Design: Momen Hesham Barakat
Location: Egypt
Project Type: Concept
Packaging Contents: Tea Leaves
Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper, Cardboard, tin
Printing Process: Matte Coating, Spot Convex

Khan Al Ward is a place that serves all kinds of tea and some hot drinks. You can take your breakfast with some sips of tea to start your day.

And this was the starting point when we presented our offer that serves the brand. And after many discussions on more than one stage with the client, we knew that he would like some of the paintings that he puts in his office from the Ottoman era. The shape of the logo was inspired by those inscriptions filled out on the walls of mosques and churches. Even the hot colors that were inspired by those paintings. Typography was used in that spirit, but in a modern way.

What's Unique?
It’s like a puzzle game! Easy to handle and optimize the artwork in wide or portrait, easy to add or remove any artwork components at any size with balanced result.

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