Ripple Coffee

Love this packaging solution for Ripple Coffee!

Ripple Coffee is committed to roasting beans strictly from farms owned by women. The company is dedicated to compensating women for their contributions by giving a percentage of each purchase back to the community. Design Womb partnered and delivered a complete brand identity and creative package design for a lineup of whole bean coffee. The coffee bags are vibrant and patterned. The fresh, rotating color palette captures the spirit of the company’s cause while drawing inspiration from beautiful coffee farms and sources around the globe. Each roast utilizes large, bold tasting notes, with a playful and wholesome tone.

Creative Agency: Design Womb
Photography: Lucy Hewett
Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
Client: Ripple Coffee
Location: Bexley, Ohio, USA
Packaging Material: Flexible Pouch

Ripple Coffee

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  1. Dear Blue, How is the coffee in your hotel? Here, a muggy day, but productive, and I did find a used pair of Ralph Loren pink tennies for Dear Zelda. And I did plant the pots Joyce so lovingly brought over, of snowonthemountain. And I thought of you so often today, as I went to Schuler shoes, to get ahead of winter, and sure enough, found a pair of Columbia waterproof boots, and you WILL need a pair too. Now I know you are working hard as usual, and bringing your best to it, and I do not want to interrupt your lovely trip (Europe) where there is such supremely good coffee, but as you know practicality has its rewards, especially in Minnesota certain times of the year, and so I am sending this breath taking good news, good Boots! much love, mom

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