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Fika designed by Designers Anonymous

Fika - Signage by Designers Anonymous

Fika is a bar and kitchen located on London’s Brick Lane with a rustic menu prepared on site and to order, all of which can be taken away. Created by Designers Anonymous, Fika’s visual identity, which extends on-line, in-print and as signage, is an illustrative and photographic mix of characters, cartoons and quirky compounded imagery bound by a consistent logo, material choice and a recurring perforated edge detail.

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Willow Tree designed by Bunch

Logo and stationery design by Bunch for business consultancy Willow Tree

Willow Tree, one of London’s leading business consultancies, worked with graphic design studio Bunch to develop a new but traditional-looking visual identity with an attention to detail.

Based around a WT monogram, created by typographer Spencer Charles, utilised as a mix of embosses, carved in seals and simulated watermark, and using purple cloth, black leather, cream paper and handmade coffee pottery, Bunch’s solution embraces a strong crafted quality alongside a more contemporary use of space and type.

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Kitte designed by Hara Design Institute

KITTE - Logo and sign system design by Hara Design Institute

KITTE, a play on the Japanese word “kitte” literally meaning “postage stamp” in English, is a new seven-floor restaurant and retail destination located in Tokyo’s Marunouchi district that opened its doors on March 21st, 2013. Housed within JP Tower—the site of the landmark central post office building—KITTE will play an instrumental role in revamping the historic area as the first commercial facility of the now privately held Japan Post company.

Guest Opinion written by Josh Nychuk

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