Attention to detail is the secret sauce for a superior presentation, and there's no better way to add a subtle yet unmissable touch than pins and other small accessories. They can add a fun finishing touch, or highlight and elevate your brand. Less formal than embroidery, but can often reflect your concept in a more creative way, and staff can individualize their looks more readily.
For GT Prime, we created one rabbit and one fox die-struck pin style with "GT" engraving to round out their woodland theme.
For Billy Sunday, we used some of their existing iconography for this eye-catching duo:
Hotel Kansas City was looking for designs for their Front Desk, their rustic and refined restaurant concept The Town Co., and the Western-inspired speakeasy El Gold.
Chicago staple Gibsons wanted to elevate their staff uniforms with the small but undeniably eye catching addition of a tie bar featuring their name and logo in a shiny silver metallic finish.
We topped off Aparium Hotel Group's Daxton Hotel uniform program with some shiny new engraved tie bars for their staff.
BOKA Restaurant Group's Lefty's concept wanted a keychain modeled after a home plate to fit their theme, and we obliged.
BOKA also asked us for a high-quality solid metal keychain in the style of the James Beard Award. We meticulously vectorized the logo and the finished product became a coveted gift from the illustrious restaurant group.