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Uproot by Believe in, Canada & United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Premium maple syrup and packaging to celebrate UK-based graphic design studio Believe in's expansion into Canada

Uproot is a premium and limited edition maple syrup created to celebrate the opening of UK-based Believe in’s second design studio in Canada. It features a distinctive packaging design that takes a Canadian icon and infuses it with what the studio describes as a European design sensibility. Believe in, from its two studios and through their collaborative effort, will now support clients from the UK, Europe and across North America.

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LittlePod Shortbread by Believe In, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Package design by Believe In for LittlePod's traditionally made vanilla shortbread

Graphic design studio Believe In worked with LittlePod—a high quality all natural vanilla paste business that has secured favour with both keen home cooks and professional chefs—and LittlePod’s Scottish shortbread partner Reids of Caithness, to develop packaging for a new, luxury, real vanilla range of traditional handmade butter shortbread biscuits.

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FS Silas Launch Campaign by Believe In, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Graphic design by Believe In for British type foundry Fontsmith

FS Silas is a new sans-serif and slab-serif font family from British type foundry Fontsmith, each available in five weights and an italic. The family is described as having a squareness of rounded forms with dynamically angles terminals and slabs capable of offering contemporary brands the opportunity to employ different voices with one typographic system.

Fontsmith worked with graphic design studio Believe In to develop a name and launch campaign. This included type specimen, social media strategy and a number of short videos created in collaboration with The Space Between. These digital and print artefacts were united by the title FS Silas – The Enigmatic Type, and a concept that draws its inspiration from the dossiers and secret files of espionage, as well as type specimens of the 50’s and 60’s.

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