Platform is a bar and restaurant located on south east London’s Tooley Street that serves simple, honest food made from British farmed organic produce. Developed by digital design agency Substrakt, Platform’s visual identity mixes a simple logo-type with the iconic tiles once associated with London’s transport network, a key feature of the restaurant’s interior, to offer a more unique and sophisticated take on the organic and fair-trade dinning experience.
Established in 1977 and located in the Delta district of British Columbia, the Delta Lion Pub is a popular local drinking and dining spot that serves pub classics and chef specials. Their new visual identity, created by graphic design studio St Bernadine, combines a wonderfully constructed logo-type, warm colour palette and plenty of retro inspired illustrative detail that celebrates local history and conveys the pub’s open and friendly atmosphere.
The Merrywell is a new 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 CIP, 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.
The Shilling Group is an Scottish independent pub operator that owns and runs the Edinburgh venues: Carriers Quarters, The Pond and Bar Kohl. The group commissioned creative agency Touch to develop a name, visual identity and an on-line presence that would be simple, timeless and trustworthy.
The Armoury is a traditional pub situated in an 18th century building by the River Wandle in Wandsworth, South London. As part of a recent change in management and following a refurbishment the pub underwent a re-brand. Developed by design studio Purpose their new identity takes its cues from local military history to build a modern brand identity with an old fashioned and traditional charm.
The Star of Kings is a pub and live music venue located near Kings Cross, London and the sister pub of The Star of Bethnal Green. As part of their recent renovation they approached creative design agency Bunch to develop their new identity, stationary and promotional materials.