Basket is a family run business located in the Serbian village of Golubinci who produce baked, additive and preservative free foods, made by hand from whole-wheat flour. Replacing a local but rudimentary aesthetic with a more commercial and communicative resolution of design conventions, Peter Gregson, working in collaboration with illustrator Marijana Rotthat, utilised contrasting type, plenty of white space, certifications front of pack and a loose illustrative style to neatly convey authentic regional hand craft and high quality in a contemporary way.
Studio In have recently completed the rebranding and repackaging of Russian smoothie brand Be True. The new design solution rightfully drops the Innocent-esque sketch and similar bottle choice in favour of a coloured foil splash and crown logo executed across a textured paper and a plastic structural design with raised surface detail. This combination of paper, print and structure, a union typically seen in the spirit category where spend is higher, is fused with the established and communicative industry conventions of organic form, a well rendered script logotype, hand drawn illustrative detail, bright contemporary colour and energy – enhanced by plenty of white space – as well as a neat, playful, die cut tree element to effectively convey honesty, natural ingredients and premium quality with a more proprietary finish.
Shift is a Norwegian brand of high quality supplements from Vitalkost that aims to alter category convention and perception with a clearer and more open presentation of information and encourage a more critical consumer approach to supplement choice. Based around the concept of shifting perspectives, design agency Ghost developed an identity and packaging solution that delivers a new and unusual pharmacological / technological utility alongside more retrospective undertones to convey traditional values, contemporary quality and information accessibility.