Coffee holds significant importance in Brazilian culture, playing a central role in various aspects of daily life and traditions. The client needed a print that portrayed a bit of our long lasting relationship with coffee.

This print taps into an emotional memory and draws inspiration from coffee crops and countryside coffee traditions. In the border, a string of coffee branches with ripe coffee berries and below, the hydraulic tiles reminds us of farmhouse flooring. The heart elements are reminiscent of crochet doilies and tea towels commonly created by our grandmothers, usually displayed at the kitchen.

Evoking nostalgia, we also have enamelware and coffee filter holders. Old coffee sacks and manual grinders. Bridging the memory and the everyday lives everywhere, there is a big variety of cups and mugs and more contemporary ways to drink coffee, like elaborated lattes.
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