16 Jul 12 Deliciously Designed Food Products, Packages and Places
For this week’s List Wednesdays we’re feasting our eyes on a list of 12 deliciously designed food products, packages and places.
The Bacon Pop-up Bar
The Bacon Pop-up Bar and Bacon of the Month Club in Franschoek is all about, you guessed it, bacon! Their impressive space, which opened up in May this year, was designed by Wonderland Collective. Pop in to try their bacon treats or join the Bacon of the Month club to have some delivered.
Cheap Eats Icons
Daniel Ting Chong recently illustrated icons for New York Magazine’s issue of Cheap Eats.
Hallelujah is an experimental Asian kitchen and Champagne bar on Kloof Nek Road in Cape Town with a luminescent pink sign and Flamingo wallpaper.
(Photography by Heather Moore for Skinny la Minx.)
Cape Town Street Food Festival
The upcoming Cape Town Street Food Festival‘s logo was designed by Hannes Bernard from SulSolSal. The festival programme includes talks by some of Cape Town’s most exciting food entrepreneurs, a market and a street food dinner. Buy tickets to join them on 27 July 2014.
Packaging Design by Canvas
Canvas created the logos and packaging for freshly launched local brands Nom Nom Snacks and That Mayo/That Milk.
Nom Nom Snacks:
That Mayo/That Milk:
Menus by Nicole Dalton
2BOP x Chloe Hugo-Hamman
(Photography by Malibonge Tylio for Skattie, What Are You Wearing?)
The Good Luck Club
FFMM x Publik
Frankie Fenner Meat Merchants and Publik Wine Bar has a tough yet cool look and feel, complete with a glass walk-in fridge full of grass-fed meat right in the middle of their basement spot in Cape Town’s Church Street.
Honest Chocolate invites local creatives to conceptualise and design the wrappers for each of their raw cocoa slabs.
Father Coffee has a slick wooden interior, clean packaging and simple CI, along with some beautifully roasted and perfectly poured coffee of course.
Las Paletas Lollies
Each artisan ice lollie from Las Paletas is a piece of art in its own right, all handmade from seasonal ingredients. Grab them at markets around Cape Town, in selected Pick n Pay stores or order some especially.