Harbour Kitchen logo and identity
Positioned on the harbour-front in Stornoway, Scotland, Harbour Kitchen prides itself in its contemporary number of seafood. Designer Pearse O’Halloran was tasked with creating an identity that instructed the story of their culinary pleasure in a up to date context.
“We created a collection of name property and we had been delighted to work with native printmaker Alice Macmillan on the primary visible components. The undertaking features a customized show typeface based mostly on Hebridean tradition.”
You’ll undoubtedly be stunned to notice that the HK monogram is the star of the undertaking for me.
The intricate linocut work in Alice’s portfolio is beautiful, too. And, a bit off-topic, I loved studying a 2019 weblog put up of hers about moving back to the Hebrides after a decade in South England. “…I’d come house and hunch on the couch like an irritable cabbage…”
The extent of element in Alice’s linocut (under). Splendid.
Jogged my memory of one other fish kitchen logo I loved.