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"This is the place for haute burgers, fries and shakes! The restaurant logo system was designed by yours truly."
Ramp CreativeRamp Creative · February 5, 2012
Burgers
· Chicago, United States
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"This is the place for haute burgers, fries and shakes! The restaurant logo system was designed by yours truly."
Ramp CreativeRamp Creative · February 5, 2012
Bar
· Huntington Beach, United States
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"Pinkberry's signature atmosphere and visual personality attracts people who are not looking for yogurt, but for a designed experience in a cup. The branding was done by our friends at Ferroconcrete."
Ramp CreativeRamp Creative · February 5, 2012
Yogurt
· Burbank, United States
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"Pinkberry's signature atmosphere and visual personality attracts people who are not looking for yogurt, but for a designed experience in a cup. The branding was done by our friends at Ferroconcrete."
Ramp CreativeRamp Creative · February 5, 2012
Yogurt
· Los Angeles, United States
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"Pinkberry's signature atmosphere and visual personality attracts people who are not looking for yogurt, but for a designed experience in a cup. The branding was done by our friends at Ferroconcrete."
Ramp CreativeRamp Creative · February 5, 2012
Yogurt
· Los Angeles, United States
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"The Jelly Belly candy concept was originally created in 1976 by David Klein. The fun yellow and red logo was designed by Kathy Fosselman, which still exists now."
Ramp CreativeRamp Creative · November 10, 2011
Factory
· Fairfield, United States
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