Issho translates to ‘together’, and this is visually represented through the Japanese craft of kintsugi. Kintsugi is the art of taking broken pieces of pottery and patching them back together with gold, resulting in an object that is more beautiful and valuable than before it was broken. Often, different pieces of pottery are used, creating an contrast in color and texture. This concept is expressed at Issho by using a golden fault to combine photography, pattern and color, creating an array of images that are filled with surprise and beauty.
Issho Japanese Restaurant Branding & Menu Design by Dutchscot.