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Skovin designed by Heydays

Catalogue with coloured paper and die cut cover designed by Heydays for Norwegian high-end wood flooring supplier Skovin

Skovin is Norwegian, high-end, solid wood floor specialist that combines ancient craftsmanship with modern technologies. By mixing a wood veneer business card and a traditional name drawn from the old word Skøyen, the area in Oslo where the company was founded, with geometric shapes and die cuts, panels of flat colour and sans-serif typography, Skovin’s identity, designed by Heydays, intends to express the company’s fusion of past and present process.

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Terence Woodgate designed by Charlie Smith Design

Packaging for lighting design and manufacturer Terence Woodgate designed by Charlie Smith Design

Terence Woodgate is a lighting design and manufacturing business, founded by industrial designer Terence Woodgate in 2014, that looks to “fully optimise the benefits of LED technology”. Charlie Smith Design recently worked with Terence Woodgate to develop a visual identity for the business and modular packaging treatment for its first line of products as well as manuals, fitting instructions and website.

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Stephenson Personal Care designed by Robot Food

Logo, brand identity and packaging designed by Robot Food for UK soap base specialist Stephenson Personal Care

Stephenson Personal Care is a fifth generation family business which has been making soap bases from top grade, renewable, ethically sourced ingredients since 1856, yet remain innovative and ambitious. Over this time Stephenson have built a broad customer base that includes multinationals, supermarkets and hobbyists. Stephenson recently worked with Leeds based design studio Robot Food to develop a new brand identity and flexible packaging treatment that would place their significant heritage and experience at the heart of communication, convey the concept of ‘creative chemistry’, support their international ambitions and would be sensitive to both their blue-chip and homecraft markets.

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