The London based branding agency Garden is excited to reveal the new packaging design for the Stassen Tea range which will be seen globally including areas such as the Middle East, Europe, Russia and Asia! The hard work put into this design has resulted in a a bright and contemporary range of tea packaging as part of an exciting and interesting project for the Stassen company that is making massive progress across the globe. The picture shows the new brand concept when compared to that previous to us starting on the project and shows the drastic changes that have been made to make the brand what it is now.
Stassen is a Sri Lankan tea giant, providing 48 SKUs across 80 countries and 5 continents. Founded in 1977 they are one of few tea companies allowed to express the Cylon lion on their packs, legitimately providing full leaf pure Cylon tea of the highest quality
The rebrand of Sainsbury’s Tu was launched on the 18th June 2013. From research analysis, brand strategy, brand creation, brand guidelines and implementation we played the lead and core agency role.
Working in close cooperation with Sainsbury’s non-food team we helped understand the demographic and position the Tu brand in line with consumer expectations.
An important aspect of the re brand was to ensure the solution was carefully aligned to both the customer experience and the Sainsbury’s supermarket offer.
It was important that the brand was not seen simply as a side-line to the primary grocery offer but as a credible fashion offer in its own right. We developed the tagline “live your style” to be closely reflective of this strategy and Sainsbury’s ‘Live well for less’ proposition.
We were also asked to make recommendations on the name Tu which, after understanding the research results, led us to conclude that with such high spontaneous recognition there was little reason to change the name. Indeed, we felt that the high recognition provided us with firm foundations from which to rebuild the brand. However, the research also highlighted that there were some functional issues with the existing logo which had caused some confusion; expecially in relation to pronounciation. We focused on using a lower case ‘u’ to help pronounciation whilst also emphasising the true meaning of the word tu = you. The name’s meaning – as with all of the other brand elements – aligns well with both the Tu and Sainsbury’s propositions.
The finished logo is stronger and bolder than the past version, bringing a more visual prominence to the brand, the flourish on the ‘u’ helps build in a feminine touch to the logo, as well as help express the tone of the word.
A luxury brand and packaging for TanOrganics, creates a clean and fresh brand expression, twinned with a sense of organics. From brand strategy, naming, brand creation and logo design, through to packaging design and promotion.
The brand is a balance or luxury and natural health, using fine finishes, natural materials and with good use of space.
Working with Sainsbury’s London office for over 12 months, we helped them achieve record growth in their non food sector, from research and customer perception, through strategy, naming, customer journey, identity creation, implementation, and creating guidelines as well as packaging, labelling, photography and comms language (above & below the line). Additionally, we have helped them build an endorsement strategy and consultancy for celebrity endorsement and campaign structure for both primary and secondary level endorsement.
A re brand by Garden – one of London’s strategic branding agencies.
100 is a interiors fit-out company based in London, creating high quality finishes for contemporary interiors.
We created the brand strategy, name, brand and brand application for them, an abstract brand that is memorable and contemporary. The brand is mostly produced in blacks, greys and silver foils, which builds an elegant and clean image of the company.
Garden is a London based branding company with strong experience with leading global brands spanning many years, a branding agency of note, we pride ourselves in being leaders in creating unique and individual brands.
MEED, once the acronym for Middle East Economic Digest, came to us to help them make sense of their brand issues. Confused about what they stood for, customer confusion around their services, a dated logo and communications style – they needed help.
After research into name recognition and basic customer and non customer awareness, we found that no one knew about the acronym and only knew them as MEED, that customers found them dated and un-inspirational.
We’ve defined their brand strategy, re-did their logo and brand comms and today they are a fresh, contemporary and leading middle eastern publication and business intelligence company.
Migration Museum Project is a charitable organisation seeking to create Britain’s first museum of migration – an institution to celebrate the role migration has played in the national story.
Set up by a group of experienced professionals from immigration, human rights, museum, literary and artistic backgrounds, Garden was approached to help push this creative and thoughtful project forwards.
Sharjah 24 is a 24 hour digital news channel for the UAE Emirate of Sharjah, we branded the Sharjah News channel, from strategy through to final concept, design and identity system.
We are Garden, one of the UK’s strategic based branding agencies.
Cocolina is a boutique cafe shop designed for the Qatar market. The concept for the brand is to create an elegant and imperial style offer to appeal to the Qatari woman looking for some relaxed ‘me’ time. A nostalgic and elegant approach, the brand brings a sense of history and culture.
The cafe experience needed to express creativity, history and elegance, and with a sense of artisanal flare. Created from the London office, we explored many creative directions, the end results visual communication feels interesting and unique.