Eat Work Art provide creative studio space for artists, musicians, makers, and craftspeople. Turning former print works, Tibetan Buddhist centres and 60's office blocks into inspiring environments that nurture creativity. We wanted to represent the diversity of the creative community whilst bringing structure to an ever growing organisation.
The parent brand is confident but modest, taking a back seat and allowing the site brands to the talking. Strong colour palettes and typographic approaches helped keep sites individual and playful, whilst part of the Eat Work Art family.
A icon system was needed to represent the vast list of residents and practices. From coders to florists, and amenities to way finding.
Photography: Andy Donohoe, Harry Powell