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How Manilayp started their logo design journey
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Serving authentic Thai food for 24 years. We are a family owned and operated restaurant so there are 3 generations working together. We would like a mix of the classic Thai, but in keeping with that, we also want a modern/contemporary feel to reflect from our restaurant. The "s" in "spicy" is something that we have considered in the logo but we are open to any designs from all creative minds. Our re-branding is important to us and we need to make a statement. We are renovating the exterior of the restaurant and will therefore be changing our sign, and eventually everything else inside. We want a logo on our sign that is simple and easily recognizable. The exterior gives a warm and elegant feeling from the designs that have been put together. This is the feeling that we would like the logo to reflect: warm, elegant, classic, & modern. We want everything to flow from the exterior to the interior and the logo should reflect that.
Our target audiences are: young professionals, families, couples, and business groups looking for good authentic Thai food in a relaxed, classic & modern atmosphere.
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Here are some additional guidelines that were not in the original posting. The word "spicy" amplified, with an accent on the "s", and "thai restaurant" grouped together on the bottom/middle, just like the "neos wellness spa" that is featured in the overview section. We would like to retain the "thai" style as the main impression of our logo which would be on the side to the "spicy thai restaurant". Sorry for the confusion.