We have been designing packaging for Paddywax Candles, and their subsidiary company Vineyard Hill Naturals, for several years. We're proud to have been part of a formula for their bestselling success.
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Gilt, designed in collaboration with the Paddywax Creative Director, is a modern and sophisticated candle design with a clean, luxe design for the dust cover.
Blue Apothecary was designed for Paddywax as an extension of their super popular Apothecary line. Modern, clean packaging design complements the original Apothecary line while giving an updated spin on the concept.
Apothecary, created in collaboration with the Creative Director of Paddywax Candles, was designed to echo vintage glass Apothecary jars in deep amber. The label was given a modern update with clean typography and design finesse for a sophisticated take on classic apothecary labels.
Relish is a collaboration with Paddywax Candles’ Creative Director, and it debuted as part of the company’s Spring 2012 offering. It has been one of their most successful lines, with new fragrances added every year. Based on nostalgic (and very hip) canning jars, the label design is clean and modern, conceived to update the traditional aesthetic from country to chic.
Watercolor, created in collaboration with the Paddywax Creative Director, utilizes specially painted illustrations for these tins. Cherry Laurel Studio sourced the illustrator, fine artist Susan Boyle, who created original watercolor paintings for the candle packaging. We set the typography to complement the artwork and the rest is art history.
Pattern Play was also created in collaboration with the Paddywax Candles Creative Director. Packaging and tins sport lighthearted pattern blocks and color palettes for a Spring debut.
Home Grown was also created in collaboration with the Paddywax Candles Creative Director. The ceramic containers for Home Grown are dipped in bold colors, and the labels were designed to reflect the fragrances' Farm to Table roots with stitching around the canvas substrate.