Packaging design for honey – Honey Providore wanted a sleek simple design for their jars, keeping their old logo and colour pops. They specifically suggested a transparent label and we agree – its best to look at the beautiful honey inside!
The brief was for an ultra modern look so we chose narrow typography and serif fonts. The overlapping hexagons at the side allow the colour ‘pops’ without making the design too busy. The overlap sticker shows quality of product and provides a neat way to include logos of product awarding bodies. The back presents the required nutrition and company information in a succinct way, and shows off the Australian product pride mark.
We like to present our packaging designs in well rendered 3d imagery so that clients can properly imagine their products on the shelves and in their customers’ hands.
These sweet little boxes perfectly fit the contents of your wedding favours and are custom cut by machine in our lab. They can be assembled by us or hand assembled DIY using no glue. Kestrel Handmade designed the box concept, the folding mechanism and the ribbon tie closure threading design – we produce simple but brilliant concepts like this every day and our design skills are available for your event or design situation too.
Well these brownies aren’t legal in the UK but we are an International company!! This crowd sourced project looked for a simple compact label to stick on their homemade night-time snacks so that they could be displayed in baskets on countertops . We loved the look of these treats, and loved working with the bear logo! There are many laws regulating what you must display on food packaging and we have to research these for the individual country – stay on the right side of the law!
We first worked with Precious Gem Candles via crowd sourcing when they chose our design for very pale, white, simple candle packaging. When they were ready for a revamp we embarked together on a huge project to re-skin and re-brand all their candles in a vibrant, happy, full-flavoured design. We also created some Christmas promotional images for their catalogues and produced computer-generated display images for the shop. Once we discovered they were planning to donate a lot of the profits to a stop-human-trafficking charity we gave them some further promotional work for free.