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Da Nonna Rosa logo

Contributed by Sophie G on May 20th, 2022. Artwork published in
circa 2011
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    Da Nonna Rosa logo 1
    Photo: Sophie G. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Da Nonna Rosa, an Italian restaurant and banquet hall, located on 7th Avenue in Park Slope, Brooklyn, opened its doors in 2011. A Google Street View snapshot from around the time of its opening shows the original Giddyup logo printed in white on a red canvas awning. At some point within the following two years, the sign was upgraded to backlit raised acrylic letters, featuring faux bold Giddyup. The menus, window decals, and floor mats still feature the logo in its original weight. The website features a stroked version of the logo with a glow effect, seemingly an illustration of the exterior sign. The website also features a 3D scan of the restaurant interior for anyone interested in paying Da Nonna Rosa a visit in virtual reality.

    Da Nonna Rosa logo 2
    Photo: Sophie G. License: All Rights Reserved.
    The Da Nonna Rosa logo on the awning in June 2011. “Catering” and the house and phone numbers are added in .
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    The Da Nonna Rosa logo on the awning in June 2011. “Catering” and the house and phone numbers are added in Jott Casual.

    The Da Nonna Rosa logo in what appears to be a handdrawn rendition of Giddyup, in August 2011
    Source: www.google.com Google Street View. License: All Rights Reserved.

    The Da Nonna Rosa logo in what appears to be a handdrawn rendition of Giddyup, in August 2011

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