Whyte & Brown

Work carried out
/ / Identity and branding
/ / Art direction­ 
/ / Signage 
 

Whyte & Brown

Work carried out
/ / Identity and branding
/ / Art direction­
/ / Signage 


 

Whyte & Brown

Work carried out
/ / Identity + branding
/ / Art direction
/ / Signage 

Whyte & Brown

Work carried out
/ / Identity and branding
/ / Art direction­
/ / Signage

Whyte & Brown

Work carried out
/ / Identity and branding
/ / Art direction­
/ / Signage

Chicken and beer. What could be better? That's what the owners of Whyte & Brown, a free range chicken and craft beer restaurant, thought too.  

Set on London's fashionable Carnaby Street, we were tasked with creating the visual identity for the restaurant. Strong typography and simple iconography were used predominantly throughout the space and its touchpoints to convey the nature of the restaurant. The pairing of chicken breed's names and beer names made interesting graphic devices that were deployed across a range of deliverables.     

Chicken and beer. What could be better? That's what the owners of Whyte & Brown, a free range chicken and craft beer restaurant, thought too.  

Set on London's fashionable Carnaby Street, we were tasked with creating the visual identity for the restaurant. Strong typography and simple iconography were used predominantly throughout the space and its touchpoints to convey the nature of the restaurant. The pairing of chicken breed's names and beer names made interesting graphic devices that were deployed across a range of deliverables.

Chicken and beer. What could be better? That's what the owners of Whyte & Brown, a free range chicken and craft beer restaurant, thought too.  

Set on London's fashionable Carnaby Street, we were tasked with creating the visual identity for the restaurant. Strong typography and simple iconography were used predominantly throughout the space and its touchpoints to convey the nature of the restaurant. The pairing of chicken breed's names and beer names made interesting graphic devices that were deployed across a range of deliverables.

Chicken and beer. What could be better? That's what the owners of Whyte & Brown, a free range chicken and craft beer restaurant, thought too.  

Set on London's fashionable Carnaby Street, we were tasked with creating the visual identity for the restaurant. Strong typography and simple iconography were used predominantly throughout the space and its touchpoints to convey the nature of the restaurant. The pairing of chicken breed's names and beer names made interesting graphic devices that were deployed across a range of deliverables.

Chicken and beer. What could be better? That's what the owners of Whyte & Brown, a free range chicken and craft beer restaurant, thought too.  

Set on London's fashionable Carnaby Street, we were tasked with creating the visual identity for the restaurant. Strong typography and simple iconography were used predominantly throughout the space and its touchpoints to convey the nature of the restaurant. The pairing of chicken breed's names and beer names made interesting graphic devices that were deployed across a range of deliverables.

 

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