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Superseeds by B&B Studio, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

New packaging for Punch Food's Superseeds range designed by B&B Studio, United Kingdom

Superseeds is a range of flavoured seeds available in five varieties, all of which are 100% organic, gluten and dairy free. These include Chili Smoke, Maca Caramel and Japanese Tamari. It is the first product from UK health food business Punch Foods, which looks to balance artisanal practice with optimal nutrition and punchy flavour.

Taking their inspirations from the origins of each variety, and the punchy flavour that characterises the Punch Foods brand, London based graphic design studio and packaging specialist B&B Studio worked with the brand to developed a visual identity and packaging treatment for Superseeds. This replaces a tired and low-impact design with one of modernity and distinction—in form, colour and high contrast.

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Danish Selection by Kontrapunkt, Denmark

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Package design for fruit spread range Danish Selection by Kontrapunkt

Danish Selection is a new range of high-quality fruit spreads cut with alcohol. The range includes blackcurrant infused with Jamaican rum, orange with cognac and a wild blueberry variety with Scotch whiskey. Orkla, the company behind Danish Selection, worked with Copenhagen based graphic design studio Kontrapunkt to develop a packaging treatment that would clearly communicate this new concept to consumers. Kontrapunkt’s solution is characterised by a circular label of type, pastel colour and uncoated paper.

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The Marshmallowist by Veronica Lethorn

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding and packaging for The Marshmallowist by Veronica Lethorn

The Marshmallowist is an artisisanal marshmallow brand founded by Oonagh Simms, a pâtissier and chocolatier trained in Paris. She creates what are described as decadent and sophisticated flavour combinations, and sells these from her Portobello Market stall in London, at fashion events, festivals and shops internationally, including Selfridges and Harvey Nichols.

Scottish graphic designer Veronica Lethorn, who is currently based in Melbourne, worked with Oonagh Simms to rebrand The Marshmallowist. This extended to positioning, with a focus on the premium market, and included logotype, customised typography, photography, packaging, print communication and business cards, with window illustration, art direction and product photography by Eve Warren. Together, these were designed to convey a fun and adventurous personality.

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