New Japanese Restaurant Banner

I love Japanese food and therefore I have decided to create a Japanese Restaurant Banner.

I was trying to do quiet Asian like, but I am not Asian.

The name for the restaurant is “Koi” like the fish, which is in the background of the banner.

I am expecting , that more things will come.

I want to give credits to the photographer, who are responsible for the beautiful sushi images I have used.

In my usual fashion I went to http://www.pexels.com. I would like to thank these artists for their work.

Christel Jensen

Oslo, Norway 

chjphotos 

Skitterphoto

skitterphoto.com/ 

Valeria Boltneva

Estonia 

tsapolka www.facebook.com/valeria.boltneva 

Chevanon Photography

Thailand 

www.shutterstock.com/g/chevanon 

rawpixel.com

byrawpixel byrawpixel www.rawpixel.com 

Visit rawpixel.com for more free images, PSD mockups and vectors. 

I have also created some brand t-shirts for the members of staff to be easier recognisable for the customers.

The third row of the uniquely designed t-shirts could be sold to customers.

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Restaurant menu

Over the past years I have done number of Photoshop courses. If I try to remember the very first time I encountered Adobe Photoshop I am talking about somewhere around 2000 when I was still at high school. Back than I couldn’t do much I was happy with opening, closing and saving my document, but things are better now. If I am counting right it is 18 years it sounds like somebodies whole life.

I can use the application, but there is still lots I need to learn. I have created my first restaurant menu using Photoshop. I have always thought the best application to use for this is Adobe InDesign, but that is quite tricky software to use as there is quite a lot of rules which need to be followed to be able to use it ¬†successfully. Sometimes I think I just haven’t got the patience for it. Enough talking here is my menu.

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