For local café Tima & Yui, Bogotá Columbia-based design studio p576 designed wrap paper and typographic labels with phrases and stamps that communicate the brand’s philosophy and the 100 percent natural ingredients of its products. For a traditional look, and to eliminate any glue that might make the packaging more harmful to the environment, strips of thin cotton rope attach the tags.
Credits: p576.com


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