Stephen Franklin was commissioned by the Ishimodo brand and design agency to develop the brand identity for LiteLiving, a 7-day detox program competing in the lemon detox FMCG space.
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Strive Protein Bar Packaging & POS
Design development and production of the Ferguson Nutrition range of Strive Protein Bars for the Ishimodo Brand and Design Agency. Included the design of the product shippers and development of in-store Point-of-Sale material.
TrimFast Brand and Packaging Design
Design, development and production of the TrimFast weight loss program brand and Meal Replacement Shake range, for the Ishimodo Brand design agency.
Tony Ferguson Classic Shake Starter Pack
Design development of the Tony Ferguson Classic Shake Starter Pack for the Ishimodo Brand and Design Agency.
TrimLife 1200 Meal Replacement Range
Production of the TrimLife 1200 Meal Replacement Range for the Ishimodo Brand and Design Agency. Included the design development and finished artwork of packaging for multiple variants, including shakes, bars, soups, and associated product shippers.
Slavutych Beer Artwork
Finished artwork for a Slavutych Beer bottle label based on design files created by LFH Brand Identity.
LaserMAX Brand Packaging
Creative direction and design development of the LaserMAX range of laser light retail products. Also included the development of the LaserMAX brand identity.
Terry White Chemists Rapid Shake Range
Design and rollout of the Terry White Chemists Rapid Shake Range for the Ishimodo Brand and Design Agency. Included the design development and finished artwork for five SKUs (Stock-Keeping Units) based on supplied design handover.
Tony Ferguson Product Range
Creative direction and design development for the Tony Ferguson range of calorie-controlled weight loss products. This involved designing and producing finished artwork for a range of packaging types from foil bags through to shrink wrapped bottles.
Dayco Australia Packaging Design
Design, layout and artwork for Dayco Australia’s product packaging. The packs were localised for the Australian market, and adjusted to suit packaging cutting forms provided by a local print supplier.