ZUCONO Artisan Gelato Camden Passage – GENUINE Traditional signwriting – Nick Garrett


Starting the hand painted writing of this fascia for  ZUCONO artisan Gelato in Camden Passage and with two coats and a fine edge trim the sign came together nicely.

Fede designed this with a firm shove from me encouraging him to commit to a bold concept after our first site meeting.  Really good design, simple yet with the oversized text it just is so the cats pyjamas!!

Font:  Copperplate bold ultra extended – 28cm H – hand signwritten in One Shot enamel (Handover’s).


Below: My ‘Inspiration’ distressed sign board


The newly installed fascia sign panel was pretty basic in terms of preparation and finish it must be said but that flaw offered itself up as a feature in my creative mind – remembering my Cafe board sample produced a few months ago (above) , I transformed the emotion of the sign with a fine sienna red earth weathered edge distress the panel was set for an overnight dry off and an antique wax in the morning  (day 2).

After day 1 … it’s a beauty!

A new ZUCONO fan!!

And of the cafe… super airy atmosphere with gorgeous ice cream and coffee to die for… balcony and patio dining in this little treasurable nook.

I tried Cafe Mac and later Pistachio and Chocolate gelato in a cone and it was fine superb… creamy, perfect texture and rich balanced flavours.  Cone nice rich and full malty tucker.

 


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