Schepps is a Texas dairy founded in 1942 with only a single truck and filling machine, today it has grown to become one of the largest dairies in the US producing over 6 million gallons of milk a month. As part of an effort to diversify their range Schepps approached designer Michael Garrett to brand and package a new infusion line that would deliver a more sophisticated proposition to the market.
Swiss Plus is a range of yoghurt products from manufacturer Emmi. As part of a re-brand, London based Studio h created a new simpler packaging solution that avoids the usual clichés and utilises a straightforward illustrative style for the UK market.
HEMA is an international retailer established in 1926 with over 400 shops across the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxumberg and Germany. HEMA typically sells own brand products across a variety of categories including clothing, food, gardening tools, office supplies and homeware. Studio Kluif has been involved in the branding and packaging of these products since 2002 and designed this year’s new range titled ‘Grow Your Own’ that blends illustration and photography to deliver a functional and aspiring pack design.