Burger Logos 3: International Edition

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Burger Logos 3: International Edition

Burgers have gone far beyond being all-American fare to become a universal culinary language. Where that language is spoken best is the burger bar, and that, too, has become a global phenomenon. In 2012 and in 2013, BurgerBusiness.com collected interesting burger-bar logos, primarily from the U.S. This time the spotlight is on a few of the many burger-menu restaurants beyond our borders.

 Carolinas Original The Burger Shop by Shake 'Em Buns Hong Kong Possibly the longest name in burgerdom and yet an eyecatching logo.

Carolinas Original The Burger Shop by Shake ‘Em Buns
Hong Kong
Possibly the longest name in burgerdom and yet an eye-catching logo.

 A Burger Display of Power Sinaloa, Mexico Another long name with the punch of a rock 'em sock 'em graphic.

Burger Power: A Burger Display of Power
Sinaloa, Mexico
Another long name with the punch of a rock ’em sock ’em graphic.

T-Burger Sint-Niklaas, Belgium "Buns & Things"? The focus on buns is unusual and raises the question of hat "things" are.

T-Burger
Sint-Niklaas, Belgium
“Buns & Things”? The focus on buns is unusual and raises the question of hat “things” are.

Le Bon Burger Marseilles, France A giant bun with the nice touch of sesame seeds.

Le Bon Burger
Marseille, France
A giant bun with the nice touch of sesame seeds.

Die Burgermacher Vienna, Austria An elegant, under-stated line drawing.

Die Burgermacher
Vienna, Austria
An elegant, under-stated line drawing.

Omakase Burger Singapore In an age of customization, "Let the chef decide" is an interesting choice of mottos.

Omakase Burger
Singapore
In an age of customization, “Let the chef decide” is an interesting choice of mottos.

Drama Burger Vilnius, Lithuania A wonderful wink the the dramatist's typewriter.

Drama Burger
Vilnius, Lithuania
A wonderful wink the the dramatist’s typewriter.

Illegal Burger Oslo, Norway A great throw-back with the "burglar mask" and '60s-style cartooning.

Illegal Burger
Oslo, Norway
A great throw-back with the “burglar mask” and ’60s-style cartooning.

Pipes Burger Tbilisi, Georgia A clean rendering of the burger-parts graphic.

Pipes Burger
Tbilisi, Georgia
A clean rendering of the burger-parts graphic.

Burger Factory Bangkok, Thailand It's sad that the obnoxious, jargony term "handcrafted" has worked its way around the world.

Burger Factory
Bangkok, Thailand
It’s unfortunate that the obnoxious, jargony term “handcrafted” has made its way around the world.

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