Hiro is an imported Japanese Sake that blends traditional and modern aesthetic styles with a compelling true story of samurai Hiroeman Takeda. New York based design agency Monday Collective was tasked with creating an identity and packaging solution that would convey the products high quality and position as the first premium saki product introduced onto the US market.
Great British Chefs is an application that gives its users access to videos, cooking tips and shopping lists from a range of customisable menus built from over 180 dishes created by twelve of Britain’s top chefs. The apps identity, designed by London based studio Hat-trick is a series of ‘C’ shaped logo-marks created from kitchen implements that resolve the ideas of simplicity, speed, collaboration and accessibility.
Inspired by the English poet Ted Hughes (who famously wrote a poem on a Tunnocks confectionery wrapper), WrapperRhymes provides an on-line platform for aspiring ‘wrapper poets’ to send in their work, have it photographed and featured on the website. To visualise this concept, Glasgow based studio Effektive, now Freytag Anderson, designed a modern and geometric identity that captures the simplicity of the wrapper and the aesthetic of the printed word.