Archive for the ‘brand identity’ Category

A SUMMER INSPIRED BY ART (& MOGI’S PATTERNS)

venerdì, agosto 11th, 2017

Being inspired by art and graphic design to create Mogi’s world – aka Brand Identity – is such a natural creative process.

Dots in particular is one my beloved pattern which I had the chance to develop on the new packaging. I’m as well inspired by the art I come across during my work. In this case I’ve designed two collages, homage to 2 awesome artists, different in a way, but they do have something in common.  Edward Hopper /Tracey Sylvester Harris.

If we’ve tickled your curiosity and sensibility you may  click here to check out all the other works by artists Tracey Sylvester Harris. Just brilliant.

 

 

Homage to Edward Hopper’s detail painting.

 

Homage to Tracey Sylvester Harris – #contemporary art.

 

 

 

T.S. Harris

T.S. Harris

T.S. Harris

T.S. Harris

 

 

Soosh!*

martedì, luglio 25th, 2017

This is the time to introduce you, dear reader, to the work of this Russian lady living in Ukraine, her nickname is Soosh and we are blown by her amazing and delicate and poetic pencil.

Image Credit: Soosh

Image Credit: Soosh

Image Credit: Soosh

Image Credit: Soosh

 

Image Credit: Soosh

Image Credit: Soosh

HONG KONG. . .MOGI’S SECOND HOME

martedì, maggio 16th, 2017

 

Mogi is used to travel around the world for business: New York, Dubai, Paris..Twice a year we fly to the Far East, and let’s say that Hong Kong is becoming our second home. We love its architecture, culture and history …and we are delighted to say that Hong Kong loves our coffee.

 

You know that MOGICAFFE loves the art and graphic design world.

Here follows some awesome visual tributes about this beautiful city. Enjoy.

 

 

A sparkling MOGI welcomes 2017!

sabato, gennaio 7th, 2017

2016 Has been a successful year. We’ve developed and enriched our Luxury Coffe Collection with delightful new products and collaborated with prestigious brands connected to luxury lifestyle, fashion and design.

ALDEBARAN-ALEPH, THE GOLD & BLUE OF OUR ETHICAL LUXURY BLEND

martedì, dicembre 13th, 2016

It is our lucky star and this is why we decided to name after it our first blend suitable for drip coffee. Known since time of Babylon the star Aldebaran-Aleph was always associated with great praises and wealth.

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Blend with a smooth and silky body, high in fruity acidity,
characterized by a rich bouquet with a prevalence of ripe red fruits
(grape skin, blueberries and apple), yellow fruit
with hints of peach and jasmine flowers.
Aftertaste pleasant and persistant with notes of red wine.

 

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50% Guatemala – Huehuetenango – Co-Op Las Esquipulas, selected by the Fam. Martinez, Slow Food Presidium 20% Etiopia Sidamo, Amaro Mountains, selected from fam. Asnakech. Organic Certified 30% Etiopia Sidamo, Wotto na Bultuma village. Organic Certified

 

 

 

“LADY BLUE” when Luxury goes Ethic

lunedì, novembre 28th, 2016

LADY BLUE is only one of  MOGIcaffè’s products perfect for those in love with the true Italian coffee espresso.

LUXURY CAN BE ETHIC & VICEVERSA – THIS IS OUR MISSION –

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This coffee has been grown, picked, and dehydrated by a women-only social co-op in Guatemala.

These ladies while growing the coffee with a sustainable approach also support their families and the entire community with their work and care.

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MOGI caffè proudly endorses women empowerment. The Samac Co-Op is a Maya Q’eqchi communities living in a pristine environment following the rhythms of the ancient traditions.

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Terrois with a wonderful and buttery body, with slight citrus acidity with hints of chocolate, dried nuts, honey and brown sugar.

Long and intense.

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This Coffee in part of the project “Café y Caffè”by Cooperazione Italiana Co-Op.

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Mono-origin coffee from Guatemala, Rainforest Coban Region, integral Co-Op Samac | Varieties: Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai | Altitude: 1400 – 1600m above the sea level