In San Antonio Texas there are multiple bakeries, but none like “La Primera” which is an authentic Mexican bakery, that daily bakes a wide variety of Mexican sweetbread. The panderia has great baked goods but lacks a cohesive brand to give its costumers a memorable experience. In order to create this memorable experience, the brand creates a functional, nostalgic and colorful presence.
The logo is constructed using inspiration and elements of Mexican street typography.
The stationery makes use of the vibrant colors used in Mexico’s culture, and incorporates it into the brand.
The sun and the moon play a important role in Mexican folk art. An hour sign utilizing these elements adds to the traditional and authentic attributes to the brand.
With strong bold typography and vibrant brand color this pieces will make the costumer experience hassle–free.
As costumers approach the check out counter, they are greeted by a sign that reads “check out” from bottom to top. The sign is made to resemble a Mexican traditional kids game.
This design is used as the everyday bag. The piñata texture is added to highlight how every moment with family is worth celebrating.
Dia de los muertos is an important day of celebration in Mexican culture. Around this celebration there are special breads baked for the occasion. This design is used in early November.
“Navidad” is an important day of celebration in Mexican culture. Around this celebration there are special breads baked for the occasion. This design is used around festive seasons to add to the celebration.
Within Mexican culture, local business give away calendars to their costumers to show their appreciation during new years. The calendar is used to continue this tradition.
This type of merch pairs well for customers who enjoy a hot cup of “Abuelita’s” hot chocolate with their baked goods.