Inhouse creates a refined identity for drikolor
They collaborate with designers and retail paint brands, giving them the opportunity to create ranges of colored granulatums using Drikolor's system. Their innovative approach called for an identity and brand strategy that reflects both their aesthetic quality and technological prowess. To accomplish that, Drikolor worked with New Zealand-based design studio Inhouse. Inhouse created a simple, refined textual logotype, marked by simple geometrical shapes.
As color plays an integral part in drikolor's business, the brand identity serves as a neutral backdrop for the pops of color prevalent on drikolor's goods. Inhouse also worked on communication strategy, creating similarly minimal and effective pieces of design.
The bespoke bottle designed by Jamie McLellan is made from non-petrochemical plastic. It comes in three sizes, each utilising the same neck form and closure, serving as a cornerpoint of visual coherence.
Find out more about drikolor and Inhouse at their respective websites. Identity , Inhouse , drikolor , packaging
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