Martin, business co-owner of Ginreab Thai Restaurant is expanding their business to incorporate some of Air’s (his wife and chef) delicious Thai Sweets. On offer will be deep fried bananas, mango & sticky rice, cheesecakes and cakes, ready to go packaged fresh fruit salads and fruit smoothies to name but a few.
Khanom Wan Thai (literally means Thai sweets (wan means sweet in Thai) and desserts (khanom are Thai desserts).
Martin wanted a lower case, funky trendy font, bright & fresh natural colours (lime green and light irridescent blue), with the catchphrase under the khanom wan thai name “sweets and treats”. He also specified simple symbol somewhere in the logo that is synonymous with Thai desserts … like a banana leaf, a pandanus leaf or a coconut.
I used the coconut so I could add in a drizzle of milk onto the Letter M to give it that rich, oozy, refreshing look. I incorporated the Thai Roof that I used in Ginreab Thai’s logo so that there was some tie in with 2 completely different look logos.
I used a combination of two fonts called Myriad Pro Semibold Condensed and Philosopher for their business name and catch phrase.
For an investment of $350, Ginreab Thai Sweets now have a new professional logo in vector format. This will now make life easier for them when print is required.
Having a logo is important for corporate identity and branding and doesn’t always have to be expensive.
Take a peek at their Ginreab Thai Website I did.