Ziesche Modern Apothecary brand & packaging by Noise 13

April 5th, 2014 by retail design blog

When Beauty Company owner Sherri Ziesche wanted to launch a line of exceptional bath and body products for her San Francisco clients, she came to Noise with determination and a clear vision. Inspired by visits to European and Asian spas, she was looking to offer a more personal and customizable experience, where customers could participate in the creative process and tailor the product to their exact preferences. This hands-on approach, along with old-world apothecary bottles, informed the design of Ziesche Modern Apothecary.

Each label has space for Sherri to sign and date the product, and a custom rubber stamp makes for an economical collateral solution that reinforces the hand-crafted feel. The designs are delicate yet grounded — a balanced aesthetic that’s brought to life through careful font selection, a restrained color palette, and plenty of white space. We are thrilled to see what’s in store for the Ziesche brand, and to have been a part of creating a product that appeals to both women and men alike.

Branding & design: Noise 13
Creative Director: Dava Guthmiller
Designer: Ben wong











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