Packaging Designs for Marks and Spencer

Packaging Designs for Marks and Spencer from Freeland Design

By: Freeland Design  20/06/2012
Keywords: Graphic Design, Books, graphics

While at Top That! David worked in the packaging design team. Here he was responsible for putting together pitches for Tesco, Sainsbury’s, John Lewis, Next, Marks & Spencer and many more High street stores. This work would involve designing new concepts and redesigning existing ranges. David was also responsible for artworking projects and following individal design guidelines. The designs above show a repackaging idea for a mens lifestyle range using embossed tins with a card belly band.

Keywords: Books, Branding, Graphic Design, graphic designer, graphics, logo design, Print And Web Design, Print Industry, Suffolk

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