Posts Tagged ‘packaging design’

KOOL10622 EDM V2

A whole new direction and image Australia’s leading hand-stamped jewellery brand
Truly Deeply helped Koolman to stand out, take leadership position in hand-stamped jewellery and build a powerful connection with their audience.
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TOM Organics on Supermarket

Truly Deeply’s new brand image and packaging helps feminine hygiene brand TOM expand their distribution into Woolworths, Coles and Chemist Warehouse.

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Wolf in the kitchen header

Working with Lake House Founder and food guru Alla Wolf-Tasker and her daughter, Lake House marketer Larissa Wolf-Tasker, we cooked up a tasty brand, name and packaging design for their new range of produce.

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reSparkle Bottles

Australian made and owned, reSparkle is Australia’s first range of cleaning products that are 100% natural, safe and chemical free. reSparkle was founded on the belief that ‘going green’ shouldn’t mean that you should have to compromise on cleaning quality.

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Chemmart Signage

Chemmart is the leading Pharmacy retail Group in Australia with over 130 stores. Truly Deeply worked with Chemmart over several years to transform the positioning of this retail brand.

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EO Easter

Engaging Event Communications Design. The Entrepreneurs Organisation (EO) is a global business organisation of around 8,000 owners of fast growth businesses. The Melbourne chapter runs a number of learning and social events each year for their members.

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Mamma Lucia Cheese

An Italian Cheese Story. Our initial brief for this project was to develop an Italian story for a range of seven Italian style cheese SKUs. The brand name (now long forgotten) was unremarkable (I mentioned it was long forgotten) with a slight Eastern European feel.

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Truly Deeply Self Promotion Christmas Gift

2008 was a rocky year, the global financial crisis was on everyone lips. So, for our client christmas present we wanted a gift that would offer a little hit of hope and sweetness in tough times, and chocolate cheers everyone up.

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