Interior Art: Meat Liquor by Shed and I Love Dust
Restaurant design by Shed and I Love Dust
Interior architects Shed of London and Singapore commissioned design collective I Love Dust to adorn the walls for food brand Meatailer. UK based, design and illustration superstars I Love Dust have made the inspiring artwork for Meat Liquor, a food bar with a range of delicious hot dogs, buffalo wings, burgers and more. The finished result is a stunning piece of art, lining the walls and ceilings of the building.
Lurking beneath a car park just behind Oxford Street resided the perfect site for Meat Liquor – the Meatailer’s next venture. Previously the site of an Italian restaurant, the site was appropriately kitted out with an impressive Rococo style dome and a mass of ornate columns and architraves. So with this influence the idea came: a modern day mural that would envelop and intertwine with the obscurity of the building. A scene that would tell some of the Meat Wagon’s story so far and mutate the classical architecture into something far more appropriate to the Meat philosophy.
When interior architects Shed first collaborated with the Meatailer enterprise, a design formula was created that would mean no two establishments would ever be the same; originality and nonconformity are at the heart of the Meat Wagon’s philosophy so all environments had to embody this ethos while taking on their own character.
History “The Meat Wagon”; a legendary food offer known by keen foodies and avid trend forecasters alike. The infamous burger van has globe trotted it’s way around any festival worth mentioning, spearheaded it’s own events and become synonymous with great food, delicious drinks and relentless parties. Now the legend continues. Meat Liquor can be found here: 76 Welbeck Street, Marylebone, London.
Story by: Gabriëlle Voogt
Photos: Courtesy of Dezeen