I don't know about you, but I get a little nostalgic for distinctive chain restaurant architecture from the 80s and 90s.

The buildings were unmistakable then and unmistakable today (even when other businesses have moved in). They have loud colors, or odd shapes, or both. They compete for your attention, calling to satisfy your hunger as you drove by. They also dominate the American landscape, practically from coast to coast, in cities, suburbs, and rural towns.

Just as they have existed on roadsides everywhere, they carry on as signposts in our memories--places where we had birthday parties, rested from a road trip, made questionable late night decisions.

I made this design as an homage to the Classic Chain Restaurant Architecture, and it's available here as three product types: