As an office of ardent bakers, The Morris Project noticed that White Lily was having a resurgence during Covid. We decided to redesign its package for the millennial baker, taking inspiration from wheat fields and their colors and textures.
With their unique distillation process, Greenhook Gin's award winning gin is like no other. We simplified their current designs but stayed true to their brand, placing an emphasis on the floral detail in their logo that reflected the gin's aromatic flavor profile. We love drinking locally made booze!
The Morris Project team gravitates toward Planet Oat when ordering our daily coffees. Here's our take on their packaging - we highlight the "Planet" in their name, reflect the simplicity of their recipe in a clean design, and use neutral, oat-like colors.
As an office that does yoga every Friday, we appreciate the Yogi Tea story, and love that they're inspired by the power of herbs on mind and body. When redesigning their packaging, we used simple photography that showcases their ingredients, and muted, calming colors that reflect mindfulness.
As big fans of Vox podcasts, we were intrigued to see redesigns underway. When exploring a refresh of the Vox Primetime cover, we were inspired by the classic rainbow static seen on televisions, using the stripes to show some of the podcast's content.
The Morris Project was commissioned to design packaging for a brand setting a new standard for pancakes, using nutritious plant-based ingredients that don’t compromise on flavor, that are good for you and good for the planet.
Using clean lines and bright warm colors, we created packaging that conveyed the notion of clean eating, a positive, alluring design that catches the eye the moment it hits the supermarket shelves.