Brand name, development, signage, sales collateral for a pub/brew house restaurant

Brighton Public House

Inspired by a visit to the seaside town of Brighton, England, known not only for its famous pier, but also for its 60's subculture clashes between the scooter riding Mods and the motorcycle riding Rockers - made famous in the 70's film "Quadrophenia". (Note:  the bellboy at the De Vere Grand Hotel in Brighton is none other than a very young Gordon Sumner... aka 'Sting'.

 

Name and brand creation, signage, advertising, glassware and apparel, designed with the 'old school' feel of a British public house. The concept is best suited for a pub/eatery establishment. High ceilings, exposed brick, brass edison bulb fixtures, and plenty of old, warm distressed wood with comfy, soft leather chairs, booths and bar stools. Add the right music, menu, welcoming bar staff and servers, and you've got the makings for a highly successful neighborhood hangout.