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|This little story appears on the back of every can, in order to add some warmth and authenticity to the design|
Hi there! What a mad week this has been (and today is only Tuesday!).
Here is the explanation to the Sailor Glen story from last week - my awesome design partner and friend, Stuart Bothma, and I have been working on a campaign to re-brand Glenryck Pilchards.
Our task was to reposition the brand as a top quality product, a tough job, since pilchards generally have quite low market value and are typically seen as the "poor man's protein". Apart from redesigning the labels, we also had to market the product to a new audience, single black south african mothers, from the age of 35 and above.
Our finished campaign proposal consists of the following: a series of print ad's, two television commercials, new package designs, billboards, instore promotions and a competition.
There are three 'flavours' or variations of products that Glenryck offer - Pilchards in tomato sauce, pilchards in hot chilli sauce and minced pilchards.
I got to design the labels and although this was pretty challenging, I really enjoyed doing it.
There are also some storyboards for the television spots, which I will upload a little later.