*** Working the art of coffee 52 was really rewarding. I got very excited by the idea that the color and beauty of the Mexican Northeast could travel to all corners of the world in its packaging.
We wanted to reflect the color of the desert, inherent in the product, making a very organic composition of distinctive plants of the region (cacti) combined with the coffee plant. The result is fantastic. Who could imagine it? Coffee and the Mexican desert. Why not? ***
Natalia Alejandrina Blanco. Saltillo, Coahuila, México (1990). Visual artist & designer. She found in graphics and urban art the best way to show her visual proposal communally and individually. Its main theme is the northern identity that surrounds her. She is the creator of #amoresamorypunto project, a community street intervention movement that shows and creates awareness about diversity and respect for people. With her piece “La Revolución del Color” she was awarded first place in the XI Bienal de Plástica Joven Arte Nuevo de la Región Laguna in September 2019 and with “Hombres muy hombres” she was selected in the XL Encuentro Nacional de Arte Joven 2020. She has participated in individual and group exhibitions, as well as in the creation of murals and urban interventions in diverse cities like Mexico, Colombia, Morocco, Central America, the United States of America and Italy. Additionally, she is the founder and director of the independent project La Panorámica Editorial.