A T.O. Z Posters Celebrate Toronto’s Culinary Diversity
Friday August 1, 2014
Toronto branding and design boutique Sali Tabacchi introduces a series of posters that showcases the diversity of foods found all over the city. From Arepa to Zeppole, the A T.O. Z posters are as comprehensive as the alphabet, celebrating the array of ethnic cuisines T.O.’s exciting and ever-growing restaurant culture serves up. From Spanish, Italian and Chinese to Vietnamese, Polish and Japanese, you can order up every kind of delicacy in Toronto’s eateries – as well as in its neighbourhood grocery stores, bakeries, food trucks and farmers markets – and these posters capture the mouth-watering flavours in a witty art piece.
A T.O. Z comes in black or white, in framed and unframed versions that make perfect wall art for the kitchen and beyond. The posters are part of a larger collection, with versions that highlight a single food item – like XO Sauce – or a grouping of similar edibles, such as triangular pockets from various cultures: grilled cheese, samosa, spanakopita and baklava. The entire line constitutes a side project for Sali Tabacchi, a branding and design boutique with clients such as CBC, Mjölk, Department of Architectural Science, Ryerson, Interior Design Show and Designlines Magazine.
The posters are available through Sali Tabacchi’s online shop, at sali-tabacchi-shop.myshopify.com. For more information, including details about prices and prints, contact: Melissa Agostino, at email@example.com
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