Work and Company is excited to announce the new Packaging Unboxd brand Identity design. We work closely with Evelio Mattos the founder of Packaging Unboxd to help create a bold iconic identity. Work and Company helped rename the brand and created a custom designed type logo and iconic identity system inspired by the printing process and the idea of play.
The Packaging Unboxd Podcast is the highest rated educational packaging podcast bringing together experts, educators, students, designers, and brands.
The logo takes inspiration from the shapes of a packaging die-line. Childhood memories of construction paper are reflected in the brand’s primary color palette.
Packaging Unboxd podcast’s focus on education and discovery inspired the building block-esque lock-up that yields endless possibilities of form and color. As the brand continues to evolve this design allows Packaging Unboxd to grow in their educational journey.
Strategically, this brand is all about the playful process of design, creativity, exploration and making learning about packaging fun.
Work and Company is a collective of highly specialized creative professionals that help startups and small businesses with brand solutions that they would normally not have access to. Team members come from all forms of creative fields, ranging from design, project management, copywriting, naming, strategy, illustration and production.If you have a brand that needs creative help consider Work and Company as a branding resource. If you have any questions or would like to see more WORK please get in-touch
- Agency/Creative: Work and Company
- Article Title: Work and Company Creates Brand Identity Design for Packaging Unboxd
- Organisation/Entity: Agency
- Project Type: Identity
- Project Status: Published
- Agency/Creative Country: United States
- Agency/Creative City: New York
- Market Region: Global
- Project Deliverables: Brand Design, Brand Identity, Brand Redesign, Identity System, Lettering, Logo Design
- Industry: Education
- Keywords: packaging, podcast, education, interviews, learning
Creative Design Director: Gene Portnoy