Thinking of an environmentally friendly move for your brand? The team at Onfire Design will help unpack all your sustainable/recyclable packaging challenges and help create a point of difference.
Supermarket News sat down with Onfire's Creative Director, Matt Grantham about how both sustainability and the global pandemic have shaped packaging design and the materials used.
Carrying on the mission of delivering New Zealand's most premium cocktails, ready-to-drink, in a can for discerning, sociable grown-ups, Finery launched a new Limited Edition flavour to complement the core range in late 2020.
Nood Petfood breaks into the French petfood market with their premium recipes at low prices.
Almost every garage in New Zealand has a can of CRC 556 so when Onfire was engaged to update their iconic product and extend the range it was an undertaking not taken lightly. With a cleaner, modern look and easy to navigate colour banding results have been great with significant sales increases!
Finery launch their new range of sophisticated ready-to-drink vodka and soda cocktails.
Two Onfire Design projects have been recognised at the Australian Graphic Design Association (AGDA) Awards in Brisbane 2019.
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.
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”.
We were tasked by FSL Foods to help create a compelling sub-brand and packaging around their innovative new product development.
With the continued success and sales growth of Amazing Muesli's (#1 muesli in New Zealand retail), the Hubbards team are always looking for ways to innovate and surprise the muesli consumer.
Onfire have been working on the rebrand and new packaging design for Sujon frozen berries. Full project coming soon!
As a very rare source of nectar for honeybees, Beech trees are clustered in only a few areas around New Zealand. Insects within the bark exude the nectar which honeybees forage and return to the hive. The resulting honey (known as Honeydew) is naturally rich in minerals, antioxidants and complex sugars.