LMS friend and Brit expat foodie Hamish Anderson came to us to create a fancy little logo for his top notch new restaurant in Colonia Roma, Latitud. The original idea was based on some very interesting signs that are often spotted in the historic center of Mexico City.
Sometimes software accidents can result in more interesting design solutions than our thousands of well-intentioned keystrokes. We apply the right tool at the wrong time, and the software throws us a visual curveball that we couldn’t have imagined.
I really thought living in Mexico City for the past four years had prepared me for anything — surely the crazy traffic and notable pollution and bustle of people and crowded markets and packed subways have served as some sort of education to build a resilience, right? Maybe to some extent it has, but not enough to prepare me for the madness of India. It’s just a whole other thing.
Ernesto D. Morales is the newest member of Little Mule Studio. A designer and photographer from Houston, Ernesto has recently arrived to his parents’ hometown of Mexico City to explore his family roots and be part of Little Mule’s new endeavors.
I was over at a client’s house the other day, and she mentioned her pet bug. I certainly looked confused, so she introduced me to her makech.