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Galipette Cidre by Werklig, Finland

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding and packaging design for authentic, French premium cidre Galipette Cidre by Werklig, Finland

Galipette is a premium cidre made from 100% pure fermented apple juice (pur jus) pressed from apples that are hand picked from orchards in Brittany, Northwest France. Galipette is available as a Brut and a sweeter Biologique. These are free of gluten and added sugar and created for the international markets of Europe, North America and China by the Cider Supply Company, a businesses founded on the values of local craftsmanship and European cidre making heritage.

With the intention of engaging a market made up of urban, quality seeking people who appreciate freshness and the legacy of French Cidre, Scandinavian studio Werklig created a brand identity, packaging design and website that, rather than leveraging the rural aesthetic that proliferates the category, finds a comfortable balance between heritage cues and modernity, the familiar and the distinctive.

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The London Popcorn Co. by B&B Studio, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Packaging design by UK based B&B Studio for The London Popcorn Co.

The London Crisp Co., a hand cooked British crisp brand available in local pubs throughout the capital, has expanded to include popcorn. Local graphic design studio and packaging specialists B&B Studio returned to the project that they help establish the visual language for. This time, introducing anthropomorphised animals inspired by what the studio describe as modern London tribes, and include yummy mummies, Hoxton hipsters, hi-vis vesters and city slickers. Popcorn and crisps share a similar collage aesthetic but popcorn features fewer images and more colour coverage across pack.

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Barro de Cobre by Savvy, Mexico

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding and packaging by Mexican design studio Savvy for twice distilled mezcal Barro de Cobre

Barro de Cobre is a mezcal from Oaxaca, Southern Mexico, distilled twice; once using a clay pot and the second in copper. It is a unique process that takes time, but produces a strong yet smooth, clear but earthy character. The name Barro de Cobre, Copper Clay roughly translated, is an expression of this process, which also goes on to inform brand identity and packaging, created by graphic design studio Savvy.

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