A clever, adaptable identity here for a music venue and restaurant in trendy old east London. Designed by Studio Remote, the identity was created for Brilliant Corners and takes the venue’s name and its interior architecture as the starting point for a geometry-led look and feel.
The restaurant, based just up the road from INT Towers, has used Studio Remote’s clever cut-out identity across all applications, proving its versatility across numerous event posters and a 3D-look website with lovely little floating orbs that sail across the screen.
This sort of graphics-led project is something of an unusual one for Studio Remote, which works mostly in digital design and art direction. Among its other strange and innovative commissions are a trippy interactive website for Hudson Mohawke and a suitable cinematic website for Warp Films.
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