creative inspiration: artisan food shops

small, specialized food stores don’t have to skip out on big, fun identity & brand systems. these three examples use tags, stickers, string and printed wraps for multiple placements that really get their brand noticed.


the cheese shop

image: thedieline.com
image: thedieline.com

stamps, stickers, and printed wrappers—oh my! the cheese shop goes all out on letting onlookers know where you got your cheese! a very nice monochromatic use of type, simple design and copious touchpoints for a very complete suite. see more at thedieline.com.


the bread house

image: thedieline.com
image: thedieline.com

i really like the identity system of the bread house, using a simple mark that translates directly into packaging and versatile labels that allow for fresh products to be marked and dated. see more at thedieline.com


real food botanica

image: thedieline.com
image: thedieline.com

real food botanica is a deli with the concept of whole foods to go. a simple system of sustainable packaging and stickers for the type-forward brand placement, paired with craft paper identity materials. very sharp. see more at thedieline.com.

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