‘Eat Work Art’ (formerly ‘Creative Network Partners’) was established in 2009 with the aim of reclaiming and unlocking abandoned buildings in London, and transforming them into spaces for independent creative businesses to grow. — Eat Work Art
Eat Work Art provides creative studio space for artists, musicians, makers, and craftspeople. It turns former print works, Tibetan Buddhist centres and 1960s’ office blocks into inspiring environments that nurture creativity.
We wanted to represent the diversity of the creative community whilst bringing structure to an evergrowing organisation. The parent brand is confident but modest, taking a back seat and allowing the site brands to do the talking. Strong colour palettes and typographic approaches help to keep the sites’ communication to be individual and playful, whilst staying part of the Eat Work Art family.
Photography: Andy Donohoe, Harry Powell.
See also this post and this post with work by Studio Thomas for Eat Work Art projects.
flyers for three Eat Work Art locations, all using the same layout, but a different colour palette and typeface selection. From left to right: Hackney Downs Studios with Neue Helvetica, Old Paradise Yard using Young Serif and Netil House with Basis Grot Mono.