Løgismose designed by Homework25 February,2014| Author:Richard Baird|Filed under:Food and Drink, Logo Reviews | Tags:Brand Identity, Brand Identity Design, Branding, Danish Design, Designed by Homework, Etched Illustration, Foil Blocking, Food Packaging, Logo Design & Branding Blog, Logo Designs, Packaging News, Sans-serif Logotypes, Silver Block Foil|
Løgismose is a Danish food company that produces and retails its own brand range of delicacies including wines, chocolates, cordials, olive oils and nuts.
The company’s brand identity and packaging, created by Homework, neatly juxtaposes the detail of historic, etched, illustrative stock depicting the company’s residence at Løgismose Castle, contrasts traditional serif flourish with a more recent sans-serif reduction, and utilises a silver foil print finish, plenty of unprinted space and the canvas texture of the brand values book, to resolve provenance, heritage and high quality with a contemporary restraint.
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