simple owesome for your eyes and view
....does your restaurant translate to "The tit to taste" .
"Goûter" in that sense means "snack" as is in the one you had when you were a kid around 4pm with PB&J ;)
Thank you, because the only translation I was finding was "to taste" or "taste". and "le tit" was just "the tit"
And i was like.....what do I do with this.
That may be, but well... when you put that word right next to these graphics it does seem to suggest something
Haha nice one Mike!
But it also shows the main problem of this logo.
Actually, the glass of wine is supposed to stand as the letter P to form the word "p'tit", which is a shortened, colloquial version of "petit" which means "little". But it's hard to make out that P and you guys not really seeing it is a proof that it doesn't really work.
So no, this logo is certainly not "owesome" (sic) nor simple. It's too complicated and I totally miss the bakery part in the symbol. It's at least not something I would associate with a glass of wine and a dome plate.
That being said, the general composition is good, as well as the choice of font and colors. Although a complimenting type would have been welcomed for the subtext and that ornament feels a bit too clip art-y.
I think this logo has potential but needs more work. The symbol needs to be rethunk as that glass would never be properly read as a P. Also, insist a bit more on the bakery part, or least simplify the whole thing. Right now it's a bit too crowded.
Also, it would be nice to give a translation to our non-french speaking colleagues. And also a bit more context and less showing off.
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