The aim with packaging design is to make your product stand out against the competition.
Creative thinking combined with close client relations enable a better understanding of the product and its market.
Kaydance by Kimberly Wyatt
This was our longest project to date taking nearly 2 years from the first drafts to the successful launch in October 2014. As Kimberly wanted the look and feel to be just right but had so many other commitments she was only able to give her feedback and guidance to the designs as and when she could.
The Female Boss by Tulisa
The design for this project came about before Tulisa was confirmed as an ‘X Factor’ judge. She wanted the look to appeal not only to her ‘N-Dubz’ fans but also to women who see her as a strong independent female, so we came up with two designs in one. The first was the main box which is in a classic gloss white, with the sides, TFB Logo and wording in metallic purple and silver. Secondly is a sleeve that sits over the box which incorporates Dappy, Fazer & Tulisa.
Shh... by Jade Goody
Here was a project that had a very tight deadline, as the client was making a tv programme about the up's and down's of creating your own fragrance. The perfume had to be ready and in the shops before the end of the tv series was shown. Left picture shows end product, right one is the Gift Set.