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Brewdog Menus by O Street, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Menus that feature mixed fibre, dyed and uncoated papers, blind embossing and block foil for Brewdog designed by O Street

O Street worked with craft brewery Brewdog; best known for their beers and big attitude but also a growing hospitality presence throughout the United Kingdom, to create a distinctive menu design and system for over fifty of their bars. This included both a full menu which features a handmade backboard, and a Daily Drafts menu, individually finished at each location.

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Little Italy by Here Design, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity by British studio Here Design for Amman-based restaurant Little Italy

Little Italy is a restaurant, gelateria and pizzeria located in the Jordanian capital of Amman. The restaurant features a distinctive, period and European-inspired interior of stained wood, glossy white tiles, concrete floor, vintage glass light shades, wood panelling and exposed I beams, brought together with a modern balance and lovely sense of form and contrast. This continues through to the restaurant’s brand identity, developed by London based Here Design, in its mix of type and illustration. This links menus, interior graphics, signage, packaging and business cards.

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Karla Black + Kishio Suga: A New Order by O Street, UK

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Visual identity and invitation for the exhibition Karla Black + Kishio Suga: A New Order at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art designed by O Street, UK

A New Order is an exhibition of the work of Karla Black and Kishio Suga taking place at Modern One of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art between 22nd October and 19th February. The artists, unaware of each other’s work prior to the conception of the exhibition, working on opposite sides of the world, are described as being united in their use of everyday materials to create sculptural work that responds to specific spaces. This commonality informed the visual identity of the exhibition designed by Glasgow based O Street and ties together wordmark, invitations, signage and posters.

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