The Graz based traditional coffee company, J. Hornig, has been looking for a way to present their new coffee line, JOHOs, to the world. The brand primarily relies on sustainability, as the coffee is traded directly by local farmers from Ethiopia, Brazil & Guatemala. The result is a booklet, which, in addition to high-quality picture material, tells the story of people who have made their work their passion.

Service: Concept, Print Design

Credits: Philipp Lackner for J. Hornig – Art Direction | moodley – Branding | Marion Luttenberger – Photography


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