Caffe Bumi Manglayang is a modern classic caffe located in the hills of manglayang, Bumi Manglayang itself has a mainstay menu that is typical coffee manglayang, which is processed directly by the farmers in the traditional way.
indeed this is a very common thing, wearing a modern concept in the middle of green pegunugan. but what I know is, in Indonesia still few people use modern concepts in the mountains, and for the target market of modern concepts in the middle of the mountains is very much targeted by the people in Indonesia.
the area where the cafe was built on a hill and the scenery is very beautiful, surrounded by green trees, I have tried to combine several colors and white is the color of my choice, because I think only the color is suitable for buildings standing in the mountains
the form of the letter B I take from the first letter of the word “Bumi” and I think it is quite representative of some syllables in the logo
I’ve had quite a lot of time, and most of it is spent through brainstorming with the team. and until finally I have an idea to add a modern and flat impression on the cafe in this mountain area. indeed this is very common, use the modern concept in the middle pegunugan green. but I know that, in Indonesia there are still few people who use modern concepts in the mountains, and for the target market of modern concepts in the middle of these mountains are very much targeted by the people in Indonesia. after got the idea I made directly with adobe illustrator software, without drawingpad, remember
WITHOUT DRAWING PAD !, and I just use the cursor from the mouse. laptop that I use was very standard, even far from the standard specifications for a designer, namely Lenovo with AMD ram 4gb processor. very tragic is not it?
for me enough to appreciate, and that makes me more confident with my ability, I am not a designer who has a certificate, or even a design school graduate. but I am quite proud of having graphic design capabilities. with people’s appreciation of my artwork, I think that’s enough for me as a self-taught designer.