Nam-po identity by Twelve Studio

October 31st, 2012 by retail design blog

Nam-Po is an exciting new food brand, bringing authentic Asian food to the UK’s stations and airports. Working closely with our client, we created the name, branding, store design and communication. The products on offer are fun, fresh, and different from the alternative food offers in the area, so we wanted to reflect this in the look and feel.

Taking inspiration for the graphic treatments from native handwriting, we simplified this and introduced a modern colour palette and friendly typography to communication the brand values. The resulting look and feel was then rolled out across a wide range of applications, from the interior of the shop, through to packaging, animated menus and a simple website.

Designed by Twelve Studio









http://twelve-studio.co.uk

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