is a peculiar underground bar
where the patrons can hear
punk sounds up to New Orleans jazz-blues.
Alcohol has been strongly
associated with 16th-century
colonization and slavery.
Slave - skla.vos
- slave, servant
- a person who is the legitimate
property of another and is forced to obey them.
- (metaphorically) a person who is overly
dependent or controlled by something etymology
- probably from the earlier Byzantine words,
slavish, Slavic, Slavic,
may come from the verb
- strip or despoil a slain enemy
because the Slavs were often enslaved.
- those who speak strangely.
The logo was designed as a
stamp as a reference to the trade.
For the catalogs die cut we got
inspired by the graffiti
that we did in the yard of
the bar, we also used
images from slaves,
wanting to show the
dark side of alcohol
in a place of
Who we are.
Loonatiks Design Crew is a graphic design studio, based in Athens, Greece.
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