Aftrad Village Kitchen

2023-09-28T08:37:13+00:00

As an established company, Aftrad Village Kitchen has a range of products for pastes, sauces and spices. They wanted a brand refresh for some packaged products. We produced and print managed 2 new pouches of seasoning and labels for a jar of paste. An overall enjoyable project, using the metallic labels and pouch materials to help pop out the text and graphics.

Grandbars

2023-09-21T20:57:18+00:00

Grandbar is a startup range of snacks produced with the elderly in mind. There is a brand story, which is historical and personal to the client. This is portrayed on the packaging. There are five types of flavours to work with so a range of colours and photos were introduced to the branding. An overall enjoyable project with a lovely client who has now launched these into the market, winning awards!

Antidoat

2023-09-20T08:00:40+00:00

Antidoat is a brand name created by a local startup firm who approached us with bags of ideas, needing direction. We were happy to listen, assess and direct their path. Working closely with their dreams and ambitions, we developed a product to suit the market they were reaching for. A quirky vintage style of branding with specific ranges within the flavour spectrum.

Snacking Made Easy

2023-09-21T14:51:11+00:00

Lorama Foods is a local manufacturer of snack bars. Their new hero brand ‘Snacking Made Easy’ was set to hit the shelves, so they required a new concept and brand developed. These products sit together within their specific ranges. Our task was to create the varieties of flavours, keeping the theme consistent throughout. A bright, yet not too loud concept was created with clean graphics, simplicity and a brand to take note of in the future.

Eden Coffee

2023-09-21T22:29:03+00:00

Eden Coffee is a startup brand who was attracted by our brand and packaging capabilities. The product launch was a great success where we produced a few ranges of coffee packs. These included printed boxes and labels. the client had a pre-designed logo, so we took it further and introduced a brand book using the colourways to define each product range.

Once the initial product was packaged, Eden requested a further range of products for various outlets and stores.

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