Student: Young's Seafood
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Branding: Taylor's Ol' Fashion Meats by Jeff Rauch
I love this branding for Taylor's Ol' Fashion Meats, a high-end Los Angeles area butcher shop, by American graphic designer Jeff Rauch. The whole branding is based around the stamp that's reminisce...
Great Branding / Baker D. Chirico By Fabio Ongarato Design
A branding project that combines two of my favourite things – food and great design – with an amazing shopfit as well. What could be nicer on a Thursday? Txx Branding by Fabio Ongarato …
How to Wrap Your Sandwiches for Better Eating on the Go
After talking to a dozen experts about how to build the best sandwich, I decided it was high time I learned how to wrap them, too. Turns out it's crazy easy and crazy handy—with a few basic folds and turns, you'll have a sandwich that'll keep its shape and hold all your carefully arranged ingredients in place, whether you're going on a picnic, packing a lunch box, or taking a road trip.
Designed by Emily Myers, United Kingdom. Rebrand of Young’s Seafood, the UK’s leading branded producer and distributor of seafood. With the heritage and experience of over 200 years, they understand the importance of sustainability within their trade. The Figure 8 knot, a nautical stopper knot, gives implications of protection, strength and durability, reflecting the brand’s message. The tiled pattern of sea shanties, strong and repetitious work songs, accompany Young’s Seafood in their…
Alice Pattullo | Illustration
A Brighton graduate now working in East London, Alice is a collector of folklore, junk and all sorts of ephemera from the dusty history books of the British isles. She simultaneously works on commercial work alongside producing fine art prints which can be found at establishments such as the V&A and Liberty's no less. With research at the heart of her practice, her works are crammed with detail and authentic heritage.