StrEat Foodie Logo Design Contest

StrEat Foodie has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 179 designs from 17 different designers from around the world.
Contest
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Mexico

Slogan

Experience and travel the world through your palate

What We Do

The best way to get to know a foreign country is through the streets... walking them, talking to the people who traverse them and by tasting its local food. StrEat Foodie's aim is to share delicious simple recipes that reflect international street food from all over the world with an added twist (gourmet and healthy).

Industry

Restaurant

Color Preferences

I want to emphasize the street part as being casual, fun and exciting using either of these colors: red, blue or orange (Str)
And maybe on the other hand use grey or black for the gourmet, healthy twist (Eat)
But keeping it simple and modern

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

I picture something simple,youthful,cool and casual.

It has to reflect the excitement and adventure of traveling the streets but at the same time with some sort of sophistication.

I would prefer if you don't add the slogan to the logo.

The font could be either modern or rustic or both if it makes sense. If there's an idea for a logo to go with the name I would probably keep it one color,but feel free to be as creative as you like if it makes sense and fits the criteria I have described.
This is targeted to people who like to cook, travel and now given the current circumstances are looking for easy to make recipes that can result in delicious food that can transport them to other countries while sharing the experience with their loved ones.

Themes

Modern
Adventure
Simple
Raw

Style Inspiration

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