Student Work: Woody Harrington: Novel Tea Cafe Identity

Woody Harrington is currently a Senior at Tyler School of Art, with an excellent portfolio. In particular, his identity project for Novel Tea Cafe, a fictive cafe with a classic literature theme, caught my eye.

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  1. Amy R.C. says:

    Oh, these are cute! I would totally buy these things. The logo's adorable and nothing goes better with good books than good tea too!
  2. Riccardo Mori » The design work of Woody Harrington says:

    [...] other day I was going through the ‘Design’ section of my RSS feeds backlog, and this entry in Design Work Life got my attention. It’s an identity project for Novel Tea Café, a fictional [...]
  3. Fanny Nordmark says:

    So beautiful. Love the logo and cards
  4. Fiona says:

    Love this logo. It would be great for posters. What could be better than tea and a good book?
  5. Novel Tea Cafe « nelli arnths blog says:

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  7. cayt o'neal says:

    wishing so much that this cafe really existed... can someone please make it come true?? :)
  8. Bri says:

    Why is this not a real thing?
  9. ender HD says:

    [...] vía Design Work Life [...]
  10. What is better than books and tea? | The Solipsistic Socialite says:

    [...] totally agree! And there’s no better place to drink fiction-themed tea than in a fictional cafe. Failing that, in your own home will do, with one of these lovely tea accessories under the [...]
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