Victoria Herrera designed these business cards for Pacifique, a restaurant with seductive melding of Japanese and French cuisine in the heart of West Hollywood.
“Pacifique is an exploration of dishes from across the Asiatic region, executed with French flair and prepared with local ingredients of the highest quality,” Victoria said.
“Luxurious yet laid back, Pacifique is a unique destination that balances simplicity and stimulation in perfect harmony.”
The business card design embraces elegance and combines the influence of both cultures into one.
Undoubtedly, its distinctive appearance is intriguing enough to leave a lasting impression!
Speaking of the design inspirations, Victoria said, “The branding used this unique cuisine combination, Japanese and French, as the foundation of its visual language.”
“The visual elements were inspired from each region, like patterns inspired by Japanese textiles, and a customized Art Deco styled wordmark that evoked an elegant yet playful Western aesthetic, much like the ambiance of the restaurant.”
These business cards were printed by MOO with gold foil on the wordmark and Japanese-textile inspired pattern on the back for the luxurious vibe.
Designed by Victoria Herrera
Printed by MOO
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