J Lally Brand
J Lally gourmet delights were designed for an airline retail market. Retail In Motion did a superb job at executing the travel concept to fit the airline retail company.
"As we are a airline retail company, the concept has a travel theme to it. I have used cute illustrations and language to emphasize the size of the nuts in comparison to other varieties. The packaging contains a die cut which allows the product to be seen from the outside.The tagline which reads " Please no eye rubbing these nuts are real" further reinforces the cute, fun nature of the brand."
Sandro Desii Pasta
Lo Siento, Barcelona based design agency created brand Identity and design for Sandro Desii's Italian pasta and ice cream manufacturer packaging.
"The design focuses on creating an identity system that helps both owner and consumer to locate, catalogue and organize the different products of the firm by their number and color. A family of twenty packs of pasta has been designed."
Graham's The Family Dairy, Cheddar Cheese Range
"Creative branding and design agency, threebrand, has designed packaging for a new cheese product launched by Scotland’s largest independent dairy company. The Edinburgh-based agency created packaging for Graham’s The Family Dairy’s new Scottish cheddar cheese range, which officially launched at the Royal Highland Show on June 20th to June 23rd, 2013.
Having worked with Graham’s since 2005, threebrand was briefed to create impactful packaging for the new cheese range of mild, mature and extra mature cheddar that communicates the brand’s core values of family and farming.
Bunches & Bunches: Provisions
Branding agency, Miller Creative was tasked by Bunches & Bunches, a gourmet food company based in Portland, Oregon to create the brand identity and packaging for their line of savory products, Provisions.
Miller designed a brand mark and packaging system for their first collection of spicy molé sauces. Since the labels were printed as a small run, the special effects and materials costs had to be kept under control. Packaging was printed letterpress for a tactile and premium feel. Heat level was indicated with a small rubber-stamped seal, allowing for a smaller print run without the extra cost of another label or printing plate to indicate heat. The flavor seal adds an attractive touch, but also acts as a tamper-evident seal.