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Frijiliana, original watercolour painting by Francesca Whetnall on Flickr

Frijiliana, original watercolour painting by Francesca Whetnall on Flickr

Pappys BBQ - St. Louis, MO - Big Ben's platter. Ah-mazing.

Pappys BBQ - St. Louis, MO - Big Ben's platter. Ah-mazing.

John & John Potato Crisps - The Dieline - The #1 Package Design Website -

John & John Potato Crisps - The Dieline - The #1 Package Design Website -

SUGAR CUBE (SUKKERBITEN) on Behance by Daniel Brox Nordmo curated by Packaging Diva PD. After seeing this packaging branding I'm in the mood for fish and chips.

SUGAR CUBE (SUKKERBITEN) on Behance by Daniel Brox Nordmo curated by Packaging Diva PD. After seeing this packaging branding I'm in the mood for fish and chips.

Pearlfisher brings Russian Constructivism to New York street food | Vdoop.com - created via http://pinthemall.net

Pearlfisher brings Russian Constructivism to New York street food | Vdoop.com - created via http://pinthemall.net

Designs | A unique, industrial look for a gourmet burger restaurant | Logo design contest

Designs | A unique, industrial look for a gourmet burger restaurant | Logo design contest

Ligature Collective Introductory

Ligature Collective Introductory

83 Oranges Design Co. | WIP: Retro Style Logo Design For Fast Food Chain

83 Oranges Design Co. | WIP: Retro Style Logo Design For Fast Food Chain

Korodon is a handmade potato korokke (Japanese croquette) & tonkatsu take-out café. The key idea behind this brand is “healthy person makes healthy food.” Koroke and tonkatsu of Korodon is made out of wheat flour, eggs and breadcrumbs. The logo itself represents the 3-step process. Korokke is a popular street food in Korea. Usually, take-out korokkes are wrapped with square-shaped waxed paper, then with paper bag. We wanted to position korokke as “giftable” food.

Korodon is a handmade potato korokke (Japanese croquette) & tonkatsu take-out café. The key idea behind this brand is “healthy person makes healthy food.” Koroke and tonkatsu of Korodon is made out of wheat flour, eggs and breadcrumbs. The logo itself represents the 3-step process. Korokke is a popular street food in Korea. Usually, take-out korokkes are wrapped with square-shaped waxed paper, then with paper bag. We wanted to position korokke as “giftable” food.