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Revelum’s Ham Packaging Breaks The Category


Typography takes the reigns in Revelum’s ham packaging designed by Brandsummit. While ham is not sometimes present in a jar, not less than in America, Brandsummit’s packaging feels modern whereas balancing a touch of classy design. Keeping the label easy and solely specializing in playful stickers and personality-packed typography, there is a particular degree of intrigue.


A brand new patent has been born: actual ham, lower by knife, submerged in vegetable oil, in a glass container. Simple however stunning, a manner of consuming ham like by no means earlier than, deserved a branding and packaging that broke the class. This is how Revelum was created. An identification that recollects city artwork, marked in contrast, combining components, stickers, fonts and hues that give the model lots of versatility and its personal character. You already know: Discover the already identified ham.

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