Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Eerst Hulp Van Schulp

Updated on March 3rd, 2014  |  
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Eerst Hulp Van Schulp

Designed by PROUDdesign | Country: The Netherlands

“Based on the growing interest in healthy foods, Schulp asked PROUDdesign to develop a design concept for their 100% pure and organic fruit and vegetable juices. So far these juices were integrated in the general fruit juice range, and as such not distinctive enough to attract attention.  The design concept should clearly reflect the healing strength of nature thanks to 100% pure, organic juices.”

Eerst Hulp Van Schulp

“The agency created ‘Eerst Hulp Van Schulp’ (literally: first aid from Schulp). So you instantly recognize that these juices are here to support your health.”

Eerst Hulp Van Schulp

“Simple, strong photography of the fruits and vegetables are covered by a strong, iconic graphic health symbol, the cross. The variant names are all in red, using a stencil/crate letter with their Latin, scientific names underneath. The matte paper labels on the bottles are black for strong contrast with the photography and to blend in with the dark juices. The red cap is there to signal ‘watch out’.”

Eerst Hulp Van Schulp

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Eerst Hulp Van Schulp

Designed by PROUDdesign | Country: The Netherlands

“Based on the growing interest in healthy foods, Schulp asked PROUDdesign to develop a design concept for their 100% pure and organic fruit and vegetable juices. So far these juices were integrated in the general fruit juice range, and as such not distinctive enough to attract attention.  The design concept should clearly reflect the healing strength of nature thanks to 100% pure, organic juices.”

Eerst Hulp Van Schulp

“The agency created ‘Eerst Hulp Van Schulp’ (literally: first aid from Schulp). So you instantly recognize that these juices are here to support your health.”

Eerst Hulp Van Schulp

“Simple, strong photography of the fruits and vegetables are covered by a strong, iconic graphic health symbol, the cross. The variant names are all in red, using a stencil/crate letter with their Latin, scientific names underneath. The matte paper labels on the bottles are black for strong contrast with the photography and to blend in with the dark juices. The red cap is there to signal ‘watch out’.”

Eerst Hulp Van Schulp

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