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Wrigley’s wanted to expand the Extra brand portfolio with a new gum. Our challenge was to develop a sub brand to communicate the refreshing experience of this new, flavour filled gum which leapt off the shelf and clearly articulated the sense of refreshment offered. We started by visualising the hydrating experience using liquid like forms which flow around the Extra brand mark, creating a dynamic expression of the mouth-watering effects of the gum. #Branding #Packaging #Design
Bringing Opal Fruits back to life! It was an absolute pleasure to work on this nostalgic branding project where, not only does the brand and packaging take you back to yesteryear, but the flavours are the original line up of four mouth-watering strawberry, orange, lemon and lime flavour – prepare to go back in time! #branding #packaging #design
Looking to carve a new healthy niche in the crowded ice cream category, challenger brand Gigi was in need of a packaging design that set it apart from the competition. We developed a unique visual identity that positioned Gigi as a genuine category-changing product, communicating both its health benefits and gelato-like texture. #branding #packaging #illustration #watercolour
We created limited edition Skittles Pride packs by collaborating with four amazing artists. The packs capture the vibrancy and energy of Pride celebrations while celebrating the talents of artists from within the LGBTQ+ community. Not only do they have great stand-out on shelf, these packs provide a rich platform for supporting communications and have a unique story to tell. #packaging #design #limitededition #pride
Since the beginning of time, humans have sought to improve themselves. We invented the wheel, next came the roller skate, and eventually, we sent a rocket to the moon. Each step better than the one before. Yeah, then that seemed to stop around 50 years ago when most of the human race forgot how to walk in a way that wasn’t really, really annoying. This book aims to right that wrong.
For five generations, the Tusting family have been making handcrafted fine leather goods in the English countryside. Our task was to tap into the their heritage and express this for a contemporary international audience. A solid brand positioning and strategy that enabled us to create an identity that draws on the heritage of the Tusting family and the expertise of their craft. This extends to the broader world of the brand from the brochure through to a complete website redesign.
Betty came to us with a great product and a problem to solve. Girls don’t talk about periods and worse, no one had created a product that is specifically designed for them – until now. We created a packaging and communications strategy to help parents understand their daughter’s needs and reassures girls about the practicalities of periods, the social and personal implications and the physical and emotional developments they experience.