The New Logo!

Hidee-ho listeners and readers!

We had no podcast today as there really isn’t a lot of food news happening. But, I did want to talk, real quick about the new The Man Who Ate the Town logo that was designed by my pal, Stallone Frazier.

I talked to Stallone on a Friday about what I was looking for, not in detail, either. He had a design, almost this exact thing and I tweaked it a bit. He was back with me within a very short time. It was right and voila!! It was ready! I have already ordered shirts with the logo and can’t wait to show them off.

Stallone owns Stallone Frazier Photography & Graphic Design and he Specializes in creating images for businesses’ branding and marketing. In addition to his graphic design, he offers headshots, product shots, fashion and corporate event photography. Check out his Instagram for some of his greatest works. Or, visit his website or send him an email for more info.

While I’m here…

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Bon Appetit!

 

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