• Saint George

    From the NY Times: “The name, which brings to mind an English boarding school or an isolated part of Canada, happens to be that of Mr. Vergara‘s pet rabbit. And it‘s stenciled on the front window in antiqued gold lettering that looks as if it has been there since the Crusades. Black-and-white photos on the bistro‘s website show dreamy damask roses in perpetual bloom and ancient stone walls hung with ivy. The triptych menu is printed in precise letterpress black and red, waiters wear old-fashioned striped aprons and the very good bread is swaddled in a cloth napkin.”

    Art Direction & Design: Melissa Constandse and Kevin Landwehr
    Designed by Melissa Constandse while working at Nothing Something Creative Group

    Processes: Offset Lithography        Website: www.saintgeorgebistro.com

  • Saint George

    From the NY Times: “The name, which brings to mind an English boarding school or an isolated part of Canada, happens to be that of Mr. Vergara‘s pet rabbit. And it‘s stenciled on the front window in antiqued gold lettering that looks as if it has been there since the Crusades. Black-and-white photos on the bistro‘s website show dreamy damask roses in perpetual bloom and ancient stone walls hung with ivy. The triptych menu is printed in precise letterpress black and red, waiters wear old-fashioned striped aprons and the very good bread is swaddled in a cloth napkin.”

    Art Direction & Design: Melissa Constandse and Kevin Landwehr
    Designed by Melissa Constandse while working at Nothing Something Creative Group

    Processes: Offset Lithography        Website: www.saintgeorgebistro.com