Norwich designer Lewis Snitch wins trip to Cuba for tropical coffee label

Lewis Snitch, from Norwich, who designed a label for a ThreeSixty� Cuban coffee product. Picture: Co

Lewis Snitch, from Norwich, who designed a label for a ThreeSixty� Cuban coffee product. Picture: Courtesty of Lewis Snitch - Credit: Archant

The charm and beauty of Cuba has been captured on a new coffee packet label by a Norwich designer.

The coffee label designed by Lewis Snitch. Picture: ThreeSixty°

The coffee label designed by Lewis Snitch. Picture: ThreeSixty° - Credit: Archant

And the image, showing a street scene, won Lewis Snitch a trip to the Caribbean country.

Mr Snitch won a competition to design the label for the packet of Cuba Cumanayagua coffee beans sold by the brand ThreeSixty°.

His artwork topped an online poll of entries from designers across the UK.

Mr Snitch said: 'I wanted to capture the beauty of an old and enchanting Cuba. To encapsulate the atmosphere and feel of authentic street scene, I have used warm orange tones to build the design.


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'I have featured Cuban men wearing guayaberas shirts and fedora hats, playing guitars, smoking cigars and sitting on the steps of old buildings as classic cars roll by.

'The mountains loom in the background and towering palm trees arch over the intriguing cobbled streets, lined with red roofs to draw you into the scene.'

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Mr Snitch won a return flight to Cuba for his entry.

Nicole Hartnell, brand manager, said: 'At ThreeSixty we're passionate about making premium quality coffee for everyone to experience and enjoy. 'Our Cuba Cumanayagua is a truly exceptional coffee experience – expect tasting notes of roasted peanuts and cinder toffee with a caramelised brown sugar sweetness and perfectly balanced acidity.

'The label designed by our #MyThreeSixtyDesign winner, Lewis Snitch, perfectly complements the coffee and echoes the essence of Cuba.'

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