hi guys. an update to the brief, can you all try to use all your creative juices and put together a design that feels malaysian and looks malaysian but does not have the actual malaysian flag in it? we dont want it to be too obvious but more subtle and sophisticated thanks!
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Another tip guys: Remember that both words 'Malaysian' and 'Food' needs to be emphasised at the same level, to avoid the confusion that the group is for malaysians only. For all those who have missed this point, please go back and amend your designs thank you.
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Also note that some other designers have used other colours that they believe resonate with the brand. If you believe another colour may work for this brand, please do try it and don't feel totally constrained within the national colours of red/blue/yellow
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note: none of the text can be in red, so please avoid this!
People have gotten confused with the brand whether it is MALAYSIAN. Food lovers or MALAYSIAN FOOD lovers.
The emphasis is on MALAYSIAN FOOD, on the food and not on the nationality. Can you please make sure this is addressed in the logo.
Also the logo should capture the essence or spirit of the devotion of Malaysian food lovers. We are the most crazy type of foodies out there and it's our time to shine. So please dog deeptr
We want our MFL group to exude a higher level of sophistication, class that is attributed to a quality media brand. Our eventual goal for the group is to go beyond helping the city communities around to also connecting to the high profile individuals in the food scene, and hold masterclass interviews, workshops etc. While we need to appeal to people from all parts of life, a part of it needs to look sophisticated enough to be taken seriously by big food and beverage brands and indivduals.
It's important that the logo is versatile e.g. we can easily create it into a favicon or a min logo, or a thumbnail.
We also want you to think of a secondary logo with just the acronym 'MFL' that can be used.
Another thing to take note is that while the traditional Malaysian colours we thought of for the brand is Red, Green & Gold, we also want you to think outside the box and see if you can incorporate different colours in addition or in replacement...!
Also be mindful that a common defat technique is to just use a western spoon and fork, but in Malaysian food Asian, so use chopsticks where possible. Please do not use knife as that is not a common utensil
Please do not be shy and be as bold as you can, as we plan for this brand to become a household name with all people that love Malaysian food.
Thanks and if you have any further questions you can contact me at email@example.com or +61423383543 for more information!