June 4, 2011 | 22 Comments
Designed by Stitch | Country: United States
“A budget friendly identity system was developed for this Cucina Italiana using printed tape that can be applied to almost anything.”
22 Responses to “Wild Olive”
The tape idea is amazing, great project.
I’m Italian and “Fare un commento” sounds like a bad automated translation!
This system looks great. Would love to know where they got the tape made.
I’m also very interested to learn more about tape printing. Anyone have any sources?
I love the system. The tape is a darn good way to keep the cost low. Great restaurant branding from a studio I respect a lot.
The only qualm I see is the translation. I think it’s too literal to say “leave a comment.” That’s how we say it in English but not how it’s really said in Italian. I think it’d be better to say “give a comment” or “offer a comment.” Too late I guess.
I’ll probably have this on my restaurant branding blog soon enough. 😀
where do you get tape like this?
very interested in the printed tape. source? merci!!!
If you’re willing to buy a bunch, here’s a source. http://www.uline.com/Grp_CustomTape/
wow – when you said “willing to buy a bunch” you meant it!
Still a great idea. I’m going to look for a vendor that can do smaller quantities.
I admit printed tape is very nice, original and creative. It may be useful for many businesses. Though every business should invent something new, that will be its guarantee of success for sure.
Love, love the tape.
Decker Tape can print these for much less than ULINE.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
Very cool products! Would also love to know where you got the tape printed! Great idea!
I love it! Where can I buy it?
Anyone know where to order custom printed tape in small runs? (I’m talking about under 10-15 rolls) Thanks!
I love the tape! Great design too! If you need someone else to print the tape, be sure to check out http://brownandpratt.com/ – I am sure that they would be able to help you out!
search ‘washi’ tape
The translation is not quite right….to late ..
So to the person who originally posted this on this blog, can we get a definitive answer as to precisely what company printed this tape? It looks to be either masking or paper tape. Can you provide some details? People all over the web are seeking this tape! I don’t want suggestions or designers. I only want to know what company printed the tape in the above photos. Thank you! : )
After clicking through the site for Stitch, who is the company that designed the tape, I found that their sister company, http://www.sideshowpress.com is who printed the tape.
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