We are happy to announce that Back Forty Creative received three 2018 Graphic Design USA Health and Wellness Awards! And the award goes to…
Award Winner: TeraKashi Bokashi by TeraGanix Packaging
We teamed up with TeraGanix to provide a fresh redesign for their TeraKashi EM-1® Bokashi packaging. What exactly is EM-1 Bokashi? EM-1 Bokashi is most commonly used for food waste, recycling, accelerating compost maturity, as a soil amendment, and for odor control when added to pet litter. Together, we recycled their current branding to modernize their new packaging. By creating colorful, illustrative artwork and by using metallic print effects on the full-color package, this bag is guaranteed to catch the eyes of those looking to heighten their composting game.
Award Winner: Natural Hope Herbals Product Labels
We collaborated with Natural Hope Herbals to redesign a wide variety of product labels — around 400 in case you were wondering! Natural Hope Herbals products range in nature — from extracts to tea blends to salves — to provide natural solutions to help tackle health issues such as cardiovascular, digestion, oral, and endocrine. Although this award recognized the product labels, Back Forty Creative has worked with Natural Hope Herbals on a variety of design projects including their new website, product guide, and a variety of marketing collateral—some of which are also award winners!
Award Winner: Albert Lea Seed Bags
To better differentiate their seed bags from one another and to stand out among the competition, Albert Lea Seed called on Back Forty Creative to develop new artwork for their full product line of seeds. The Back Forty Design team took a minimalistic approach to best adhere to the craft paper print capabilities and to showcase the crop at hand. The Albert Lea Seed and Back Forty Creative collaboration won’t stop here, stay tuned for updates on their new website design.
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