Petit Plaisir Chocolates branding by LOCO Studio

October 9th, 2016 by retail design blog

Chocolates «Petit Plaisir» (a small delectation) — a series of unique handmade chocolate products with a variety of tastes and fillings. The base of which are natural jellies, French berry marshmallows (guimauve) and marble cakes (gateau).

The candies covered by dark tasting chocolate are made in accordance with the recipes of the pastry-shop called «Seven Guest». The brand is presented by a series of chocolates with nine different tastes: a chocolate brownie, a blueberry pie, a cherry pie, a cookie with nuts, a strawberry pudding, a berry smoothie, a strawberry lollipop, an ice-cream.

The sweets come with a paper-based wrapper and a gift wrapper. Communication with a customer is realized through a series of stylized illustrations of confectionaries which are the same as real candies, simple lined patterns and different colour fills are also used.

Design: LOCO Studio
Photography: Stanislav Makhalov























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