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Cafe de la Corte

* Package Design *

* Art Directio & Brand Identity: The Collected Works *

Package design developed during an internship at The Collected Works.

Café De La Corte is a family owned, single origin coffee farm in Colombia. The Collected Works helped them out with their identity, creating a mark that was based on their family crest.

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 Cafe de la Corte had a limited budget, so the studio developed an identity and packaging system that was affordable to produce on everything from their bags to their cards. By using a standard black tin, different coffee blends and roasts could be identified with a strip of adhesive tape–which reduced the costs of producing different packages. The bag colors and typography shift in color, to identify their respective roast. Overall, it was a system that was also accommodating to future blends, products, and could expand as the family company grew.

Cafe de la Corte had a limited budget, so the studio developed an identity and packaging system that was affordable to produce on everything from their bags to their cards. By using a standard black tin, different coffee blends and roasts could be identified with a strip of adhesive tape–which reduced the costs of producing different packages. The bag colors and typography shift in color, to identify their respective roast. Overall, it was a system that was also accommodating to future blends, products, and could expand as the family company grew.

 Cafe de la Corte had a limited budget, so the studio developed an identity and packaging system that was affordable to produce on everything from their bags to their cards. By using a standard black tin, different coffee blends and roasts could be identified with a strip of adhesive tape–which reduced the costs of producing different packages. The bag colors and typography shift in color, to identify their respective roast. Overall, it was a system that was also accommodating to future blends, products, and could expand as the family company grew.

Cafe de la Corte had a limited budget, so the studio developed an identity and packaging system that was affordable to produce on everything from their bags to their cards. By using a standard black tin, different coffee blends and roasts could be identified with a strip of adhesive tape–which reduced the costs of producing different packages. The bag colors and typography shift in color, to identify their respective roast. Overall, it was a system that was also accommodating to future blends, products, and could expand as the family company grew.