The logo was developed for a restaurant business that was housed in a 100-year-old residential historical landmark (read: fantastic old home). Larissa House projects included several renditions of menus over the years as well as retail packaging, newspaper and magazine ads, and web site development. There were many tasty perks to being the promo person, including a volume of Linda Sue’s Chicken Salad!
SCOPE OF WORK
Development of a logo / branding system; word crafting for menu verbiage and food descriptions; menu design (which won a “Blue Plate” award); concepts, designs and graphics for print advertising; and integrating with the brand for an on-site mercantile shop
Creative Thinking, Idea Development, Color Theory, Identity and Branding, Word Craft, Graphic Design, 4-Color Process Printing, Dye-Sublimation Printing, HTML and Web Development
I have a long-running aversion to self-promotion (ironic, huh?) and a full-fledged photophobia. Even now, as I create this promotional vehicle for myself I can't bring myself to sit front row and center. What? Still curious? Shoot over here.