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Student Work – Daran Brossard

Updated on December 9th, 2010  |  
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Student Work - Daran Brossard

Designed by Daran Brossard | Country: United States

“Guerro’s Carrots started as a faceless yet tasty jar of pickled vegetables with only an idea for a name. Now, after combining old world flavors with new world presentation, Guerro’s offers the traditional Hispanic kitchen to an American audience in ways they’re familiar with, including a tight identity and refined presentation These spicy carrots have the colorful attitude to match their look: bold and fiery with a hint of cheek, Guerro’s  spicy carrots pair well with a light cerveza or chilled tequila—hold the lime.”

Student Work - Daran Brossard

Student Work - Daran Brossard

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Designed by Daran Brossard | Country: United States

“Guerro’s Carrots started as a faceless yet tasty jar of pickled vegetables with only an idea for a name. Now, after combining old world flavors with new world presentation, Guerro’s offers the traditional Hispanic kitchen to an American audience in ways they’re familiar with, including a tight identity and refined presentation These spicy carrots have the colorful attitude to match their look: bold and fiery with a hint of cheek, Guerro’s  spicy carrots pair well with a light cerveza or chilled tequila—hold the lime.”

Student Work - Daran Brossard

Student Work - Daran Brossard

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