London Eatery Spruces Up With Typographic Wall Murals
In Brixton, London, post-makeover fried chicken eatery—Wishbone—now boasts of gorgeous type-based artwork on its walls, staircase and notice boards.
Conjured up by London-based interior architects Shed, the design concept is inspired by a chicken shed and uses natural wood and galvanized steel for the furniture.
The walls and staircase are adorned with vibrant, typographic murals—the work of graffiti artists Paintshop Studio—which reflect the fun philosophy of the restaurant.
[via Design Milk]
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