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Contributed by Stephen Coles on Oct 9th, 2014. Artwork published in .
    Popote’s 1
    Source: http://violaineetjeremy.fr License: All Rights Reserved.

    Paris-based Violaine & Jérémy designed this identity system for Popote’s, a French restaurant in Brooklyn. The logo Univers Ultra Condensed Thin with circles replacing the ‘O’s. It references a 1930s modernist aesthetic while also following the restaurant’s slogan: “French traditional food with a modern twist”. GT Haptik, an unusual geometric sans adds another twist and Eagle continues the Art Deco vibe. I’m unable to identify the serif type.

    Popote’s 2
    Source: http://violaineetjeremy.fr License: All Rights Reserved.
    Popote’s 3
    Source: http://violaineetjeremy.fr Illustration by Olivia Fremineau. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Popote’s 4
    Source: http://violaineetjeremy.fr License: All Rights Reserved.
    Popote’s 5
    Source: http://violaineetjeremy.fr License: All Rights Reserved.
    Popote’s 6
    Source: http://violaineetjeremy.fr License: All Rights Reserved.
    Popote’s 7
    Source: http://violaineetjeremy.fr License: All Rights Reserved.
    Popote’s 8
    Source: http://violaineetjeremy.fr License: All Rights Reserved.
    Popote’s 9
    Source: http://violaineetjeremy.fr License: All Rights Reserved.

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    • Univers Ultra Condensed
    • GT Haptik
    • Eagle
    • Valuco
    • unidentified typeface

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