Posted: February 18, 2016 Filed under: Graphic Design Reviews, Logo Reviews, Photography | Tags: Brand Identity, Brand Identity Blog, Brand Identity Reviews, Branding, Branding Agency, Branding Blog, Branding News, British Design, Brochure Design, Colour in Use: Purple, Coloured Paper, Custom Typefaces & Logotypes, Custom Typography, Design For Print, Design News, Design Opinion, Design Reviews, Designed in Leeds, From the United Kingdom, Logo Design Inspiration, Logo Design Resource, Logo Opinion, Logos for Photographers, Lookbook, Minimal Design, Minimal Logos, Sans-serif Logotypes, Stationery Design, The Best Brand Identities of 2016, Uncoated Papers & Cards, Visual Identity Design Blog, White Block Foil, White Ink
Opinion by Richard Baird.
Richard Moran is a lifestyle and portrait photographer with over 25 years of experience. He has worked with international businesses such as GSK, Pizza Express and Grey Goose Vodka, and secured a reputation as a passionate, straight-talking professional with a meticulous attention to detail and a portfolio of high-quality and emotive work. With a desire to communicate this and with the intention of building on his success, Richard worked with Leeds based graphic design studio Journal to develop a new brand identity. This included portfolio, business cards and stationery, linked by a white and purple colour palette, plenty of material texture, custom logotype and high-quality print finish. Journal also designed and built a responsive website that gives Richard’s time-sensitive clients multiple ways to view his work.
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Posted: November 12, 2015 Filed under: Fonts in Use, Food and Drink, Packaging Reviews | Tags: Best Packaging Designs, British Design, Condensed Logotypes, Condensed Typography, Copy Opinion by Seth Rowden, Creative Packaging, Designed by Robot Food, Designed in Leeds, Foil Blocking, Fonts by Hoefler & Co., Fonts in Use: Knockout, Fonts in Use: Rukola, From the United Kingdom, Graphic Design Blog, Handcraft, Illustration, Logo Design Inspiration, Logo Design Resource, Logo News, Logotypes, Luxury Logos and Packaging Design, Marble Patterns, Monogram Design, New Logo, Packaging Company, Packaging Design, Packaging Design Blog, Packaging Design Resource, Packaging News, Sans-serif Logotypes, Script Typography, Snack Packaging Design, Snack Pot Packaging, Stickers, The Best Brand Identities of 2015, The Best Packaging of 2015, Uncoated Papers & Cards
Opinion by Richard Baird & Seth Rowden
Naughty But Rice is a rice pudding range created by The Hain Daniels Group in response to an increase in the dessert’s popularity in the United Kingdom. Unlike the product’s of established and mainstream brands, Naughty But Rice, as the name suggests, offers consumers a modern and indulgent twist on the traditional favourite, with flavours that include Coconut & Raspberry, Salted Caramel and Chocolate Orange.
The range features a brand identity and package design, developed by Leeds based graphic design studio Robot Food, that leaves behind what the studio describe as tired category conventions, and instead, embraces the striking and high-contrast, in structure, type, colour, space and illustration. Since its launch, Naughty But Nice has secured shelf space in supermarkets such as Asda, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s and Booths.
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