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Soap Co. by Paul Belford Ltd, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Logo and package design by UK based graphic design studio Paul Balford Ltd. for luxury hand made soap business the Soap Co.

Soap Co. is a UK based social enterprise, luxury soap manufacturer and brand, that provides employment to people who are blind, disabled or disadvantaged. These individuals make up 70% of their team. All profits go back into the business to create and fund further job opportunities.

Soap Co. recently launched a range of luxury handmade soaps, hand washes and hand lotions, available as Black Poppy & Wild Fig, Citrus, and White Tea varieties, that feature a new brand identity and packaging design treatment by London based Paul Belford Ltd. The launch of this range, and its new design, coincides with a move from the local to the national market.

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Beanworks by Paul Belford Ltd, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Coffee packaging for roaster and supplier Beanworks designed by Paul Belford

Beanworks is a UK wholesale coffee roaster and supplier, coffee machine specialist and barista training school. It prepares its beans using a customised vintage Italian drum roasting machine that allow it to digitally monitor process, and produces a range of single and multi-origin coffee varieties. Although the roaster embraces contemporary artisanal coffee culture, when it comes to naming conventions it favours the utility of numbers, over a current preference for the quirky. This juxtaposition of artisanal practice and an element of wholesale utility makes its way into a packaging design and brand identity treatment developed by London based graphic design studio Paul Belford Ltd.

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Djurdjic Winery designed by Peter Gregson

Opinion by Richard Baird. Wine label and packaging with spot colour and silver foil detail by Peter Gregson for Serbian wine producer Djurdjic Winery.

Vinarija Đurđić is Serbian wine producer with vineyards on the west side of Sremski Karlovci with views of the Danube. Set-up in 2004 the winery is one of the youngest growers in the region. While describing itself as being unburdened by the generational history of many other wine businesses, it has embraced a traditional bench-grafting technique and growers principles that have their origins in early 20th century Italy, something that has secured Vinarija Đurđić both praise and criticism. These themes are brought to life across new wine labels created by Peter Gregson Studio.

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