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A Recap of 2016 for Offbeat Creative
| 16 Dec

We officially launched as Offbeat Creative in June 2016 and have since completed several design projects stretching from whole rebrands to restaurant and coffee shop interior design. Out of the many exciting case studies we have worked on this year, we have picked 7 of our most popular to share with you: 


Carioca is a new Brazilian street food concept based at Boxpark Croydon. Carioca’s new brand identity celebrates the energy of Rio de Janeiro through quirky artwork, snap-worthy interior design and a contemporary Brazilian menu. See the full case study here.

Pizza Oven

Pizza Oven required a brand uplift following their successful move to FlipOut in Southampton. The design project involved tweaking their existing branding and producing a family-friendly interior inspired by Mediterranean influences. See a snippet of Pizza Oven’s branding here.


One of our biggest projects to date, tea brand Yumchaa received a complete brand overhaul and an interior renovation for their Parkway branch in Camden. The rebrand consisted of a new rustic typeface, hand drawn illustrations and a bespoke ‘teapot’ icon. Yumchaa’s new branding and interior design still holds on to vintage themes to retain their existing brand image.


South American restaurant – Assenheims56 – recently acquired a new site in Smithfield, Central London. We rebranded their existing branding to appeal to the large population of business professionals opting for a more mature aesthetic. Assenheims’ new interior and brand design celebrates the heritage of South America through striking graphics and a warm palette of natural materials. Assenheims’ new Smithfield site is due to open early 2017.


Dezato brings a quality selection of Japanese patisserie to North London. Located between Finsbury Park and Arsenal, this family-run business required a contemporary, friendly brand identity to reach out to a mixed target market. See the full case study here.

Brockwell Blend

Located just outside of central Brixton, artisan coffee shop Brockwell Blend represents a locally-inspired, understated and contemporary design concept. Brockwell’s interior design features rustic materials including a custom oak table. See the full case study here.

Brixton Blend

Located in the heart of Brixton, Brixton Blend offers quality coffee in an informal, welcoming setting. The sister site to Brockwell Blend features a more edgy and mismatched interior design with neon signage, custom wall graphics and reclaimed materials. See the full case study here.

It’s been a great year and we look forward to the coming year full of new and exciting design challenges.

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By Dawood Pathan