Sami-s-Usami | Pearlfisher | The Dieline
Sami-s-Usami is a new game-changing brand that will revolutionize the Russian baby-food market. Pearlfisher developed the brand strategy from concept to final execution, this included a portfolio architecture, naming, art direction, identity, packaging, and web design.
Marou for AirFrance | Rice Creative | The Dieline
Air France approach Marou Chocolate to create a specially designed Marou chocolate bar for their annual charity gala. Designed by Rice Creative, the charity gala’s theme was based on the idea of “celebrating from Paris to Saigon”.
Lambertville Trading Company Chocolate Bars | Physical Pixel / Jacob Stephens | UnderConsideration
Looking to expand their specialty offerings, I worked with Lambertville Trading Company to create a new product that incorporated two varieties of their delicious coffee with chocolate from Bucks County, Pennsylvania’s Naked Chocolate. Influenced by the historical use of LTC’s location as a pharmacy/soda fountain in the late 1800s, my goal was to make these chocolates feel special, considered, and unique, and in keeping, each bar is made by hand in small batches and individually wrapped.
The chocolate is available in two styles, a 38% milk with a light roasted coffee and a 72% dark with a dark roasted coffee, each lending their unique flavor characteristics to the bars.
Jameson Reveals St. Patrick’s Day Limited Edition Bottle | Jameson | The Dieline
Jameson, the world’s favorite Irish whiskey, is celebrating its rich Irish heritage ahead of St. Patrick’s Day with the release of a new Limited Edition design for its iconic bottle, inspired by the sights, sounds and atmosphere of its hometown, Dublin.
Dave the Cake | Shed Brand Innovation | The Dieline
Designed by Shed Brand Innovation, Dave the Cake’s packaging seeks to bring accessible French desserts to all walks of life. Hailing from Birmingham, England, this line of confectionary treats is a celebration of all things dessert!
BarrettsRidge Beer Bread | Carine Nguz | The Dieline
Carine Nguz wanted to create packaging that doesn’t feel mass-produced, that evokes wholesome home-baked goodness and a fresh twist on heritage. The bags are hand-sewn, and a hand-stitched folded leaflet indicates the flavors. Cooking instructions are revealed when one pulls down the paper tab. Carine Nguz chose to print on the locally-produced Masuga paper, which is chlorine-free and made with 90% sugar cane waste.
Barrels and Drums | Neumeister | The Dieline
Neumeister designed a new line of alcohol-free-wine for Barrels and Drums. Using the idea of distant lands as inspiration, the bottle labels celebrate the appearance of a language spoken by “Olde World” trading companies of the 18th and 19th centuries.
Ballard Extracts | David Cole Creative | The Dieline
Ballard Extracts set out to change the image of an entire category. These small-batch, handmade products are intended to excite consumers and spark their imagination. David Cole Creative strived to elevate these products from “just another ingredient” to the centerpiece of a creative cooking experience. Using a bold, uniquely-shaped bottle with a heavy base was the first step in conveying quality to a consumer. The design aesthetic is derived from a synthesis of old and new with classic and modern.