The Coffee House Spring
Not Yet Famous has a chance to collaborate with Tree Studios and illustration artist Nguyen Huy Phuong aka Pulu for the Spring collection merchandise of The Coffee House. The subject is all about Spring, its vividly and liveliness, the youngness and goodness of The Coffee House new Arabica coffee crop.
Inspired from the art of Henri Rousseau (1844-1910), a famous French painter, which well-known for his painting about nature, forrest, wildlife, and above all, a self-learning painter. He loves painting, even though others laughed at his early works, but he keep going, paint more, learn more and produce more works.
Henri's story is similar to The Coffee House start-up story, they keep doing their work, chasing their passion for perfection. And at the end of the day, both of them enjoy the great result. Henri got famous, The Coffee House harvest their first self-grown Arabica crop.
Both got respect, at least, from me.
I used to worked with Pulu in another packaging project, the Hai Chau mooncake packaging to be exact. The crafting level of his works are stunning, especially mythical and religion related works. I can feel the strong connection between Pulu's works and Henri Rousseau's works and subject of this time: The Spring. Then we work together, again.
Below is the instruction to reuse, hints of recycle the container box after take the mug out. The box can become a piggy bank, a penbox, a tissue box, a house for Lego figures, a pin box, a card holder, a lens storage box...etc. There are many many ways to recycle a carton box.
The limited merchandise is selling exclusively at the The Coffee House stores all over the nation.
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