Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
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Scandilicious

Updated on March 17th, 2014  |  
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Scandilicious

Designed by Paone Creative | Country: Canada

“No bakery experience is complete without wafting aromas of fresh brewed coffee. Paone Creative was happy to create a unique and versatile coffee bag. The bag had to amplify the visuals established for this Vancouver restaurant branding project. A ribbon pattern was made using the colours of the Scandinavian flag. The ribbon wraps around the bag just like a parcel or a gift – it’s all wrapped up and ready for you to give. Scandilicious sells specialty blends of coffee in small batches. For economical purposes the bag was designed to be generic and a sticker is used to identify with the different bean types.”

Scandilicious

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Scandilicious

Designed by Paone Creative | Country: Canada

“No bakery experience is complete without wafting aromas of fresh brewed coffee. Paone Creative was happy to create a unique and versatile coffee bag. The bag had to amplify the visuals established for this Vancouver restaurant branding project. A ribbon pattern was made using the colours of the Scandinavian flag. The ribbon wraps around the bag just like a parcel or a gift – it’s all wrapped up and ready for you to give. Scandilicious sells specialty blends of coffee in small batches. For economical purposes the bag was designed to be generic and a sticker is used to identify with the different bean types.”

Scandilicious

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