The Richmond Weekender concept was developed by Right Angle to add to the cultural landscape and build awareness about the building and suburb as a whole. The architecture and the interior was designed by Foolscape Studio.
Work in progress. We are currently re-branding Villandry, an all day French restaurant, cafe, foodstore, bakery and bar located in Great Portland Street, Marylebone and Bicester Village. We designed the identity, packaging, signage system and all printed material. The identity is based on a set of 5 shapes which refer to traditional brasserie menu frames. The shapes are either used individually or combined to create a pattern. We have also chosen a very bright colour scheme that contrasts the classic shapes. Drawings will be replaced with photography over time.
Photographer Grady Mitchell contacted me not long ago about using one of my old mountain designs as a tattoo for himself. I loved the idea, and am now glad to see that it worked out better than I could have imagined.
Turns out, Grady is a pretty damn good photographer, and I encourage you all to go visit his blog and site: http://gradymitchell.tumblr.com/
no doubt in my mind you’ll enjoy his work. Tell him I said hey while you’re there.
Definitely wantn’ on a mountain tat. This is gorgeous.
“Logo & Visual Identity for a Public Relations Agency.”
MAMBO is a small graphic design & art direction studio based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. We have been working for various clients in the fields of Fashion, Corporate Identity, Ad Campaigns, Editorial and website design.
Melbourne-based studio Projects of Imagination developed the identity and collateral forChin Chin, a “a restaurant serving no-frills, quality Asian cuisine in a dynamic & fast paced environment.”