by Ivan Navarro on 10/06/2014 | 3 Minute Read
We have featured many coffee cup designs lately, with a growing trend towards graphics and bursts of color. With so many independent coffee shops on the rise, the coffee cup has become the branding element du jour with many brands using it as an extension of the customer experience. Another example of this is is Mignon, a coffee shop from the south of France with a rich history dating back to 1890.
Three colors unite to create one classically French looking concept that is also modern and on trend, with bold product photography, minimal design, and thoughtful use of typography.
"In 1890, at the intersection of Canebière and the old port in Marseille, was born the first point of sale of confectionery Mignon, created by Maximilian and his wife Rose called "la Mignonne". This homemade candy was a great success and allowed the couple's children taking over the family business while continuing to develop new institutions under the name "Berlingots Mignon" in the south of France in the early 20th century."
Design by Benoit Galangau