch of modern flair to the restaurant and add to the overall vibe of the gathering place.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
“The Last Word” is a cocktail made famous in Chicago during Prohibition and quickly became famous in many Prohibition districts. It was representative of the fun and life that emanated from New York’s Harlem district during Prohibition. The famous area of Five Points was known for its lively nightlife, incredible parties, and a multi-ethnic area of New York City that brought senators, prominent socialites, entertainers, and common citizens together for night after night of revelry. The Last Word will have throwback events that bring people back to 1927 Harlem with House-Rent parties that will clear the restaurant of furniture, put folding chairs around the outside, and have live jump-up jazz bands so patrons can dance the night away.