Trewithen Restaurant in Lostwithiel approached us because they needed a re-brand. Their delicious cuisine and friendly front of house service was not at all represented in their existing logo so we started from scratch.

The Fork pattern Pickle Design illustrated for Trewithen Restaurant in Lostwithiel

Emma illustrated a variety of forks to create a bespoke pattern for the restaurant. Although Trewithen is a relaxed place they excel in fine dining and the idea of illustrations of different forks appealed to the owners. We chose a muted silvered grey with a rich teal. Clean and unfussy typography help keep the design contemporary. The fork helps people know Trewithen is a restaurant as soon as they see the sign or the logo on the high street.

Stationery design for Trewithen Restaurant

Bill holder design for Trewithen Restaurant

Business card design for Trewithen Restaurant

With the website working we laid out how the menus could work, selecting complementary typefaces and designing the menu sheets themselves. The fork pattern worked well on the back of the menu. A business card and bill holder are all designed to fit in.

Street front signage design for Trewithen Restaurant

Window graphics design for Trewithen Restaurant

Projected roadside signage design for Trewithen Restaurant

Window graphics design for Trewithen Restaurant

To ensure Trewithen made its mark on the high street of Lostwhithiel we designed some exterior signage. A projected circular sign catches your eye as you look down the historic street and we also created artwork for a window graphic.

Advert design for The Trewithen Restaurant, Lostwithiel

For quite a few of our clients we do advert design. Its lovely taking a brand you have created and making it ‘real’ in the world. The challenge is always trying to communicate your message successfully with the limitations of the publications specification. You must bare in mind the audience as well as the fact that your advert will need to compete with a spread full of others.  Trewithen has a bold and distinct colour palette, coupling that with the fork pattern then you have instantly recognisable branding. The food looks lovely too!

Sign design for Trewithen Bistro

Trewithen have opened a new venture in Lostwithiel, just across the road! The new Bistro and Wine Bar needed a bit of signage so people new where to go for their lunch. We created this joyfully bright sign to hang on the restaurants door pointing to the bistro.

Business card design for Trewithen Bistro and Wine Bar

Business card design for Trewithen Bistro and Wine Bar

To help advertise the new venture we also designed some bright new business cards to match in with the vibrant decor. With elements of the well recognised Trewithen brand such as the circle logo and fork illustration.

The Bistro in Lostwithiel new pattern

Building on the Trewithen brand we wanted to give The Bistro and Wine Bar it’s own pattern, like the restaurant has the forks. We chose the forks initially to represent fine dining, The Bistro is a more laid back affair and we wanted to reflect the variety of what they offer. From Breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, tapas, cocktails to cheese and wine. Emma hand illustrated and then vector traced items inspired by their menu for us to use in the design.

The Bistro and Wine Bar from Trewithen logo on purple

The Bistro and Wine Bar from Trewithen logo on orange

The Bistro and Wine Bar from Trewithen logo on white

The logo adapts easily to its context, versatile in purple, orange and white. We have also designed some adverts for our client and are working on signage concepts for The Bistro.

Advert design for The Bistro in Lostwithiel

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