Cielito Querido Café

I pretty much stopped in my tracks when I spotted this amazing Mexican chain of cafés recently on We Heart. Designed by Esrawe in collaboration with Ignacio Cadena, Cielito Querido Café is right up my alley—everything from the interior to the packaging is drenched in saturated color, pattern and typography. If you like what you see, you can check out some more images and get more information on their Facebook page.


Above images from the Cielito Querido Café website.


All above images are from We Heart. (Unfortunately I can’t find a credit for the photographer, so if you happen to have that info please let me know.)

7 Comments

  1. Woodward Design > Cielito Querido Café, México says:

    [...] via designworklife [...]
  2. Restaurant Brand Review: Cielito Querido Café | Restaurant branding, marketing and consulting blog says:

    [...] came across this branding gem at Design Work Life who found it on We Heart and now it’s here for you to enjoy. What an amazing job for this [...]
  3. 3 buenos ejemplos de identidad gráfica - El deseo de Santa says:

    [...] visto en designworklife [...]
  4. Meg says:

    This means I need to go to Mexico ASAP and experience all of these amazing displays of amazing typography...
  5. The Cielito Querido Café by Hector Esrawe & Ignacio Cadena | Feature Me | Feature Me says:

    [...] Cadena by Sasha on May 6, 2011 • 3:44 pm No Comments I recently found this great Cafe on design work life blog and thought you would all like it. The Cielito Querido Cafe has been designed by Esrawe in [...]
  6. Oops. My bad. | Danelle Bourgeois says:

    [...] use of typography in this cafe is [...]
  7. Ewelina says:

    Hi again Chris! Now, that I've seen the rest of the pictures I have to admit that it's a truly vibrant place...though not in a way that I would immediately associate with Mexico. It's all so 50's-modern-vintage-like! ...if you know what I mean ;)
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