Anagrama creates a vibrant brand design for Habibis, an Arabic-Mexican fusion taqueria

Habibi branding by Anagram

Mexican branding agency Anagrama never fail to impress. It seems like they have at least one new branding project launch each month, and each of them are always drool worthy and make you wish you’d created them. Their most recent project is for an Arabic-Mexican fusion restaurant called Habibi, which is located in San Pedro Garza García.

Habibi branding by Anagram

Habibis is an Arabic-Mexican fusion taqueria located in San Pedro Garza García, a city enriched by the culinary treats of its third generation Arab immigrants. Previously a humble taco stand, Habibis approached us with the task of creating a brand that communicated the foods’ exceptional mixed background and quality without losing its street-friendly and casual demeanor.

Our proposal is a brand that adapts stylized Arabic calligraphy to a typical Mexican street setting, complete with neon colors and inexpensive materials, like craft paper bags. Deep research and careful understanding of the Arabic alphabet was needed to design, using calligraphic pens and special brushes, the various words and signage in both Arabic and Latin. The custom type is accompanied by Gotham, a gentle and neutral typeface that would allow the bespoken logotypes to stand out above everything else. The pattern is based on traditional keffiyeh (a Middle Eastern headdress fashioned from a square scarf) and gorgeously intrinsic mosaic patterns.

Habibi branding by Anagram

Bobby Solomon

November 4, 2013 / By

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