2016 Eat Drink Design Awards: Best Identity Design – high commendations

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Tetsujin Bar and Restaurant (Melbourne, Victoria) by Principle Design

Tetsujin Bar and Restaurant (Melbourne, Victoria) by Principle Design

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Tetsujin Bar and Restaurant (Melbourne, Victoria) by Principle Design

Tetsujin Bar and Restaurant (Melbourne, Victoria) by Principle Design Image: Derek Swalwell

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8Bit City (Melbourne, Victoria) by Studio io

8Bit City (Melbourne, Victoria) by Studio io Image: Renee Stamatis

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8Bit City (Melbourne, Victoria) by Studio io

8Bit City (Melbourne, Victoria) by Studio io Image: Simon Bent

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The Penny Drop (Box Hill, Victoria) by Pop & Pac

The Penny Drop (Box Hill, Victoria) by Pop & Pac Image: Mark Lobo

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The Penny Drop (Box Hill, Victoria) by Pop & Pac

The Penny Drop (Box Hill, Victoria) by Pop & Pac Image: Mark Lobo

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Highly commended identity designs at the 2016 Eat Drink Design Awards:

Tetsujin Bar and Restaurant (Melbourne, Victoria) – Principle Design
8Bit City (Melbourne, Victoria) – Studio io
The Penny Drop (Box Hill, Victoria) – Pop & Pac

See the whole gallery of images at the Eat Drink Design Awards website.


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