Brewski is a Mobile Coffee Shop created by Polish-born graphic designer Damian Skolarczyk. The name originates from the age-old stereotype of Polish people adding “ski” at the end of every word to make it sound Polish. The project aims to bring people together from different backgrounds and cultures to enjoy the simple things in life – Like coffee. Some of the design choices pay homage to Poland by using a “Polish” colour palette; red and white being the main colours.
The logo for Brewski is a walking and whistling cup of coffee. The whole aesthetic is very illustrative and attention-grabbing. It differentiates itself from other coffee shops by not using any of the browns and green colours which are becoming trendy in today’s world.
The cups and saucers feature a fact about Poland which some people may or may not know. The facts are written in Polish as a little “easter egg” or “if you know, you know” type of thing. This is the case because there aren’t many (or any) coffee shops which brand themselves as being “Polish”. This is done to welcome the Polish community and make them feel included.
Brewski would operate in food halls, festivals and outdoor events where it can get involved in the melting pot of different cultures and cuisines and give the people a chance to experience them and in the meantime experience the things surrounding them.