Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Colonial Luv It!

Updated on December 6th, 2011  |  
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Colonial Luv It!

Designed by Curious | Country: New Zealand

“Curious can never be accused of churning out design like a sausage factory, but in this particular case we have created a packaging range for not only the sausage factory-but the bacon and ham factory as well!

Our client, Colonial, already had a strong presence in the premium quality, small goods category. However they recognised an opportunity to launch a range of products that were more accessible and affordable. The brief was to come up with a design that talked to the consumer in a straightforward way, but that also exuded a high degree of personality.

The use of New Zealand colloquialisms and informal typography achieved the desired result in an entertaining way. Luv it!”

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Colonial Luv It!

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Colonial Luv It!

Designed by Curious | Country: New Zealand

“Curious can never be accused of churning out design like a sausage factory, but in this particular case we have created a packaging range for not only the sausage factory-but the bacon and ham factory as well!

Our client, Colonial, already had a strong presence in the premium quality, small goods category. However they recognised an opportunity to launch a range of products that were more accessible and affordable. The brief was to come up with a design that talked to the consumer in a straightforward way, but that also exuded a high degree of personality.

The use of New Zealand colloquialisms and informal typography achieved the desired result in an entertaining way. Luv it!”

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