According to a World Bank study, at least 37% of the food produced in Mexico is lost or wasted every year along the value chain, a figure that translates into an economic loss of 491 billion pesos annually.
Added to this, the number of Mexicans suffering from food security practically doubled with the pandemic caused by the arrival of Covid-19, going from 25 million affected in 2019 to 40 million Mexicans in 2020.
Pacto por la comida (“food pact”) is an initiative that is driven by Bancos de Alimentos de México (BAMX, Mexican food banks) and Waste Resource Action Programme (WRAP) that seeks to generate voluntary agreements to reduce food loss and waste in Mexico.
We designed a visual identity, inspired by the integrity of the brand, with a rebellious tone that represents human restlessness. Our design is based on the bond of union, monitoring and fluidity that requires a humanist project.
Thick and heavy Montserrat with a lot of character is used together with the fluidity of Castro Script, generating a visual and emotional contrast in the brand.
We developed the identity of this project as a simple experience and a direct message, the identity represents a connecting force linked by the moving element full of energy with the orange color combined with the deep black of the typography and the white base generating contrast.
The intensity of the color generates a contrast in the neutral base of black and white, obtaining a disruptive sense for the brand, its applications using intertwined elements with lines remove the rigidity that can have the typography making it more friendly to the public.