Inspired: Typography in Georgetown + Good Stuff Eatery
Earlier this week, I decided to take a break from some freelance work and head into Georgetown for a bite to eat. I must've still had design on the brain, because I couldn't help but be inspired by a bunch of typography around the city.
I happened to stumble across the Warby Parker Class Trip bus parked in a back alley off of M street. It wasn't open, but I sketchily snapped a few pictures because I loved the letters on the windows. I'll have to go back when it's actually open!
With typography already on my mind, I couldn't help but be pulled into Good Stuff Eatery by this beautiful installation. Also, my impromptu photo session distracted me from actually finding something to eat, which is the main reason I came to Georgetown, so I figured that I'd stop in to grab a burger.
The branding here is awesome. I'm a sucker for type-related installations as a reflection of a brand, so I was pretty much sold as soon as I walked through the door. Environmental graphic design for the win.
AND YOU GUYS. THE BURGER. Spectacular. I would've taken some pictures, but I'm afraid that my food photography skills are bad as Martha Stewart's...