Talulla

IDENTITY | PRINT | INTERIOR |  SIGNAGE | EXTERIOR | WEB | SOCIAL 

The merit and expertise of veterans Danielle Ayer and Conor Dennehy is no secret to the Boston culinary community. Their unique and individual talents have been enriching dining experiences for years. It is this professional experience, in combination with their personal story, that inspires their new restaurant and my design of a brand identity reflecting this beautiful union of culinary excellence and relationships.

The name Talulla originated from the name of their daughter, which speaks volumes about what this business and brand represents. The Cambridge restaurant is a place that luxury can be expected, along with an intimate environment and thoughtful ideology. I created an identity represting this harmony between the structure exuding from their strong professional experience and the fluidity of the natural progression in relationships and human connection. It was critical the logo and all extending brand materials should be balanced–clean and timeless as well as warm and inspired as a unique expression.


 
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Talulla is currently displaying the oil painting "Hands" by Brittany Loar in their dining room. 

Photo by Wayne Earl Chinnock Photography

 

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