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Honey label

  • 63 Submissions
  • Saved by 358 users
  • Est. completion time: 11 days

Project overview:

‘Henry’s Honey’ is a premium British company that pride themselves on producing luxury, organic honey; it’s the best quality stuff on the market today. They are looking for a passionate designer to create a brand new logo and label design that represents the high-end, pure honey that ‘Henry’s’ produce. The design will need to intrigue customers and stand out on the shelf. The client is really keen on keeping the label clean and modern, with a ‘less-is-more’ approach; only include essential elements.

Consider imagery and typography in your design. Maybe create a small illustration of a bee, a hive, or a field to represent the organic nature of the product. Experiment with different techniques in the design stage; try using paints, pens, inks and other materials to help give you a variety of textures and aesthetics to work with.

As this is a brand and label project, you’ll need to initially work on your main brand concept, before getting started with the label artwork. The client hasn’t specified what style of typography or which images you should use, and so you’ll need to experiment with plenty of concepts loosely and then 2 or 3 further; which is feeling best? After you have the brand nailed, start incorporating the brand into a strong, clean and easily digestible label design.

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Deliverables required

  • 1 final logo
  • Alternative version of the logo
  • Icon to represent the brand
  • Honey jar - label mock-up
  • Remember if multiple deliverables are required you can add attachments to your submissions when you have completed the brief.

Timescales and deadlines

Overall this project should take around eleven days to complete, which is a nice length of time so you have a chance to explore a few routes. We would advise spending the first two days working on moodboarding and some initial sketches. The rest of time can then be spent working on the branding for the company name and multiple label options. Remember, one of the deliverables here is to include a full mock-up of the honey jar. You’ll need to dedicate the time to ensure the client gets a good impression of how it will look once printed.

63 Submissions to this brief

Submit Design
Peter Young
benny saiz
benny saiz
Alana M PREMIUM
LJ Liz Jones
Chris Go PREMIUM
Kirsty Hitchen
Chris Go PREMIUM
SHAHED ALI PREMIUM
SHAHED ALI PREMIUM
Matt Hartley PREMIUM
EM Eve Meyerowitz
Scott J.
Jade Hamilton
SE Scott Elliott
MS MONIKA STACHOWIAK
MH Michael Habat
LW Lok Tung Wong
SH Symone Hinds
JG Jessica Gwilym
HG Hollie Girolami
SM Sofi Marika
Megan Brown
RS Ria Shah
RS Ria Shah
JH James Harrington
JL Jessi LeDonne
Sara Cerqueira
Lydia Gosling
Romina Militante
AB Austin Broussard
MT Mike Truong
Emma Colleen
Helen Taylor
AO Aoife
SH Sherrelle
Patrick Huck
Alana M PREMIUM
Chloe Chapman
Chloe Chapman
Raul J Matos
MC Matt Cocks
CH Chia Zhao Hui
Christina Redd
Lauren Eckman
SA Sam
Anita Dafalla
RO Richard O'Connor
AS Amar Singha
JI James Ingleton
Amy Rose
Amy Rose
Darcy McDonald
RM Robert Joseph Manning
Amy Rose
LT Lucia Troncoso
JH Jessie Norvis Hampton
SO Steven Olson
Julen Aranguren Valluerca
John N.
Shahira Allen
Beth Law
AB Alexander Bew

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