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TerraVida Coffee: Global Java Sophistication

Seattle's Hornall Anderson Design Works has java'd up the joe in a recent branding project for a new specialty coffee retailer, which has been named TerraVida. This is Latin for earth/life, of course; and it's one of many "origin" names tha

Published on Mar 11, 2004

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Seattle's Hornall Anderson Design Works has java'd up the joe in a recent branding project for a new specialty coffee retailer, which has been named TerraVida. This is Latin for earth/life, of course; and it's one of many "origin" names that were under consideration, explains Sonja Max, project manager/designer, which "puts coffee in the context of where it's grown, and helps connect one audience, American coffee drinkers, with another

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Credits

Date
Mar 11, 2004
Copywriter:
Pamela Mason-Davey
Photographer:
Steve Keating
Photographer:
Tom McMackin
Designer:
Jana Nishi
Designer:
Elmer dela Cruz
Designer:
Tiffany Place
Designer:
James Tee
Designer:
Sonja Max
Designer:
Jack Anderson
Art Director:
Jack Anderson
Design:
Hornall Anderson Design
Client:
TerraVida Coffee

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