Creating signage for a fresh Antipodean-inspired all-day eatery
The Daisy Green Collection is a new Australian coffee and food chain with a unique twist: each of their eateries are individually designed.
Timmy Green is the group’s first restaurant but retains a café feel. It is located in Victoria’s newly created Nova Complex, a new London landmark and foodie paradise that curated some of London’s most exciting eateries. Since opening, Timmy Green has received strong critical acclaim, being voted ‘One of the city’s best brunch spots’ by GQ and ‘One of London’s best restaurants’ by Vogue.
Individually designed restaurants require unique signage
Upon launching in Spring 2018, the founders, former bankers Prue Freeman and Tom Onions, came to us to create their new cafe’s fascia signage. As each of their eateries are unique, they put an enormous amount of financial and emotional effort to create them (to put this into perspective, they got Sir Peter Blake to paint one of their eateries – a pair of barges on the Grand Union Canal). In light of this, they were looking for a supplier who could provide the same care and attention for their signage.
A one-off illuminated stencil cut projecting sign
JFK Signs worked with Timmy Green’s branding and interior design agency, Blenheim Design, to design, manufacture, and install a bespoke acrylic illuminated stencil cut projecting box sign. We are thrilled to have worked on such a beautifully designed restaurant that really invigorates Victoria with creativity.