When designing Kricket’s first bricks and mortar restaurant in London’s Soho, our interiors team placed some fish scale tiles on the wall in the basement. A couple of years later, when our graphics team were designing Kricket’s Cookbook they took inspiration from these tiles for the cover design, and added a Mandala made up from lots of Kricket ‘K’s. When thinking about the shutters at Kricket’s second venue, under the arches in Brixton, a local graffiti artist brought to life a design based on the cookbook using our mandala and illustration from the cookbook, including the fish scale tiles. These elements have become synonymous with the brand, and everything went full circle on the home page of their website.
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