This is a tourism booklet I created about third-wave coffee shops in Winnipeg using Adobe InDesign. The booklet is meant to be used as a guide for a bike tour that takes the reader from shop to shop. I included a map and information about each stop based on interviews I did with coffee shop owners and baristas. This project was also adapted into an article that appeared in The Projector.
I created the front cover logo using Adobe Illustrator.
This is an example of the route that cyclists could take between each stop.
Little Sister Coffee Maker is on River Avenue and is the only shop that has a distinct feminine feel to it.
Parlour Coffee, on Main Street, is Winnipeg’s original third-wave coffee shop. The staff are dedicated to the craft of coffee making.
Cafe Postal, in St. Boniface serves a mostly Francophone clientele but it has become a destination for people from all over the city.
Thom Bargen, in Wolseley was started by two friends and doubles as a storefront for a local leather worker.
MAKE is a tiny shop in Corydon Village that regulalry hosts design shows.
I drank many a Latte creating this booklet, but it still remains my favourite way to consume espresso!