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Drizzle yourself in Luxury

L’ange’s new body care line is clean & stunning in design, making it the minimalist flex in your shower or bathroom counter. Utilizing a stunning line drawing to denote product variants, the rest of the package uses negative space to convey extreme luxury. The funky disjointed brand name gives L’ange a unique personality that makes it jump off the shelves and onto your body. 

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LA-based beauty company L’ange Hair is going to launch its new body line products. 

The package design is inspired by the natural honeysuckle fragrance that featured in the products. To keep the packages simple and elegant, only line drawing and minimum color are used. White containers with delicate black printing create a slim and graceful sense that corporates with the name “MIDSUMMER”. The differences in illustrations help to identify products and add interesting details for the product line.

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Tea that perfect any time of the day

Every day should begin and end with a good cup of tea. 

Thankfully, Four O’Clock is a a cut above some of the generic tea brands on the market. Utilizing a rich navy that stays consistent across flavor variants, each rectangular box sports stylized images of the flavors contained within the tea, with cinnamon sticks breaking and chai leaves blooming. 

Each variant features a color strip that denotes that the tea’s flavor will be rich and tranquil. The bright colors are inviting and pair beautifully with the elegant serif font that makes up the logo. Our favorite element is a small touch-a simple tea leaf emerging from the letter “R.”

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We worked closely with the company’s founders, mother and daughter, to elaborate the brand strategy and creative development of this new design. Bold, curious, generous, pure and creative the Four O’Clock brand is Obsessed with taste. The black/dark color was part of the Four O’Clock brand equity. We changed it to a blue/black more unique tint and added vibrant, appetizing and bright colors to not only convey the idea of bold flavors and generosity, but also make the brand color blocking more distinct and visually attractive.

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Healthcare Brand Troo

Since their launch over ten years ago, the supplement market had become increasingly competitive. John North, director of Troo Healthcare commented, “We needed to increase standout for the products online and in health shops, giving a positive message to our existing customers and attracting new interest in the brand. Ideally, people using supplements should do so consistently to acquire the nutritional benefit they are searching for. Attractive packaging that helps people to remember to do this is also an important part of the product.”

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We streamlined the logo and designed an adaptable identity system using bright, abstract patterns to be used across all materials. This included the packaging, replacing the original photographic treatment on the labels. The logo icon adapts subtly to match the changing color palette for the different products.

Candy aimed at grown-ups!

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There aren’t many joys as pure and unadulterated as a tasty piece of candy. That feeling of bliss when all those simple carbs and deliciously sweet notes hit the tongue, most of which we first experience as children, fades away as we get older. Some of that is over health and diet concerns, of course, but also because most candy is flavored with artificial ingredients and developed in a lab. 

A lot of those sweets also get made for an audience of kids, not the more sophisticated palates that we develop as we enter adulthood.

Mayssa Chehata saw a need for a candy that was low in sugar and carbs with more refined flavors that was more of a throwback to childhood without feeling overtly kid-centric. This led her to start Behave, a new candy brand that aims to deliver guilt-free sweets with more grown-up flavors. 

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Chehata brought in celebrity chef and sweets expert Elizabeth Falkner to develop from these evolved takes on the childhood favorite gummy bear from the ground up. Chef Falkner went beyond standard gummy fair with flavors such as lychee, passion fruit, and raspberry. Each bag contains 3g of sugar, 6g net carbs, and only 90 calories. The gummies are also naturally sweetened with monk fruit.

To achieve Behave’s visual look and packaging, Chehata developed it alongside food specialists Gander, who also worked with brand Magic Spoon, who make healthier versions of kids’ breakfast cereal. Gander uses eye-searing blocks of neon colors to evoke feelings of nostalgia for childhood candy. Bold typography serves as the only embellishment over the neon panels, save for a giant gummy bear. The wordmark is also crossed-out, a call to defying convention and guilt.

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moonlit

Working with the Creative Director and in-house creative team at Moonpig, Ian Styles team have completely overhauled the brand. Most of the work was done with our team embedded directly within the creative department, which was crucial to understanding the culture, customers, and vision for the business. 

Building on their new positioning our idea was a simple one; create a whole new world for Moonpig, one where we imagine that we live life on the moon, where the normal rules don’t apply.

We seek to capture people in our new world’s gravity, pulling them towards us for a moment, offering an escape, where boring is banished, the obvious avoided and where life, is more fun and lighthearted.

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Kaibosh new identity

Eyes before guys, y’all. Snask developed a new, hip brand identity for an eyewear company in Norway, Kaibosh. Combined, the text, color palette, and copy give Kaboish a young and fun personality, instantly making the experience of going to get your eyes checked—which is pretty boring—way better. The approach also allows the frames to truly stand out in the store, helping consumers find stylish frames that suit them perfectly.

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“We got contacted by the Norwegian eyewear company Kaibosh. They felt that they had become too boring as opposed to what they should be, a trendy and bold eyewear brand. They felt their identity was too clean and they wanted to be more expressive and outgoing. The fashionable contender would finally get a fitting dress as well as a lovely new voice. We got the assignment to start out with keeping their existing logotype and from that develop their new brand ranging from signs, ads, packaging, bags, posters as well as create their entire flagship store.”

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Huxtaburgers’ brand

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Who knew a take out bag could be a statement piece?

HUXTABURGER wanted to create a clarified brand position that clearly identified their community and allowed for improved social uptake & engagement. By Refining and articulating the brand story and messaging framework, the aim was to capture and communicate the brand’s personality, which had previously been disconnected in visuals and voice.

The design inspiration came from graphic landscapes that took inspiration from destinations in which Huxtaburger operates and the visual look of the ingredients they use. The characters that you’ll discover throughout the visual identity embody Huxtaburger’s brand positioning by portraying people doing extreme things. The typography/logotype design was a refresh of the existing logo, uniting past and present with added confidence and strength.

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Dogs now run on Dunkin

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In support of Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation whose mission is to “provide the simple joys of childhood to kids battling hunger or illness,” both brands are offering dog toys modeled after the doughnut-and-coffee chain’s hot cup and Munchkin box, which includes three squeaky, fetchable versions of their ubiquitous doughnut holes. Money raised will go to support programs such as “Dogs for Joy,” which supports in-residence dogs in hospitals. These puppers help calm child patients and put the kids at ease during procedures and treatments.

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Fuse coffee

Fuse coffee’s branding system utilizes red, blue, and black dots to create it’s identity system. These dots overlap and meld together, bringing a playful element to the name “FUSE.” The branding exercise proves that the design is unique, playful, and innovative. Fuse your morning with this coffee for a day that is sure to be a success. Editorial photographEditorial photographEditorial photographEditorial photograph