Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Kent Brushes

Updated on January 13th, 2011  |  
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Kent Brushes

Designed by Kent | Country: United Kingdom

“Kent is the world’s oldest brush manufacturer, and luckily seen by most as the world as the finest brush makers. We have been making our products for 234 years (founded in 1777!). We sell our brushes globally and employ about 28 staff.

One of our ranges is called ‘FINEST’ – these brushes range from £20-£45 and are all hand finished wooden brushes. The current pack had many issues that desperately needed addressing, they were hard to open, they were susceptible to tearing and damage, it was hard for customers to identify which brushes were for men and which brushes were for women, they were a nightmare to construct, in some cases the company logo was wrong, the list goes on…”

We are honoured to exclusively showcase this great work from a company with such pedigree on Lovely Package.

Kent Brushes

Kent Brushes

Kent Brushes

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Kent Brushes

Designed by Kent | Country: United Kingdom

“Kent is the world’s oldest brush manufacturer, and luckily seen by most as the world as the finest brush makers. We have been making our products for 234 years (founded in 1777!). We sell our brushes globally and employ about 28 staff.

One of our ranges is called ‘FINEST’ – these brushes range from £20-£45 and are all hand finished wooden brushes. The current pack had many issues that desperately needed addressing, they were hard to open, they were susceptible to tearing and damage, it was hard for customers to identify which brushes were for men and which brushes were for women, they were a nightmare to construct, in some cases the company logo was wrong, the list goes on…”

We are honoured to exclusively showcase this great work from a company with such pedigree on Lovely Package.

Kent Brushes

Kent Brushes

Kent Brushes

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