Clifton Arms is a hotel, restaurant, bar and brasserie situated within a grade two listed building at the heart of the UK seaside town of Lytham. The hotel has a rich heritage dating back to 1794 which includes a location change from Clifton Street to West Beach in 1840 and the reception of high profile guests such as Winston Churchill and The Beatles. Following a recent renovation, Preston based creative agency Wash, drawing inspiration from the hotel’s past, developed a new visual identity that includes a revised coat of arms, weighty slab serif logo-type and a warm copper colour palette.
Fat Cow is a specialist beef restaurant, located on Singapore’s Orchard Boulevard, that takes a Japanese Wabi Sabi approach to meat selection, preparation and presentation. The restaurant’s visual identity, developed by design bureau and think tank Foreign Policy, reflects this pragmatic approach to cooking with a simple visual combination of monogram, sans-serif logo-type and seared wood finish.
Sissy’s Southern Kitchen is a Texas based restaurant created by celebrity chef Lisa Garza, a former contestant on The Next Food Network Star, that serves southern classics such as fried chicken, bourbon bread pudding and gulf shrimp n’ grits. Developed by brand design agency Tractorbeam, Sissy’s visual identity takes a classic 50’s photo-illustrated approach and gives it a consistent quality across a diverse set of assets.