Nathaniel Cooper wows me again with some amazing restaurant branding work for Oak 63. This one is classy, reserved, and a bit traditional. Oak 63, a southern france cuisine restaurant, oozes class and upscale luxury, but it’s still approachable which is a hard medium to find. His description:
This identity was created for a new restaurant in one of Kansas City’s unique urban neighborhoods. Oak 63 is a relaxed French bistro featuring a southern French-style menu. The identity is classic, with historical character, but also an edited, contemporary expression that doesn’t attempt to recreate southern France, but instead evokes the feeling of a fall day in the French countryside. Hand-worked printing techniques—stamps, letterpress printing and screen-printing—infused the relaxed and friendly personality of the restaurant.