Monogram Design Etiquette
Design Etiquette is a visual studio working with local and international clients.

We love giving brands the tools they need for their growth: from a great branding system to their online communication. We believe in the power that design has over our everyday life, by helping differentiate brands, products, and even life itself.
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Our Work in FeedMe!

Thank you RHED Publishers for sending us a copy of Feed Me! all the way from Singapore, and featuring our branding project Shortcakes! You know that you have a good design book in your hands when you see beauty in every page.

Feed Me! packs the best of food branding in recent years, featuring 136 projects from five continents, in a beautiful designed and crafted book.

It is an honor and a great feeling to see our work next to the designers and agencies we admire (like Rice-Creative, Asylum and BOND) from all over the world.

RHED Publishers is an international publishing house located in Singapore which specializes in creating and publishing a wide range of architecture and interior design books. With highly comprehensive contents and graphic illustrations, their books aim to improve the quality of architecture and design through additional insights and references around technical specifications, social & culture, and urban representations. You can check their Facebook profile here.

This book is a great branding reference for the food industry, and it’s a great addition to every design library. You can get this beauty at Amazon.com


Index for the design book Feed Me! by RHED Publishers
Branding and graphic materials for Shotcakes by Design Etiquette / Feed Me!
Feed Me! A design book by RHED Publishers
Logotype and branding for Kahru by Bond Creative / Feed Me!
Logotype and branding for La Diplomate by Rice Creative / Feed Me!
Graphic Identity for Take Eat Easy by Codefrisko / Feed Me!
Branding for El Mero Mero by Asylum / Feed Me!
Branding for Shotcakes by Design Etiquette / Feed Me!

Mariana Pacheco

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