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Under Your Skin designed by Robot Food

Packaging with bright illustrative detail by Robot Food for tattoo care range Under Your Skin

Under Your Skin is a specialist tattoo and skin care range made up of three treatments; ‘Recover’, ‘Protect’ and ‘Enhance’, developed in response to skin art’s move from sub-culture to the mainstream.

Under Your Skin’s brand identity—which included a logotype, original illustrative work and packaging design, developed by Leeds-based Robot Food—was created to appeal to a broad audience, “from the newly marked” to “the most hardcore tattoo lover”, whilst staying “true to the culture and heritage of tattooing” says lead designer Mike Johns.

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Rhinoshield designed by Bravo

Brand identity and packaging by Bravo Company for high impact screen protector Rhinoshield

Rhinoshield is a smartphone and tablet screen protector—funded by a Kickstarter campaign created by Evolutivelabs—with a shock-damping layer that is able to withstand up to five times the impact energy of Gorilla Glass 2.

Developed by Bravo, Rhinoshield’s brand identity—which included a logo, logo-type and packaging combination—mixes the heavy industry aesthetic of a bold black and yellow colour palette, stencil cut letters and oversized typography with the resilience associated with crash test dummies, the research-based reliability of the iconography, lighter line weights and the photography across the website to achieve a solid mix of robustness and technology.

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Inspiral designed by Studio h

Logotype and packaging by Stduio h for organic raw food company Inspiral

Inspiral is a UK-based organic raw food company that produces a variety snacks, cakes and drinks. To reach a broader market, move on from a ‘hippy image’ whilst retaining their ‘cool credentials’, Inspiral recently commissioned Studio h to create a new brand identity and packaging system for their Crackits and Kale Chips ranges, among others, as well as developing assets that could be easily utilised across future lines.

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