This new range of boozy after dinner delights successfully combines real alcohol with luxurious ice cream. Focusing on the taste of bold cocktail favourites, Robot Food developed the brand name ‘Neon Penguin’ and a striking after-hours design to fit. The result is an identity and pack design that fuses indulgent adult cues, with a tongue in cheek playfulness that’s right on brand. Proof that dessert at home doesn’t have to be boring.
For families and friends wishing to get together, Leavetown are the destination experts that create the most unique and authentic vacation experiences. Unlike other vacation rental companies or hotels, Leavetown provides deep local insights, intimate customer service, generous terms and high-quality accommodations that are perfect for groups. Designed by TACN Studio.
Demarest is a unique film and television production company that also invests in technologies that create and deliver premium content across all mediums. They wanted to remove the “films” from their name and redesign their brand identity to better reflect their innovative business model. The name Demarest means “of the swamp” in french, which TRÜF Creative used to evoke a mysterious place where great ideas are born. The mark is composed of bisected circles that echo the letter “D”, creating an innovative wave pattern that’s full of motion and energy reminiscent of light refracting on dark water or ideas coming to life.
An environmentally conscious proposal for new fish packaging as part of ICON Magazine’s ‘rethink’ feature. Thirty-two per cent of the world’s fish are overfished, depleting, or recovering from depletion. If this continues, S-T are going to run out of fish in the next 50 years. So when ICON asked S-T to rethink something that we thought could be improved, they decided to focus on this issue. S-T created fish packaging labels with clear, detailed information on how fish was sourced – information that’s readily available online, but not immediately obvious on packaging. S-T also used a colour-coding system to provide further clarity and shelf presence. S-T‘s design promotes sustainably sourced fish, helping consumers make more informed choices, in turn driving down the unsustainable fishing trade.
Rebranding for Tohapi. Designed by Royalties.
Finchtail is a new company dedicated to (simple useful) things. Their first product is a cardboard tablet stand. Cheap to buy and sustainably made — in stark contrast to the sleek glass and metal technology that it’s designed to support. Believe In sought to explore this juxtaposition through the careful interplay of language, design, print and materials.
Every aspect of the brand experience reflects the strategy, and everything is delivered with precision and purpose. The marque is inspired by the tablet stand itself, while also connecting to ideas of travel, adventure and social living. Packaging is deliberately limited to black and white inks, while bright orange stock (inspired by the Finch’s plumage) plays beautifully with the neutrality of the kraft board, leveraging distinctiveness and colour association. Language stays focused on being informative and helpful, while always conveying a sense of humanity.
In addition to the brand and packaging, Believe In also created the marketing materials, including a (simple useful) website and launch video. Finchtail attracted immediate interest from a global travel company, plus a listing in the Design Museum’s shop (with an initial order that sold out in days).