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The simple black and white color palette pushes the textures found in the architecture and printed brand materials. Cure has a hipster-like style about it with that shabby-chic, urban decay vibe. The logo is simple, but gets the bar/booze point across quite literally. The other touch points build from its direction creating nods to old style design, while remaining rather modern. Designed by Bae de Jesus in the Phillipines.

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