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Prairie Fire

Design: White Bear Studio
Location: United Kingdom
Project Type: Produced
Client: Prairie Fire
Product Launch Location: Global
Packaging Contents: BBQ food
Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
Printing Process: Digital printing

Prairie Fire has opened their first restaurant and is waving their flag proudly, bringing people together over great American food. Even if for the time being that means bringing households together over a tasty takeaway. Launching just moments before the Covid-19 lockdown, Prairie Fire has managed to think proactively, rather than reactively. With a little help from us, they’re now fully loaded digitally and delivering family style meals directly to busy families trying to adapt to work, school, and isolated living. Building a loyal delivery service with 50 new customers a day.

Prairie Fire is a BBQ brand with a promise and proposition to serve and deliver ‘Damn Good BBQ’. This commitment is a pledge that encapsulates their new values we built with them; American, Grit, Quality and Premium. The story behind the Kansas City style rub, char, smoke, tenderness, sauce, smile and well used napkins needed to be told, but told right. How do you create a restaurant brand that is future-proofed for scale, and that can make English mouths water with true American grit cliché free?

The branding needed to transport the grilled and griddled art of Kansas City BBQ around the world, while avoiding overused American clichés. The visual language and copywriting emphasises BBQ cooking, however during the rebrand we decided to remove ‘BBQ’ from their brand name to future proof Prairie Fire and enable them to eventually extend across other American product lines. The logotype was hand crafted and inspired by moulded bent iron commonly used on a ranch in the Prairies of Kansas.

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