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Mix Life Up With Nina's Natural

03/03/2017 by Amelia Stasky (comments: 1)

Nina's Natural

Nina's Natural

Nina’s cocktail mixes began as a business to business product. After continued success, Lasco Foods made the decision to start selling direct to consumers and rebrand to celebrate the transition. Thus Nina’s Naturals was born.

Nina's Natural

Nina's Natural

Atomicdust, a branding and marketing agency based in St. Louis, Missouri, created the Nina’s Natural name, tagline (“It’s time to mix life up”), and packaging design. Nina’s Natural packaging design takes its inspiration from its name. Instead of a stark white base, Atomicdust decided to use an off-white to create a more natural, soft base. Most of the text on the front of the label has a hand lettered look. In addition to being hand lettered, the Nina’s Natural wordmark and mix type has a grainy and textured appearance. The remainder of the text looks as though someone could have handwritten the information in. At the bottom right of the front of the label is a bright, detailed image of the cocktail which acts as an anchor for the rest of the packaging design. All of the text is set at an angle, off of the cocktail. It give the impression the cocktail is shouting out all the information. Color cues are used to differentiate between the flavor mixes: the Michelada Mix has an orange tamper seal covering the top of the bottle and features a splash of the same color on the main label, the Bloody Mary Mix uses green, and the Margarita Mix uses a lime green. These bright colors balance the natural aspects of the label and create a fun, exciting look.

Nina's Natural

Nina's Natural

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Comment by June Carney | 2017-03-03

Another good blog, Amelia!