Restaurants

Description…

Black Penny

In for a penny, in for a pound...

In for a penny, in for a pound... Black Penny is an up-and-coming London coffee shop in the heart of Covent Garden. Renowned for their mouth-watering Hashes, they also make incredible coffees, juices, epic brunches, as well as dabbling in catering and private bookings. The community is the most important factor for Black Penny, therefore Junior designed a website with a fullscreen video showreel at the forefront, penultimately highlighting their ardent customers and bespoke atmosphere. With every Penny event packed out, the website has a lively and trendy style to it, yet envisions their laid-back personality. The chalkboard styling and simple floating menu are of a contemporary design, enhanced by the minimal copy; informal and straight to the point. Junior synced their Instagram to the website for an easy and quick way for their in-house staff to display their latest great dishes and energetic environment. SOMETHING: Website Design Website Development

In for a penny, in for a pound...

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Trawler Trash

Taking out the trash…

Taking out the trash… Using the fish that most fishermen disregard, Trawler Trash is creating exciting contemporary cuisine and serving it over a traditional fish ‘n’ chip counter. The team approached Junior to frame their vision of a ‘gourmet fish and chip shop’ into a polished identity and an upscale shop fascia worthy of Islington's discerning Upper Street. Junior created the logo by taking inspiration from traditional sailor tattoos and putting a sophisticated, modern twist on it. The interior was based on a clean and contemporary utilitarian gourmet style. Stark whites and deep greys are intertwined throughout the industrial features, with refined tiling and lavish upholstery, honouring the fishing docks. Together, Trawler Trash and Junior have completely revamped the traditional associations of the fish ’n’ chip shop, turning it into a trendy and refined seafood restaurant. SOMETHING: Brand Identity Interior Design

Taking out the trash…

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Social Pantry

Restocking the pantry…

Restocking the pantry…   Quite rightly Social Pantry has been voted the ‘Best Cafe in Battersea 2016’. They have become the go-to London caterers, with a dedicated team of experienced chefs producing exquisite cuisine. Social Pantry prides great importance on giving back to society. By Working with ex-offenders in rehabilitation programs, they are able to share their passion and knowledge of how to create high-quality healthy dishes whilst giving a positive outlook on the future to those who need it dearly. As a crucial factor, Junior constructed the website to be simple and quick to use in-house, ideal for the Social Pantry team. The blog is automatically synced to their Instagram feed, allowing an up-to-date ceaseless supply of their latest food creations. Designed in an editorial-esque style, the website is asymmetrical and nonchalant, ideal for Social Pantry’s lively and busy lives. Yet Junior kept it clean and sleek with fullscreen, vibrant photography highlighting their superb cuisine, overlaid proudly with customer feedback in robust typography. SOMETHING: Website Design Website Development

Restocking the pantry…

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Firedog

Igniting the flames…

Igniting the flames…   A celebration of shared cuisine, London’s Firedog turns an open flame into glorious food feasts. Firedog visited Junior to develop this unique vision into a rowdy yet competent identity. Finding rich inspiration from Yesilcam (1970’s Turkish cinema), Junior combined the tale of Jason and the Argonauts with Tarkan the warrior. Junior developed Tarkan into a narrative in which the hero explores new lands, fighting bizarre beasts and he ultimately brings new delectable foods back to his people. With a great story, Junior brought this retro kitsch mythology back to life with a kick. The grand legend of Tarkan is displayed as a mural focal piece, revamping an outdated Parisian restaurant into an intimate punk paradise. In homage to the ancient Anatolian and Aegean settlements, Junior selected the name ‘Firedog’ to honour the proficient barbecue grill. Glyphs are placed throughout the mural, menus, and restaurant. Used as ancient forms of communication, they continue to encapsulate this rich history. Driven by the same story and style, Junior designed the website that showcases their great food, as well as designing the packaging for Firedog’s own craft beer. SOMETHING: Art Direction Brand Identity Interior Design Naming Packaging Website Design Website Development

Igniting the flames…

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Jerkmaica

Cooking up a spicy attitude...

Cooking up a spicy attitude... Jerkmacia, who is South London’s finest independent Jerk chicken house, came to Junior in need of a brand identity that was as flavoursome and spicy as their renown chicken. Junior constructed their identity in a way that reflected the informal and family orientated nature of Jamaican culture, and combined it with contemporary, clean-cut gastro aesthetics. Junior composed the website priding great significance on this traditional, yet unique cooking technique, creating an archive for Jerk history. Junior designed the packaging in a lively and vivid style to reflect Jamaican roots whilst being combined with bold but clean visuals to intrigue the London food scene. SOMETHING: Brand Identity Packaging Website Development "Very professional. Honest and simple approach." Gary Bailey, Director, Jerkmaica

Cooking up a spicy attitude...

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Vinoteca

2006 Identity, website and on going design consultancy "We continue to work with Junior because every project from start to finish is done extremely efficiently, and the final results are always exactly what we ask for." Brett Woonton, Director, Vinoteca

Vinoteca:

-Sector(s): Restaurant

-Service(s): Brand Identity, Design Consultation, Website Development

-Who’s the client: A series of London based restaurants who believe in fresh, seasonal high-quality ingredients- wine is important, each restaurant has its on wine shop

-The Brief & is there a specific audience:

-Any design choices/ research points:

-The outcome (e.g. any growth in sales/ continued partnership):

-Any testimonies?

"We continue to work with Junior because every project from start to finish is done extremely efficiently, and the final results are always exactly what we ask for." Brett Woonton, Director, Vinoteca

-Additional notes:

-Did you create the online wine shop?

-Was it just for the Soho restaurant

-Bug: the main brand page doesn’t work

2006 Identity, website and on going design consultancy "We continue to work with Junior because every project from start to finish is done extremely efficiently, and the final results are always exactly what we ask for." Brett Woonton, Director, Vinoteca

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The Great British

Web development for the opening of a British restaurant in Mayfair

The Great British: (is it the Mayfair Chippy?)

-Sector(s): Restaurant

-Service(s): Website Development

-Who’s the client: British Restaurant in Mayfair, London.

-The Brief & is there a specific audience:

-Any design choices/ research points:

-The outcome (e.g. any growth in sales/ continued partnership):

-Was for their opening- how many people attended

-Any testimonies?

-Additional notes:

Web development for the opening of a British restaurant in Mayfair

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