Francis Street Businesses Unveil a New Brand

Posted By The Liberties / 14th December / Liberties Business, Visit the Liberties / 0 Comments

Businesses on Francis Street – Dublin’s Art & Antiques Quarter – have unveiled a smart new branding and website to help them to promote the area.

Francis Street has been synonymous with antiques shops for many years and the street comprises the largest concentration of antique and curio shops in the country. Added to the mix are a number of great craft stores, galleries, vintage shops, cafes and pubs. The street also includes many design-related businesses and consultancies and so it really can lay claim to being one of the city’s creative quarters. The new branding has been developed by Alistan Munroe and the logo references some of the Georgian sash windows found along the street. The logo will begin appearing on new street planters and in businesses shortly.

The Art & Antiques Quarter has also unveiled a new webpage and directory to draw together the range of businesses operating on the street – more at www.artandantiquesquarter.ie Dublin’s Art & Antiques Quarter

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