Ah brownies, a delicious chocolate dessert that you can never go wrong with baking for others. However, the fun challenge is to find a bit different brownie than the normal to bake to make it an extra special treat. My special brownie is Cookie Dough Brownies; a three layer brownie with starting at the bottom a layer of your basic brownie then a layer of cookie dough and to finish it off a layer of chocolate icing on top. The added cookie dough gives you a dessert that satisfies both a craving for brownies and cookies all in one delectable dessert.
Color-wise Cookie Dough Brownies has your brown from the brownie and chocolate icing then some light tan from the cookie dough so overall not a very colorful dessert. That is why this dessert was perfect for going with a black and white photo to instead focus on the texture of the brownie. Using a plating of three pieces of Cookie Dough Brownies, in the photo you see textures of each layer with the brownie layer crumby, the cookie dough layer a bit moist and fluffy, and with the icing you get the nice lines from when it was spread on top.
Cookie Dough Brownies is a decent size in text so for a logo the objective was a serif font with some elegance and a symbolism of the dessert. The first symbolism was creating a logo in a square shape since the dessert is generally cut and served in squares. Second, the three layers of brownie, cookie dough, and chocolate icing was the other part I wanted to show in the logo. To accomplish that symbolism of the three layers, I created a border on the top and right that starts with a thin black layer for the icing, a thin empty space for the cookie dough, and a thick black layer for the brownie layer. So as you see I also used the ratio of each layer for the whole dessert to determine how my design looks. To me it is always a goal that the logo is a good representation of the item it is for.