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Fever-Tree by B&B Studio, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Package design by London based B&B Studio for premium natural tonic and soft drink mixer brand Fever-Tree

Responding to the continued and widespread use of preservatives, artificial sweeteners and cheap aromatics, Charles Rolls and Tim Warrillow combined their experience of the beverage and luxury food industries to develop a tonic made from natural high quality ingredients. Since its launch in 2005, under the brand Fever-Tree—the colloquial name for the cinchona tree, source of quinine, a key ingredient in tonic—the range has grown year on year and now includes a variety of soft drink mixers alongside its tonic waters.

Experiencing growth and critical acclaim, Fever-Tree worked with London based B&B Studio to refresh its package design and secure a prouder more contemporary aesthetic more in line with its premium positioning. The studio’s approach is a sensitive revision, replacing type, improving colour and addressing proportion alongside a more proprietary logotype treatment.

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Nongfu Spring Mineral Water by Horse, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Illustrative package design by London based Horse for Chinese mineral water brand Nongfu.

Nongfu Spring is a bottled mineral water brand and a leading Chinese beverage business. Nongfu worked with British design studio Horse to develop a new package design treatment that, using labels illustrated by designer Brett Ryder and a distinctive structural design with a slim profile and proprietary leak-free sports cap, would engage the youth market.

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Aspall designed by NB Studio

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Logo and logotype design by NB Studio for British cyder maker Aspall

Aspall is a British family run cyder maker with a significant history, now into its eight generation and third century. In response to increased competition from both the Cyder and Vinegar categories, Aspall recently worked with NB Studio to help reinvigorate and re-craft its brand identity. This included new logo and packaging treatments for retail and trade as well as website, point of sale and livery design. Drawing on Aspall’s rich history and archive of documents, records, old marks, motifs and photographs, NB Studio looked to connect the new design to the past and capture the unique quirks and eccentricities of the business, and the family members that have had a hand in running it.

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