Sunday, September 19, 2021

QUEEN CITY COFFEE UNVEILS NEW PRODUCT DESIGNS IN COLLABORATION WITH LOCAL ARTISTS BECCA REITZ + FRNDS

Coffee available for limited time for in-store and online purchases

Queen City Coffee recently announced the official release of its limited-edition artist packaging featuring the elegant and divine work of Denver-based artist Becca Reitz. This is the third limited edition release in Queen City’s Artist Series, following Jon Jon Kalisz + Hiero Veiga. Reitz has reimagined Queen City’s iconic look with enchanting new packaging and design available to purchase online and in-store while supplies last.

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“Cultivating local relationships and supporting local artists has been the heart of Queen City coffee since it first opened in 2018. We are committed to supporting the artists and entrepreneurs who have stood by us and our shops since inception, and we hope that can be brought to light through our new Artist Series” says Scott and Luke Byington, Founders of Queen City Coffee.

The new Queen City Coffee + Becca Reitz limited edition design perfectly bridges Reitz’s illustrative figures with her design-focused work. While Reitz is known for her fiercely feminine, starry eye-ed illustrations, she spends the majority of her time in the design world, working to creatively seam together clear visual messaging with a fine art appeal. All of this landing her clients like Halo Top, Yoga Journal, and Spirit Daughter.

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“The thing I love most about the Denver creative community is the genuine interest others share in contributing to your success. Whether that be by promoting your work, sharing processes, or assisting on a project, everyone always looks out for each other,” says Reitz. “Being asked to collaborate with Queen City and FRNDS just further exemplifies how supportive this community truly is.”

To broader expand the mission of artist support, Queen City Coffee recently partnered with FRNDS, a Denver-based creative agency, to strategize and execute the Artist Series through visual storytelling.

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“As a creative agency ourselves, it has been awesome to be able to highlight the individuals who make the Denver creative community thrive. From graphic designers, to muralists, and tattoo artists, the goal of this monthly project is to uplift the creative community during hard times,” says Corey Mercer, founder of FRNDS.

To purchase your very own Queen City + Becca Reitz coffee, visit https://queencitycollectivecoffee.com/shop/beccareitz . If you would like to be considered for the next Queen City Coffee Artist Collaboration, please follow and send a DM to @queencitycoffee or @FRNDSAgency on Instagram.

About Becca Reitz
Becca Reitz is an art director, graphic designer, & illustrator based in Denver, Colorado. Through her distinctive monoline illustration style, Becca utilities visual balance and symmetry to capture the essence of the higher self, the power of our earth, nature, and the divine feminine–– sometimes with a mix of wit & fun. Becca is design-forward in her thinking and illustrative in her execution, and her unique style has landed her clients such as Halo Top, Yoga Journal, Spirit Daughter, and WinterWondergrass.

About FRNDS
FRNDS is a full service creative agency based in the historic Dry Ice Factory in RiNo. FRNDS Agency specializes in Content creation, Digital Marketing, and Branding and has had the opportunity to work with brands such as Adidas, American Eagle, Draft Kings, and more.

About Queen City Coffee
Queen City is a collective coffee company building community from farm to cup. Their coffee comes from farmers and producers they know, and is then small-batch roasted in Denver. QC believes that honest relationships, from farmers to consumers, achieve an equitable and sustainable coffee supply chain.

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