Tommy Guns Hair Salon rebranding by Vivid Brighton

September 6th, 2013 by retail design blog

Tommy Guns Hair Salon required a complete rebrand to coincide with the launch of their new salon situated within Superdry on Regent Street, London. Tommy Guns restored a stunning Grade 1 listed 1920’s barbers that had been neglected and closed for many years – and thus needed a new logo and identity to match this unique environment. Our brief was to create a vintage brand with a modern touch. This was developed across the full range of stationery, window graphics, price lists, posters, packaging and a fully bespoke website.

Designed by Vivid Brighton










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2 thoughts on “Tommy Guns Hair Salon rebranding by Vivid Brighton

  1. Great rebrand, the vintage ‘retro’ works well with the name and the decor looks well thought out too!

  2. Paul Jukes says:

    Thank you Gareth. It is a project we very much enjoyed.

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