Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Sweet Syrupy Talk

Updated on June 20th, 2012  |  
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Sweet Syrupy Talk

Designed by F26 Studio | Country: Russia

“F26 Studio has freshly developed a new line of packaging for the Russian foods producer Miller & Miller. The new line of syrups consists of 17 flavours, with more than 20 to come until the end of the year.

The concept behind our new production is based on the beauty of the English phrasing and on these special emotions one shares through savouring a certain syrup. Our best tongues have  tested and summoned up their inspirations in the shape of written symbols. The common impact of this design is straightforward with a curly look. Roll it on the tip of your tongue to sweeten your senses. Enjoy.”

Sweet Syrupy Talk

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Sweet Syrupy Talk

Designed by F26 Studio | Country: Russia

“F26 Studio has freshly developed a new line of packaging for the Russian foods producer Miller & Miller. The new line of syrups consists of 17 flavours, with more than 20 to come until the end of the year.

The concept behind our new production is based on the beauty of the English phrasing and on these special emotions one shares through savouring a certain syrup. Our best tongues have  tested and summoned up their inspirations in the shape of written symbols. The common impact of this design is straightforward with a curly look. Roll it on the tip of your tongue to sweeten your senses. Enjoy.”

Sweet Syrupy Talk

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