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Roll Club

Canape created this dynamic packaging for Roll Club, a food delivery company based out of the Ukraine. The design features a striking mashup of typography and graphic elements in order to create a modern take on branding and packaging.

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Rice Brand Inspired By Floor Tiles

Milanese artisan rice brand RISO D’UOMO has revealed a new visual identity by Here Design. Cultivated from pure Carnaroli rice grown within sight of the historic Duomo di Milano, RISO D’UOMO’s refreshed design takes direct inspiration from the product’s place of origin, reflecting the ornate marble floor tiles of this impressive cathedral.

Using rich tones of navy blue and terracotta which are derived from the striking colour of the marble floors of the Duomo, the new brand identity adopts a timeless quality and strong design aesthetic, standing out on the shelf.Riso_Duomo_Here_-_Group_Shot_1.jpgRiso_Duomo_Here_-_Group_Shot_3.jpgRiso_Duomo_Here_-_Detail_2.jpg

Doux

The Doux is a hip hop inspired natural hair care line that has recently been introduced to the hair aisle in Target. Bright neon colors and 90’s inspired brush lettering make for a nostalgia inducing packaging solution that will look great in your bathroom.

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Does dose organic juice

 Akufen Atelier Créatif has “hipsterized” Dose’s line of organic juices. Bottled in clear plastic, each beverage is titled in bold graphic type according to its color. The design is minimal, catering to the trending market for juicing. With the play on words, inspired by abbreviated text messages, Dose targets a more youthful audience. 

“Dose is a Montreal based organic / raw juice company that makes delicious healthy juices every morning and then delivers them to your work place ! We created a brand and package that is as simple and colorful as the products themselves.”

Introducing TCCC Unity

TCCCUnity.jpgThe Coca-Cola Company has been around for over a century, but they just experienced a first: Brody Associates unveiled a bespoke typeface inspired by the brand itself. The typeface—called TCCC Unity, which stands for The Coca-Cola Company Unity—is described by vice president of global design, James Sommerville, as “encapsulating elements from Coca-Cola’s past and its American Modernist heritage.”

Brody Associates produced a variety of weights and styles, giving it maximum flexibility to be used, to grow, and to evolve. It feels modern and versatile—easily able to roll out in all touchpoints. There’s also an app, TCCC Unity, in which the creators tell how the typeface’s personality came from the company’s visual heritage. It offers a unique peek at the process for creating it and even includes a selection from Coca-Cola’s archives to show what was used for inspiration.

Holiday Crackers

“Every year, Goods & Services agency creates a festive holiday gift for our clients; for 2016, our creative team decided to have some fun with holiday crackers.” 

“So we searched the globe to capture the most unusual ‘giving’ holiday creatures. Each cracker includes a story that is unique to its character. Tío De Nadal, a friendly log found in Spain, is beaten with a stick by children on Christmas eve until it poops out small presents. Yule Cat, a notorious feline native to Iceland, pounces and gobbles up farmhands who haven’t finished their winter’s work. Kallikantzaroi, a southeastern European goblin, creates mayhem during the 12 days of Christmas, by souring milk, terrorizing farm animals and generally being a nasty menace. The final character, Namahage, is a New Year’s ogre who storms into Japanese families’ homes and can only be placated by tasty treats.”CrackerPlate_Confetti_8559_EDIT.jpg