Julian

Nathaniel Cooper wrote in this week to let us know about Julian, a new collaborative project between him, Jordan Gray and Brent Anderson. The new Kansas City restaurant features “refined twists on familiar comfort food from James Beard award-winning chef Celina Tio”. To create the friendly, welcoming brand, the designers took cues from one of Tio’s biggest influences, the well-known kitchen of Julia Child.

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Take a look at the Flickr set with more images right here.

6 Comments

  1. Jennifer says:

    What a dream project! It came out wonderful!
  2. Dan says:

    So nice. Great job all around...except for the bathroom signage. A spoon is the last thing I want to associate with a row of toilets.
  3. Catherine says:

    Love it all! I have to say, though, I think the cup on top of the word is too much for the signage out front, but then again, I am not a master designer, so I guess I should just trust them that it's better that way. Thanks for sharing, as always!
  4. Nathaniel Cooper: Oak 63 | design work life says:

    [...] last checked in with Nathaniel Cooper when I posted about the Julian restau­rant design. So I was excited to see this equally lovely iden­tity for Oak 63 when I [...]
  5. design work life » Stir says:

    [...] may rec­og­nize some of the projects below —I posted about Julian here and Glacé here— but now you’re see­ing them in a whole new light. Copywriter [...]
  6. nathaniel cooper creative + julian. « Sarah Scussel, Graphic Designer says:

    [...] out the rest of his work on his site. My favorite project is his newest that was just posted on design work life. Cooper collaborated with Jordan Gray and Brent Anderson to create the identity system for Julian. I [...]
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