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Amatller Chocolate Flower Boxes
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Amatller Chocolate Flower Boxes

Even though it is new, this graphic is inspired by the visual legacy of the brand. The great appeal of a vintage image, rich and well cared for, is ideal for products that are exponents of the social role of chocolate as a gift, for example when they take the form of filled chocolates.

This is the case with the varieties of Amatller's filled chocolates called 'Flors' (flowers). The vertical cases in different colours depending on the variety are an interesting and different alternative to the classic boxes of chocolates and there is no doubt that they will attract attention.


Amatller, Packaging

La Granja, special range with fruit and vegetables
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La Granja, special range with fruit and vegetables

It is known that it is important to include fruit and vegetables in our diet, a source of many vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants, specially amongst the younger generation. What happens is that they are not taken as often as is desirable. Then, why not make them more attractive? With this in mind, La Granja in collaboration with the Alicia Foundation, an organization that promotes the improvement of eating habits, formulated three varieties of mini muffins that incorporate fruit, vegetables and also yoghurt. The cardboard on the transparent bags of La Granja, a presentation that is already an important asset of the brand's image, become in a very original way three characters that give the range a personal profile.


La Granja, Packaging

Belle Joséphine, a rum of Martinica

Belle Joséphine, a rum of Martinica

Whereas Napoleon had a famous cognac named after him, his wife, the Empress Josephine could rightfully claim her own rum as well, since she was born on the island of Martinique in the French Antilles into a family of landowners with sugar cane plantations. This narrative has allowed us to display an elegant period style label that promises rum of unquestionable superior quality.

This design is part of the series of labels created for UPM Raflatac as samples for the Labelexpo fair.


UPM Raflatac, Packaging

Torres vegan snacks range
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Torres vegan snacks range

In this range of 4 bags of snacks, aspects not always simultaneous are combined. On the one hand, only natural vegan ingredients are used including, in addition to different legumes, many of those today called "superfoods" such as different quinoas, chia or amaranth. On the other hand, it has been wanted that the fact that the products provide nutritional benefits is not detrimental to the pleasure of eating them: that they are snacks as good as they are crunchy and addictive.

Getting a great flavor is always a mandatory requirement in Torres snacks, as shown by other ranges such as the gourmet varieties of chips with real black truffle or caviar. For this reason, in addition to highlighting the Torres brand, it has been wanted to maintain the identification of its clean, white bags, with the new element of the photographic strip showing the different shapes of the snacks along with the ingredients.


Torres Snacks, Packaging

GoldenBridge, Muesli Crujiente range

GoldenBridge, Muesli Crujiente range

Design of a new range of 3 varieties of muesli under the GoldenBridge brand name.

The GoldenBridge range of muesli varieties was already extensive, but this new range was to be included because its characteristics fitted in better with the majority of local tastes. We therefore proposed to name it “Muesli Crujiente” (Crispy Muesli) to highlight this particular feature.

The two GoldenBridge muesli ranges share an imagery of natural tradition. The design of their boxes presents a front part with an overhead photo shot of the bowl with the product and milk. In the case of the “Muesli Crujiente” line, the intense tones of the image highlight the wooden texture on which the bowl is resting, like that of a table that has become cracked over the years, with the evocative ingredients of each variety around it. The personal character of the specific calligraphy, created for the name of the range and each variety, completes the perception of a product with traditional, artisan roots, which provides all the quality of simple, healthy and natural ingredients.


GoldenBridge, Packaging

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