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Volcano At Home by Commission, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird

Coffee packaging by Commission for small-batch, Nespresso-compatible, fair trade coffee pods Volcano At Home

Volcano At Home is an ethically traded coffee range, roasted in small batches by a dedicated team and sold in 100% compostable Nespresso-compatible pods. The range has been created for the retail, subscription and wholesale markets and is available in three varieties, Bold Morning Shot, Balanced All Day and Reserve Rich And Sweet. Volcano At Home is the latest venture of London-based independent coffee roasters Volcano Coffee Works and features distinctive packaging design, developed by Commission, that draws on the science, craft and character of the brand and its products.

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Institute by Commission Studio, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird

Logotype, stationery and website by Commission Studio for New York-based full service creative studio Institute

Institute is a full service creative studio from New York working with clients to connect with people through creative direction, live experiences, concept development, content creation, production and post-production services. Institute’s work is described as being underpinned by thoughtful and meaningful creativity, and although their clients are often high profile, their presence is intentionally modest. London-based Commission Studio worked with Institute to develop a visual identity that would not overshadow their work and express their taste and attitude. This included stationery set, business cards and website, linked by the concept of magnetic strips, a technology that can open doors.

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Old Spike Coffee by Commission Studio, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird

Coffee Branding & Packaging – Old Spike Coffee by Commission Studio, United Kingdom

Old Spike is a coffee roastery, subscription service and wholesaler, cafe and social enterprise working with the homeless, located in South East London. It is situated on the site of a former workhouse, a place where the poor would break rocks over metal spikes for food and lodgings, and where the roaster gets its name. With a desire to separate the roastery’s commercial and social activities Commission Studio worked to develop retail and subscription packaging that avoided the conventions of the market, and worked together a sense of the artisanal and wholesome and the eye-catching and luxury.

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