ReGen, formerly known as Uniting Care Moreland Hall, is a not-for-profit drug and alcohol treatment and education agency established in 1970 for the Victoria and Tasmanian regions of Australia. Following the recent name change Studio Brave developed a new visual identity that would better reflect the ReGen’s evidence based practices and the positive, practical outcomes it achieves, through a combination of vibrant colour, a simple linguistic device and a weighty sans serif typeface.
Cha Ren More is a natural hand wash made from the oils of cooked and ground organic tea leaves using time-honoured methods. The product’s packaging, created by Taiwan based Victor Design, reflects the elemental plant-based ingredient, the traditional and handcrafted production technique and an earthy organic proposition through a simple combination, and practical qualities of a tactile, uncoated and unbleached material choice, adhesive label, a very nice half-tone print treatment, classic serif and traditional Chinese characters.
Triumph & Disaster is a male skincare and accessory range created by Dion Nash that aims to unite the traditional grooming experience with the high quality, natural and scientifically formulated expectations of today’s market. The range’s packaging, developed by New Zealand-based design studio DDMMYY, references and confidently brings the type-heavy, heraldic, structural and material choices of the past into the present with a contemporary consistency and a distinctive white on black colour palette.