Teddy’s Nacho Royale Visual Identity & Interiors by Moniker

Teddy’s Nacho Royale Visual Identity & Interiors by Moniker

When it comes to sharply designed branding and identity one of the first names that comes to mind is Brent Couchman and his San Francisco design studio Moniker. One of my recent favorite projects they completed was the branding and identity for Teddy’s Nacho Royale, a Mexican restaurant on the Menlo Park campus of Facebook.

Teddy’s Nacho Royale Visual Identity & Interiors by Moniker

I think what they’ve done is a perfect mix of playful type and symbols, all presented in a clean, contemporary fashion. They specifically “developed the visual identity, signage and interior graphics with a nod to local burrito joints, while incorporating their internal culture throughout the restaurant.” Overall it’s really well done, and a place personally I would love to frequent.

You can see more of Moniker’s work by clicking here.

Teddy’s Nacho Royale Visual Identity & Interiors by Moniker

Teddy’s Nacho Royale Visual Identity & Interiors by Moniker

Teddy’s Nacho Royale Visual Identity & Interiors by Moniker

Teddy’s Nacho Royale Visual Identity & Interiors by Moniker

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