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Olive & Sesame Oil designed by Lo Siento

Packaging with condensed sans-serif typography and gold tin for Olive & Sesame Oil designed by Lo Siento

Design agency Lo Siento have recently completed their packaging design work for Spanish olive oil producer Olis Bargalló‘s new Olive & Sesame variety.

Lo Siento’s use of condensed sans-serif typography, stacked vertically, and printed with a single black ink makes great use of the tall tin and its warm gold colour.

Typography, structural choice and straightforward language share a similar commercial kitchen utility and simplicity that suitably reflects Olis Bargalló’s relationship with professionals in gastronomy and commercial kitchens while the serif of the 18 and lighter sans-serif weights set horizontally offer contrast and temper the bold typography with a little detail. Although made up of few elements the solution effectively combines structure, colour and  typography in a way that appears bold and distinctive.

Packaging with condensed sans-serif typography and gold tin for Olive & Sesame Oil designed by Lo Siento

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Packaging with condensed sans-serif typography and gold tin for Olive & Sesame Oil designed by Lo Siento

Packaging with condensed sans-serif typography and gold tin for Olive & Sesame Oil designed by Lo Siento

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