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Student Work – Freddy Taylor

Updated on June 26th, 2011  |  
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Student Work - Freddy Taylor

Designed by Freddy Taylor | Country: United Kingdom

“Cullisse (meaning nook of the garden) is a brand new rapeseed oil from the highlands of Scotland. Gently cold pressed from seed grown by the Mackenzies of Cullisse on their farm, the rapeseed is then hand-bottled by Robert MacKenzie, one of the fourth generation to produce food at Cullisse.

Concept: Whilst avoiding Scottish clichés, try to create a contemporary brand that reflects the tradition and quality of Cullisse rapeseed oil, through hand-blown, glass bottles and unembellished typography.”

Student Work - Freddy Taylor

Student Work - Freddy Taylor

Student Work - Freddy Taylor

Student Work - Freddy Taylor

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Designed by Freddy Taylor | Country: United Kingdom

“Cullisse (meaning nook of the garden) is a brand new rapeseed oil from the highlands of Scotland. Gently cold pressed from seed grown by the Mackenzies of Cullisse on their farm, the rapeseed is then hand-bottled by Robert MacKenzie, one of the fourth generation to produce food at Cullisse.

Concept: Whilst avoiding Scottish clichés, try to create a contemporary brand that reflects the tradition and quality of Cullisse rapeseed oil, through hand-blown, glass bottles and unembellished typography.”

Student Work - Freddy Taylor

Student Work - Freddy Taylor

Student Work - Freddy Taylor

Student Work - Freddy Taylor

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