What we have done
Our creative team has worked with some very big names in the culinary entertainment business including the Food Network, Alton Brown, Every Day with Rachael Ray, ideaWercs, Gourmet, Richard Blais, Reed Alexander, and the Culinary Entertainment Agency. Locally we've worked on numerous restaurant and food truck projects for such clients as Gustav's, Urban Eats, Volume One, Cherry Man, and The Old Country. Also on our past and present client list: St. Martin’s Press, Be Square Productions, Joseph George Wines, Toy Genius, Terry Smith Creations, Electronic Arts, Sony, and the San Jose Sharks.
Our portfolio is always changing so if you haven't stopped by in a while, be sure to check out the latest. If this is your first visit, pull up a chair and enjoy!
Logos (all you can eat)
The following set includes logos for restaurants, food trucks, breweries, wineries, chefs, and culinary entertainment agents. (Yes, there really is such a thing. Food is THAT big.)
We dig cartoons, which is why we created award-winning culinary genius and accident prone animated chef Tako the Octopus.
Logos (don't eat these)
We do lots of jobs that aren't food-related, although half of those seem to be pug- or pet-related. Or octopus-related. If you've got a pet octopus give us a call.
Menus are deceptively difficult. They look simple enough, but a lot of thought goes into choosing just the right design to make every dish look delicious.
Included here are book illustrations, cover designs, posters, t-shirt designs and a few random character designs. A little bit of everything, in other words.
Do food trucks count as "packaging?" We think so--at least until we've got a few more trucks under our belts and can make a new section.
Most of our web designs are elegant, but simple. We can do big and flashy--but do you need it? More importantly, do you want to pay for it?
Hey, look, you made it to the bottom of the page. Cool. And thanks for taking the time to wade through all our stuff.
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