Thanks to the multi-talented trio behind Tatabi Studio—an independent graphic and web design studio based in Dublin, Ireland—things are looking a little more brighter, cleaner, and delightful.
Tatabi Studio, helmed by Elena Sancho, Humberto Van Huten, and Rafa Leal, created the branding identity for Muyum, a healthy and fun food brand for kids.
Commissioned by RBA Architects, Tatabi developed the branding, stationary, and web design. Clean, sharp, and simple—just like the award-winning architectural design practice's portfolio.
Website design for RBA.
Branding, editorial and web design for Spanish cosmetics atelier Attariat.
Website design for Attariat.
Charming icons and graphics for Attariat.
The Enkaja Bottle allows you to mix different ingredients to create a unique cocktail. Inspired by the wide variety of chemicals and combination of different elements, the mixologist is able to create something new, different, and surprising.
Each bottle is comprised of smaller bottles with a bottom plug and top cap to enable each section to be attached to one another.
The Enkaja's open product cardboard packaging.
A periodical table-inspired flavor chart.
Muyum is a Tatabi Studio project that encourages children to consume healthy foods. Includes eye stickers for the fruit, individual packages for sliced fruit, patterned paper, and easy-to-assemble boxes to make lemonade with real lemons (shown here).
For cosmetics company CO/CO, Tatabi created the branding and packaging design. Taking a cue from nature, the simple packaging almost transforms the beauty goods to food products.
Tatabi's latest venture into fashion—visualizing the branding, editorial, and web design for Mamukko, a creative workshop based in Kinsale, Ireland specializing in handcrafted upcycled sailcloth marine canvas and PVC tarpaulin bags.