Resource Speaker/Expert: Ige Ramos
Room D – June 11, 2020 | Thursday, 02:00 pm – 05:00 pm (Half day)
Design for food is fast becoming a niche in the graphic design industry. More and more stand-alone kiosks, food trucks, eateries, and restaurants are opening every day, and they all need the graphic design, branding, and marketing to initiate a formal public engagement. It is true that through our eyes we eat the food before we eat them. This workshop will show you how to make results-oriented graphic materials, based on his case studies from flyers, menu and restaurant branding.
Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Target Audience: Designers, corporate communicators, PR practitioners and people interested in pursuing a career in food communications.
Multi-awarded Graphic Designer
Ige Ramos is an award-winning visual artist, book designer, and food writer. He is a fearless traveler, cook and recipe kitchen-tester. He is the founding editor-in-chief of Rustan’s Supermarket SansRival Magalogue. For the past 15 years, he designed the most influential, Philippine-published cookbooks and restaurant branding identity systems. He is currently the President of the Culinary Historians of the Philippines, the Vice President for External Affairs of the Philippine Culinary Heritage Movement and an active member of Slow Food Philippines. His personal advocacy is to research, promote and preserve the food traditions of Cavite Province via his platform, The Republic of Taste Food Network, through Ige Ramos Design