Fieventwentich brand identity by Janina Dröse

September 18th, 2013 by retail design blog

Janina Dröse created this brand identity for her Bachelor thesis at the HAWK Hildesheim. Fieventwentich is a fictional factory specializing in handmade soap. The brand identity reflects the traditional production. Furthermore, it should differentiate the brand from the competitors, which deal with the usual mass production of soap. Janina Dröse created a broad range of stationery, printed collateral, and packaging.























http://weandthecolor.com/fieventwentich-branding-bachelor-thesis-janina-drose/31003
http://www.designmadeingermany.de/2013/22699/

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