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Salvatierra designed by Anagrama

Packaging designed by Anagrama for Latin American premium goods exporter Salvatierra

Salvatierra specialises in the production and exportation of Latin American organic premium goods such as coffees and cookings oils to South Korea. The packaging for these ranges, developed by Anagrama, is an unusual mix of utility, provence and quality delivered through the typographic economy of a single condensed uppercase sans-serif, the use of plenty of unprinted space, flags, a contemporary mono-line weight logo, the flourish of neon coloured papers and the perceived luxury of a small gold foil detail.

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Bindle designed by Swear Words

Logo and copper block foil stationery design by Swear Words for Bindle

Established by Catherine Blackford in 2012, Bindle is an Australian mail-order, gift-box service that bundles handmade artisanal food, drink, home and kitchenware products for occasions and individuals under labels such as ‘A Bit On The Side’, ‘Breakfast In Bed’ and ‘For The Hostess’.

Drawing on the name bindle, a folded canvas sheet carried as a small sack over the shoulder with a stick, the service’s identity, developed by Swear Words, utilises a printed textile pattern across the tactile, earthy textures of an uncoated, unbleached material choice and a string tied detail across the boxes alongside the high quality of a copper foil treatment to, like their work for Crabapple Kitchen, provide a contemporary finish to traditional, communicative craft cues but infused with the underlying theme of travel that conveys the delivered nature of the service.

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Crabapple Kitchen designed by Swear Words

Logo design by Swear Words for Crabapple Kitchen

Located on Hawthorn’s Glenferrie Road, Victoria, Crabapple Kitchen is a ‘high-end café/wine bar’ with an ever-changing menu of simple, rustic and seasonal Italian, French and Spanish cuisine created from local produce and served in a ‘homely and light-hearted environment’ – derived from the French and Italian countryside – made up of ‘beautiful fabrics, French pantries, hanging copper pots, comfy banquettes and an open fireplace’.

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