Recently, studio member Adrian created some beautiful artwork for Java Republic’s new India Gems of Araku coffee (pictured above).
Adrian created a striking label to represent the people through unity. It is inspired by the people behind the coffee which consists of almost entirely indigenous tribes. The bold and vivid colours showcase the richness of Indian culture, while the lone hand reaching towards the gem represents the meticulous hand-picking process and the coffee quality itself.
Java Republic have teamed up with several independent Irish artists to create unique artworks for each of their limited edition single origin coffees. To see how Adrian made this artwork, check out this video!
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