Great work overall. Very quick response on revisions. I've very happy with the end results.
Great work, done quickly!
- Ricky AsamManis
Amazing designer, very good communication, original and understands the client extremely well. I highly recommend Ricky AsamManis.
He works very fast, does high quality work and is very responsive!
Great work, easy to work with and good design sense!
- joe iy
Very reactive and timely manner , very simple and creative approach
How Fredpouillot started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We offer narrative and culinary experiences to help foreign travelers discover the local culture of the country they visit through food. Specifically,during a few hours travelers can watch a local chef prepare a typical meal, participate in the preparation if they so wish, and listen to a story teller who builds on the ingredients, techniques, etc... to tell stories which relate to the local culture in all its dimensions: arts, history, sociology, science, etc...
At the end everybody shares the meal together. The experiences extend to local drinks, cheeses, or market visits but always include both culinary (taste) and narrative (culture) experiences.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Audience: originally native english speakers traveling outside of their countries (e.g to Europe or Asia), either as tourists or expatriates. Typically 25 to 65; with a combined interest in food and local cultures.
The brand will quickly extend its reach to Japanese and other travelers.
The brand has global ambitions: both in terms of the travelers (e.g Americans, English, Japanese, etc...) and the locations where they will experience Le Foodist (France, Italy, China, etc....)
The slogan is: Helps travelers discover culture through food. It can be incorporated, does not necessarily need to be (designer to see what is best; ideally to propose both).
Note: the logo provided is not meant to be directional