Last week Tala was at Exclusively Housewares showing off our new point of sale merchandising design to the buyers. From all accounts it’s gone down a storm with displays for the cook’s measure, cake decorating equipment and a giant tiered cake stand for all things baking related. We purposefully used a bold red and cream which complements but doesn’t clash with the two different Tala fifties and sixties packaging styles. In addition there’s a range of information leaflets that reinforce the Tala brand heritage and a universal leaflet stand.[read more]
Another June another Treasure exhibition at Somerset House with graphics by Broadbase. This year we chose a vivid Emerald green that looked fabulous across logo, signage and brochure. The jewellery fans flocked to last night’s opening party and we breathed another huge sigh of relief. There’s now 3 days to get your fix on all all things sparkly. Warning! Jewellery is seriously addictive. www.treasureuk.com
When you next get a bouquet from Jane Packer Delivered it will include this little leaflet full of tips on making your flowers survive longer. This tiny concertina piece covers everything from removing pollen with sticky tape to plunging hydrangea heads into water to refresh. Design by Broadbase.
Broadbase have designed the branding for our friends at East London Design Show’s new shop at super cool Broadway Market. Featuring all their favourite designers and a whole lot more The East London Design Store is a fab place to shop for cool gifts, home and jewellery. It’s literally just opened its doors and we can’t wait to see how plans for special events and shopping evenings unfold.
When Tala decided to reintroduce enamelware into their product range they wanted to shout about its authenticity and heritage. We came up with a typographic label design that has a Victorian playbill feel to it and which allows us to list all of the product’s qualities in an eclectic and charming way. We revived a much earlier version of the Tala logo and we made ‘Manufactured in England’, ‘Pressed in Oldham’ and ‘Enamelled in Birmingham’ part of the title to emphasise the provenance.[read more]