Love this hand painted Graphic on the corner of a cafe in Shorditch. This just goes to show that we do not need to buy horrible plastic signs, use the natural architecture of your premises and go back to the old traditions, they will get better with age and outlive the nasty plastics signs.
Thats my rant of the day out of the way – feel better for that.
Stumper and Fielding are a gentlemen’s boutique showcasing products set around english country pursuits.
Set in the heart of Portobello Road they have created a visual oasis based upon the trend of upcycling.
This tiny store manages to pack in lots of great visual ideas and fabulous products.
Here are a selection of photos showing the store and its visual features.
Not much is known about the company other than they appear to be independent.
I could not find a website for them only a Facebook page which is linked below.
107 Portobello road
Here are some lovely typography examples by Sarah Donovan. She has collected them on Pinterest.
There is a link to the full mood board at the end.
Whilst I was wandering down Marylebone High St the other week i happened to look down a side street and noticed a lovely side hanging sign. So off I went to have a look and I found this amazing cheese store called La Fromagerie. This is a hidden gem of as store not just because of the amazing products; but for me because of the way the store has been designed.
Take a look at this selection of photos and then click on the link to their website.
Levis have started to look at ways in which they can reduce the vast amount of water they use in the process of making their jeans.
Here are a selection of photos of the window campaign, followed by a video explaining how they are going to do this.