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Eszti Varga    |    http://behance.net/eszterzsofivarga

"When I started to design packaging of Paprika I considered several ways, because I wanted to avoid the packaging style from the grocery shops and I wanted to make something special. The emblem has a classy, illustrative way because I think it expresses the tradition of Paprika in Hungary and in typography I used a ligature which form is familiar with the shape of Paprika. "

Eszti is a graphic designer based in London, United Kingdom. She is focused on graphic design, branding, packaging and typography.

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8 Jul

Charlotte Smith    |    http://charlottesmith.fr

"Paper Food is a self Initiated 3D paper project."

Charlotte is a freelance graphic designer, currently based in Paris, France. She loves anything to do with type or handlettering. Flowers and pastel colours are alos a bit hit with her. She is focused on graphic design, typography, illustration and crafts.

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7 Jul

Dot Dash     |    http://thisisdotdash.com

"We designed the identity and art directed promotional images for a new bakery opening up in Broadway Market, London."

Dot Dash specializes in identity design, print, editorial, environmental, web, packaging and art direction. Combining traditional design values with modern conceptual thinking we strive to add real value to the businesses and organisations we work with. Approaching each project with a passion that takes both our clients and ourselves, on a creative journey to deliver truly impactful visual solutions. Above all, we believe that great design comes from curious minds, collaboration and creativity.

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20 Jun

Nada Packaging by Eve Warren and Thomas Squire

Nada isn’t just a brand for healthy food, but a brand that communicates through fashion, beauty, well being and body confidence. These core values reflect across the brands packaging and visual identity, through the use of minimalism contrasting with an array of bright and geometrical patterns. Minimalism has been applied to the lid of the packaging, which represent the products value of innocence, health and well being. The patterns that have been applied to the container symbolises fashion, beauty, the fusion of flavours and various pasta / noodle shapes.

The Nada brand is an adaptive and flexible identity which is built upon a bespoke typeface which instills and encompasses our brand aesthetic and brand manifesto. The typography consists of 8 individual typefaces which when used dynamically build an adaptive brand identity. The logo mark has a static variant, this acts as the primary logo mark. However the brand is built upon the logo changing across products ranges and product types.

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11 May