Tarmak sneaker store by Pinkeye, Sint-Niklaas – Belgium

January 6th, 2014 by retail design blog

The shoes, apparel and subculture store Tarmak asked us to redesign their brand in every single aspect, from the logo to the final retail environment. A shining example of our crossover design methodology, furniture elements, interior space design and graphics are inextricably linked to shape one all encompassing identity and environment – an immersive world for customers, reflecting the way that the Tarmak brand is about the whole subculture of designers toys, sneakers, street art and apparel, and not just a single object.

Designed by Pinkeye




























http://www.pinkeye.be

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