Accents Decoration store branding by La Tortillería

December 14th, 2012 by retail design blog

We had two girls, one business and a whirlwind of creative ideas ready to be shared. They wanted to boost the look of their boutique and we were definitely up for the challenge. In this project, our main goal was to highlight the meaning of an accent and its importance in different settings to create a unique space.

With that in mind, we decided to give a face-lift to their image for their sixth anniversary to mark the beginning of this new phase. The ultimate makeover included a new logo, website, shopping bags, tags, stationery and presentation materials which are the undeniable portrait of absolute style.

Designed by La Tortillería


























http://www.latortilleria.com

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