Rise & Shine
Coffee House

Project Type: Professional Developement
Role: Concept Graphic Designer

  • Logo
  • Stationery Set
  • Menu & Table Tent
  • Merch & CLothing
  • Full Rebranding Package

Rise & Shine Coffee House is one of my older projects that I have recently revisited. The shop is known for its comfortable, and intimate feel along with its specialty in barista latte art, and a being a gathering place for those that are artistic by nature.

The owner is a lover, patron, and promoter of the local art scene and hosts classes either on the shop's patio (weather permitting) or by transforming one of the rooms in the shop's, newly acquired 1910s era colonial style homestead into an art studio or stage in the evenings. They have exceeded their expectations for success, and decided to rebrand using a more modern theme, and warmer secondary color palette; both the old and new branding packages will be presented below!

They do charge a nominal fee for the events and classes which is appropriated to the operational costs of hosting them as well as to fund scholarships to help facilitate the educational needs of local art students via a 50% donation of all proceeds earned from these classes and events. I have designed a menu, table tent, business card, loyalty rewards card, to-go packaging, as well as a merchandise and clothing package for this business.

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Rebranding Materials

Rise & Shine Coffee House caught on quickly with the local college and art enthusiast of Seattle. The time came to move into a larger space and regroup to suit the needs of the ever-growing number of patrons. For this purpose, I've created a package to help the company form a refreshed identity that matches their new aesthetic.

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The small shop has now moved into a larger, vintage home, turned coffee shop. While the primary color palette remains untouched, the secondary color palette has been altered from the bright tones of the former branding suite to deeper tones of brown and blue that complement the warm wood tones present in the new space.