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The Parcel Yard by Designers Anonymous

Logo and stamp detail created by Designers Anonymous for Fuller's flagship Kings Cross Station pub The Parcel Yard

The Parcel Yard is the flagship pub of UK based hospitality brand Fuller’s situated in the grade 2 listed former parcel office of King’s Cross station. The pub’s visual identity, developed by independent design agency Designers Anonymous, takes the simple postal cues of an ink and adhesive stamp and executes these with a subtle rail line twist and original illustrative detail.

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Reuben Hills designed by Luke Brown

Logo designed by Luke Brown for coffee roastry and cafe Ruben Hills

Reuben Hills is a coffee roastry and cafe located in the Surray Hills region of Sydney, Australia. The cafe’s identity, designed by multidisciplinary creative studio Luke Brown, is an interesting monochromatic mix of bold but breezy sans serif typography, vintage photography and stamp-based print treatment.

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The Merrywell designed by Can I Play

Logo design for The Merrywell developed by CIP

The Merrywell is a gastro pub created by ‘globe-trotting American chefs’ Grant MacPherson and Sam DeMarco located on the corner of Melbourne’s Clarendon St and Crown Riverside serving local and seasonal produce. Their visual identity, built from a monogram, logotype and a variety of well composited photographic, illustrative and typographic montages created by design studio Can I Play, has been confidently utilised throughout the pub’s interior, signage, menus, taps, flags, business cards and coasters. The result is a varied but cohesive union of identity and interior that delivers a bright, quirky and playful personality.

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