They asked us to find a way to creatively incorporate their beloved Scottish Fold cats – some iconic entertainers from their travels to the Middle Eastand Indian papadum packaging. It was a lot to consider for such a small area, but we loved the idea of bringing it all together.

When it came time to develop the 6-pack and case carton packaging, we borrowed both the color and thematic inspiration from the 12oz cans and amped it up. The design skewed towards a retro illustration style with vintage Indian matchbooks as guideposts for the drawings. We sourced multi-eyed maneki-neko cats, gold-toothed shamans, tigers and an all-seeing eye illustration from artist Conor Nolan and loaded everything up with super-saturated hues. Purposely off-register plates and typography give the pieces an intentionally imperfect look.

Society of Typographic Arts Chicago, STA 100 2016
PRINT magazine, PRINT Regional Design Annual 2016
AIGA Louisville, The SHOW Award Winner 2016

The mutual influence of form and colour now becomes clear. A yellow triangle, a blue circle, a green square, or a green triangle, a yellow circle, a blue square – all these are different and have different spiritual values.
Wassily Kandinsky
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