Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Eyeko

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Designed by R Design | Country: United Kingdom

“Our brief was to establish Eyeko as a more premium specialist, sophisticated brand while still retaining pretty London meets quirky Tokyo look.

By creating the Eyeko shield it enabled us to communicate their brand personality consistently across all media. Using unusual colour combinations helped the brand stand out from it competitors.

We also worked together with the Eyeko team to create a shield as a functional tool that can be used to protect the eyelid from smudges when applying mascara.

We have been heavily involved in all aspects of the business designing their brand identity, packaging, tone of voice, corporate identity, point of purchase and their website.”

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Designed by R Design | Country: United Kingdom

“Our brief was to establish Eyeko as a more premium specialist, sophisticated brand while still retaining pretty London meets quirky Tokyo look.

By creating the Eyeko shield it enabled us to communicate their brand personality consistently across all media. Using unusual colour combinations helped the brand stand out from it competitors.

We also worked together with the Eyeko team to create a shield as a functional tool that can be used to protect the eyelid from smudges when applying mascara.

We have been heavily involved in all aspects of the business designing their brand identity, packaging, tone of voice, corporate identity, point of purchase and their website.”

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