Today I would like to introduce you to the stylish and minimalist packaging of Casa Bosques Chocolates by Mexican multidisciplinary designers, Savvy Studio. Casa Bosques is a creative platform that develops products of a permanent and sustainable nature by collaborating with experts in various disciplines who share this same philosophy. Casa Bosques Chocolates is the first project in the entity, a collaboration with the master chocolatier Jorge Llanderal. Twelve different editions will be produced, one every season. Casa Bosques’s first chocolate is made from pure Mexican cacao of the highest quality, and the second is made with pure Venezuelan cacao. The branding and package design from Savvy Studio is what really caught my eye though. The white packaging with a strong focus on beautifully fitting typography along with a hint of colour to differentiate the editions, successfully compliment these sophisticated artisan chocolates. Wonderful work.
All About Tea is an expert wholesale tea distributor based in Portsmouth, UK. They source their tea from remote regions, to bring the best of the worlds flavours to a large audience. Moving Brands were tasked with creating a new identity that would stand out. The identity needed to work effectively across their existing wholesale market, and enable them to grow into retail channels. It was also vital to communicate the founder’s passion for the art of tea. I like it very much, such a minimal and modern identity for a tea brand will clearly make a differentiation in store.
Chocolate Editions is a nifty little venture by Mary & Matt that has been inspired by everything from rugby shirts, works by Sol LeWitt and David Hockney, and Neapolitan ice cream. According to their website, Chocolate Editions is “a celebration of the candy bar as a perfect pop object” and for their products, they use “the highest quality ingredients and craft their chocolate bars in small, handmade batches”. I love the design of their primary bars, which are based on Sol LeWitt’s Wall Drawing #419 and “a little razzle dazzle”. They are available through their website for $5 a pop.