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You all know we love exceptional design and out of the box ideas and that is why we love so much our Golden polka dots “Golden Sky” coffee cup and saucer! We think it is the perfect one to drink our coffee.
Since the decor is 100% hand made by artist Paola Francesca Denti we have just a few of them, and if you’d like it to be yours just write an e-mail to m.cavalleri [AT] mogicaffe.it
Dove il cielo ed il mare si fondono nasce la sensazione di blu infinito che, il maestro dell’architettura, Gio Ponti ha interpretato in una collezione studiata ad hoc per il celebre hotel Parco dei Principi di Sorrento a cavaliere tra gli anni ’50 e ’60.
Ceramiche 20×20, la cui produzione, compiuta a mano fa sotto la guida di Ponti, sono state riproposte al grande pubblico le originali 27 maioliche grazie a Triennale di Milano, ed al meraviglioso catalogo stampato da Edizioni Paguro.
Ph. Credit: Triennale Milano.
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.
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.
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.