Kalavruksh

Client Brief

The client wanted a new brand identity for their food startup. They wanted something that looks more edgy rather than funky and approached us for the work.

Idea

After a lot of market research, we got few ideas for Ambrosia. We wanted to show its eco-friendly side and also the traditional Greek culture.

Execution

Firstly we had a session with client to really understand their needs and requirements. They are into chocolates and other exquisite food items and the meaning of Ambrosia means the food of gods. Once we understood the brief, we got onto the market research.

Result

After few sketches, we settled on a typeface and a icon for the brand that stands out of the crowd and is different than their competitors and the client loved it.

Kalavruksh

Design

  1. Rajkot

Services

Clients

Category Experience

Employees

1-10 Employees

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