Tijana M came through with a stunning design that not only artistically included all the requested elements but also and more importantly, elegantly and tastefully captured the essence and feeling behind the name and concept itself. Turned out way better than I anticipated.
How rbelisomo started their logo & social media pack journey
Who are you known as?
Ronnie Grisanti's Italian Restaurant
What’s your company slogan?
it can include "Estb. 1909" and/or "The Tradition Continues"
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The Grisanti name in Memphis TN has long been synonymous with classic Italian excellence . Patriarch of family (Ronnie) died last year after long illness, and next generation is opening restaurant that preserves all family recipes but will have modern Italian additions. The restaurant is white table cloth and higher end...but we don't want to be "fancy." Diners will have a great night out with excellent food, ambience and service at higher price point but not super expensive.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Restaurant interior design is in BLOOD RED and GRAYS- LIKE SLATE.
Gold and silver also present throughout the building
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
This is current logo that needs a rebirth. Too plain and we are not sure about rooster anymore
This is the rooster you'll see on wine Italy that meets a certain quality standard. We don't have to incorporate- we aren't wedded to it- but if we use rooster, it's this black one
This image and two following are the famous walls of Lucca- the town and region of Italy where menu originates. Great grandfather Grisanti from this town and now a third generation, we want to continue this tradition into the future with a modern touch. Lucca our foundation!
For years, the Grisanti logo has included the "Black Rooster" that is found as the symbol of excellence on Italian wine. We do not know if we want to still incorporate it or not, and we would love to see something new. Family home and recipes are from Lucca, Italy- a town known for its famous gigantic walls. We were thinking that might be a good design element, but we are not sure.