We art directed and styled a series of fashion-inspired editorial images that brought occasions and brands modern sensuality to life - the perfect addition to a girls night out, the luxe experience, the juicy, colourful and tropical recipes and sharing with BFF’s.
World Brand Design Society is an independent UK based design resource of notable consumer packaging and corporate brand designs and trends from studios around the globe. We take great pride in announcing that in its end of year awards Onfire were ranked in the top 50 global agencies for 2018, placed at number 8!
Onfire Design’s work with weLove on the Luxerose Cocktails was awarded Bronze at last night’s sixth annual Transform Awards Asia Pacific.
Two Onfire Design projects have been recognised at the Australian Graphic Design Association (AGDA) Awards in Brisbane 2019.
For the third year in a row, Chapter2 has taken home some precious metal from the New Zealand Best Design Awards. This year it's a Gold Best Award.
The 2019 Good Design Awards have just been held in Sydney, with Chapter2 walking away with two awards.
Made Simple wholefood bars have become a star In Tasti’s portfolio of products. Based on the core idea of ’simple goodness’, packaging shows ‘exactly’ what is inside each bar.
The benchmark for impeccably designed packaging of consumer products, The Dieline Awards recognise the absolute best from designers and design agencies worldwide.
As part of our work with Walter & Wild refreshing the Vitafresh brand, we were tasked to redesign its sub-brand, Vitasport.
We’ve just got our hands on the latest IdN 25.3, an international design magazine, all about packaging design featuring some of our work from 2018. It's cool to see New Zealand design getting some coverage.
What does Chapter2 now have in common with the likes of Apple, Ferrari, Dyson and TAG Heuer? No less than a prestigious Red Dot Award for product design!
Further, Faster, Easier
A new player in the electric bike game will be launched nationwide this month, with the emphasis on excellent value for money, quality product, servicing and family involvement.
This start-up confectionery brand gave us full freedom to develop a brand name, identity and all imagery for their range of products, all on a realistic and carefully monitored budget. The challenge was to give a mass appeal product a vibrant personality without it appearing “down market”.
Onfire's client Aotea needed a model Cheetah for their stand at the EMEX show this year. We created a 3D CAD model of the Cheetah and had a miniature model laser cut. The life-size model is currently in development.