Looma’s Cakes contacted Fresco Creative to design them a product brochure that showcased their gourmet cakes, macarons and tarts in an eye-catching final piece of work that focused on the imagery as the (mouthwatering) hero!
Satipharm (MMJ PhytoTech), a high-quality Swiss pharmaceutical company approached Fresco wanting a new box design for their CBD capsules. The focus of the brief was to steer the design as far as possible away from preconcieved ideas about cannabis as a recreational drug and instead represent CBD as a quality-controlled, pharma-grade product.
Source Lighting (Tek Products) came to Fresco requesting a packaging design for their LED Oyster Downlight. They required various sizes, Small Medium and Large to suit different sized lights.
Fresco Creative was approached by Arcadian Meat Co. to assist them with rolling out some packaging designs for their sub-brand Borrowdale Free Range Pork. We worked with their established brand guidelines and their production factory to prepare and test various packaging designs for their premium, FMCG pork products.
We have since created a full style guide for the Gooralie brand, wholesale butcher stickers, insert labels and a set of recipe cards in the new aesthetic style.
Launched in 2003, Gossips quickly became Australia’s fastest growing wine under $7. As the popularity of Gossips grew, Warburn Estate, the parent company, approached Fresco to help react to store-specific feedback (like Dan Murphys) and roll out their design requests in record time.
With a strong focus by Fresco on reflecting Harris Farm’s unique selling point, a strong consistent brand identity has been established, successfully raising HFM’s profile. We arranged the media buying for all their press ads in newspapers and magazines, with the capability of sending out artwork for numerous ads daily.
Souly Foods came to Fresco seeking a simple, uniquely Mexican design. They asked for a modern yet slightly grungy packaging approach for their authentic, healthy Mexican guacamole product that would stand out in high-end delis and grocery stores. We created the logo to start with. During the research phase of this project we looked into ancient Mexican cultures including that of the Maya and Aztec civilizations. The chosen designs drew reference from ancient Mayan stone carvings depicting various phases of life – the illustration work was all hand done in the studio by our designers. The mottled black background on the packaging references the volcanic stone that features in Mexican cooking in objects like the mortar and pestle and so forth. We love creating conceptually meaningful and visually interesting packaging solutions like this example.
D’Italia Foods came to Fresco to design a packaging solution and create a logo and brand assets for their imported Italian Nougat (Torrone). After a period of research and strategy, we distilled our findings into a sophisticated, hand-drawn, quintessentially Italian logo and paired it with an eye-catching, contemporary box design.
The Choc Pot, brings a fun and playful twist to classic dessert favourites. The Choc Pot is a well loved dessert bar in Burwood, Chatswood, Rosebery, Canterbury and the Sydney CBD who make all their treats from scratch and use only the best ingredients. They came to Fresco and asked […]