“Handmade” and “local” are the two key values of the new identity for Bacoa Gourmet Burger bars, developed by TwoPoints.Net. “One of the biggest influences were the typical spanish bars from Barcelona. Usually they were build in the seventies. They often use condensed sans-serif typefaces, cut out of acrylic glass. The color scheme of these bars is very limited. Usually the boards, napkins and doilies are only printed in two colors, red and blue. We also tried to embrace the sometimes amateurish design, which gives a typical spanish bar it’s own charme”, they point out.
“Hecho a mano” y “local” son los dos conceptos primordiales sobre los que gira la nueva identidad de las hamburgueserías gourmet Bacoa, desarrollada por TwoPoints.Net. “Una de las gran referencias fueron los típicos bares normales de Barcelona. Normalmente son de los setenta, y tienen la estética de la época: tipografías de palo seco estrechas, normalmente en relieve sobre los luminosos de metacrilato. El color de las aplicaciones de estos bares es muy limitado: normalmente los mensajes en servilletas y los letreros de metacrilatos van en el azul y rojo característicos. También le dimos el aire un poco amateur de los típicos bares españoles para conservar el encanto de estos”, afirman.
By Two Points
Source: Cosas Visuales (♥)
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