Zoki does excellent work and went over and beyond what we expected from him. He's a strong communicator, a talented designer, and a pleasure to work with. We will definitely be contacting him about work in the future. Thank you, Zoki!
- Alaska Maddie
Amazing work! Thank you!!
How Chef_Rene started their logo design journey
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This is a restaurant that sells traditional tamales with a touch of gourmet. Brick and Mortar but also are getting a Food Truck in addition. The logo needs to have a foot on the 18th century, a a foot on the 21st century. Our Tamales comes packaged in a luxurious bag like the one you would expect for French pastry. We are a higher-end tamales, more expensive than the rest, but not super-gourmet to make the product too expensive. We are not KIA or VW but we are not RollsRoysce or Porche either, we are more like BMW. Affordable luxury.
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The three colors are: from Sherwin Williams Paints Confident yellow SW6911 (a bright yellow) Capri Blue SW 6788 (tile blue-greenish) and Mexican Pink / Eros Pink Sw6860. We could use a dark purple for fonts if necessary, to contrast with the pink or blue background . Yellow is for details
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Besides brick and mortar restauran we are coming out with a food truck, we are restoring a Ford 1952, with the same colors.
I don't want logo to look too corporate. It needs
to look cheffy. Think chef tattoos influence. Also signs from the 1800 from Mexico. Hand Painted, with the French and Spanish influence of the era.