A café bakery in Greystones, Co.Wicklow, The Baker's Table make their own bread on-site, using seasonal ingredients to create an ever-changing menu of small-batch breads with no additives or preservatives.
The Grind is a new coffee shop in Howth, serving good food and good coffee. The identity is a bold statement of what they do best, serving up your morning energy boost.
A small artisan bakery based in Co. Wicklow, Loaf is all about simplicity and handcraft.
A simple logotype, handsmudged by the baker gives the brand the same warm feeling you get from knowing who bakes your bread.
Spudbox makes perfectly crispy baked potatoes, topped with fresh seasonal ingredients, served at different venues and festivals around Ireland.
It doesn't take a genius to sell potatoes to the Irish, so the identity is kept simple with a wordmark made from potato stamps, and an earthy colour palette with a yellow accent.
Chetwynd Pantry is an Irish business producing homemade confectionery that is gluten free, additive free, preservative free – and most importantly – factory free.
A custom drawn logotype echoes the all natural, handmade ethos behind the product. The four different flavours are illustrated in a lino-cut inspired style, referencing the traditional Irish farmhouse upbringing that inspired these delicious homemade treats.
The identity for Vice Coffee Inc. needed to reflect the people behind it – independent and fun, but serious about coffee.
A playful custom-lettered logotype in pink neon sets the iniquitous tone for this coffee shop, with a set of neon-inspired icons developed to help illustrate the different brewing methods.
the sweet art bakery
The cupcakes from The Sweet Art Bakery look almost too good to eat.
The identity combines clear and simple typography with water colour washes, hinting at the sweetness of these culinary masterpieces.
the twisted pepper
The Twisted Pepper used to look like a youth hostel in 90's Antwerp, replete with a warped grid of mismatched psychedelic hues.
When architect Ciara McGonigal was recruited to create a darker more grown-up environment, I developed a new graphic style using simple icon elements, which spill over from the graphics into the physical environment.
Yeller is a young Irish art, design and culture blog featuring interviews with Irish and international creatives.
The middle letters of the logotype form a frame representing the site's aim to provide a window into creative culture.
This CD was produced as a limited edition of 50, a gift to the regulars of the folk music club, Blackletters and Ballads.
Like the music of the Blackletter sessions, the lo-fi design combines modern and traditional elements.
A piece of craft card with one colour printing was folded down into a gatefold sleeve, and wax-sealed with a geometric blackletter stamp.
The brewing arm of Bodytonic music, Brewtonic make small batches of good beer without the craft beer price tag.
They needed a logo that would work equally well across print, signage and tap heads, and would stand out amongst the many other beers on tap, with a bold blocky style leveraging the signature Bodytonic green.
The Annulments are a Dublin-based four piece of multi-instrumentalists, influenced by folk, blues and soul.
For their first EP, I created a custom logotype inspired by the strings and curves of their instruments, using candid photographs of them doing what they do most — sitting around a table singing.
An evolution of the pogo graphic style from my earlier pogo projects, 2013 sees a more stripped back version of the same weird and wonderful club vibes.
tom dalton fitness
Having recently expanded his repertoire into kettlebell, boxercise and TRX, Tom wanted a simple, memorable identity that would help him stand out from other players in the fitness industry.
A contemporary rounded typeface is set in a frame which forms part of a modular system for housing graphic elements. The ability to combine the logotype with different sets of icons creates a flexible identity system for a growing business.
One of Dublin's longest going club nights, pogo is constantly evolving. A weird and wonderful landscape of rhythm and beats helped to capture the club-goers experience.
The drinking man's TED talk, Banter has been getting people talking about anything and everything for the last few years, in the twisted pepper and other venues around Ireland.
A logotype set in a black circle sets the background for a rotating set of irreverent photomontage illustrations.
the boxcutter barbershop
Possibly the smallest barbershop in Dublin, The Boxcutter Barbershop gives the best haircuts in the unlikeliest of places.
The identity is a clean and modern interpretation of traditional barbershop motifs.