The 'Pharmacy 2' is a Colorful Eatery Designed by Damien Hirst

By: Ady Floyd - Feb 23, 2016
References: dezeen & luxurylaunches
British artist Damien Hirst recently opened a new restaurant titled 'Pharmacy 2,' located at the Newport Street Gallery in Vauxhall, London. The theme of the restaurant is a direct reflection of the name -- a pharmacy.

With bright lights and a bold color scheme, the entire eatery is covered with images of colorful pills and medical logos such as a the over-sized cross, which can be noted on first aid kits and other medical accessories. The interior also features colorful bar stools topped with pill-shaped seats, large pills printed onto the floor and artwork that showcases more colorful pills. The overall theme might sound a little overwhelming, but the eatery has a rather cheerful charm about it and the flamboyant colors simply add to the venue's appeal.

Pharmacy 2 takes a literal approach to Hirst's 1992 artwork, which was simple titled 'Pharmacy.'