Identity Design for an Arabic-Mexican Taco Shop: ‘Habibis’

Habibis is an Arabic-Mexican fusion taqueria located in San Pedro Garza García, a city enriched by the culinary arts of its third generation Arab immigrants. Previously a humble taco stand, Habibis approached Mexican branding consultancy Anagrama with the task of creating an identity that would communicate the foods’ mixed background and quality without losing its […]
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Logo Design for a Kikbo Team: GALLO NEGRO

GALLO NEGRO is a kikbo team based in the city of Monterrey, Mexico. For those unfamiliar with the sport, it essentially involves players keeping a heavily weighted shuttlecock in the air by using their bodies (except from the hands). The game is played on a court similar to badminton and has its roots in China, […]
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Logo for a Design Conference: The End

“The End” was a design conference-come-expo held in the Mexican coastal city of Cancún in May of 2012. Hosting a series of lectures and talks by graphic designers such as North Kingdom, 123 Klan, Hydro 74 and Adhemas Batista, the event was organised by design agency Golpeavisa and illustrator Mr. Kone. Golpeavisa’s designers took it […]
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Designer Hotel: Azul

Founded in 2006 by Rodrigo Tovar and Francisco Rueda in their hometown of Mexico City, Sociedad Anónima is a graphic design and visual communication studio whose work ranges from branding and corporate identity to product and editorial design. The studio was responsible for the identity design of Azul, a designer hotel-come-art gallery located in the […]
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Branding and Signage: La Pasta di Leo

La Pasta di Leo is a restaurant in Guadalajara, the second largest city in Mexico and capital of the state of Jalisco. The restaurant’s menu offers an alternative, healthy assemblage of foods. And as well as warm food, the eatery offers a warm, friendly environment to all its customers. A design agency based in Vancouver, British […]
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