Pig's Pearls

by Theresa Christine Johnson on 05/26/2015 | 2 Minute Read

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Pigs get a bad reputation, but the design for Pig’s Pearls by Daniel Barba allows us to view them in a different light. Using the Victorian age and English engraving of the late nineteenth century as inspiration, we see pigs as regal kings with refined taste.

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The design immediately sets the tone for this Guadalajara-based gourmet burger restaurant. This clearly isn’t just another greasy burger joint — this is where you go for premium ingredients and unique meals. Combining colors of off-white with black text and gold accents, and an all-caps font with a vintage twist, the Victorian inspiration shines.

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The Pig’s Pearls logo stars a large pig wearing an elaborate crown, full of personality and even a little bit of humor. Product containers are an opaque black, slightly unusual and different, further elevating the brand with distinct characteristics.

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Designed by Daniel Barba

Country: Mexico

City: Guadalajara

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