• Noise 13 Rebrands Wellness Company OM

    by / June 10, 2020 /

    San Francisco design agency Noise 13 is out with a nice redesign for wellness brand OM. They're calling the revamped packaging—from cannabis-infused Epsom salts and elixirs to balms and beyond—"high-end Zen meets modern medicine. Noise 13 worked with OM to add a touch of luxury to the brand, both in design and consistency. It also acts as a foundation for additional products to be added down the road.

    "Since the founder, May[Read More]


    by / December 11, 2019 /

    Cannabis-infused beverage Keef has debuted a rebranded image, including new logo, product names, lettering and labeling. The new look is being introduced on the company’s signature beverage lines in Colorado and California and will be showcased on their full product portfolio (including edibles, concentrates and more) by early 2020 — coinciding with the company’s 10-year anniversary.

    The rebranding was conceptualized and designed by the Oakland-based Evolution Bureau. Keeping wi[Read More]

  • This Wednesday: Eco Warriors Series Part III – Designing Durable Packaging

    by / November 11, 2019 /

    As designers and makers, we have the power to make decisions that impact our planet's ecology. Bartlett Brands has made a planet-first pledge-committing to help our clients make the most environmentally sustainable decisions for their products and packaging. In the Eco Warrior Series, AIGA SF explores different areas of sustainable design and learn how to make innovative design decisions that reduce impact without sacrificing aesthetics or experience.

    Part III. Designing Durable Pack[Read More]


    by / September 3, 2019 /

    Oakland's EVB has debuted new work for Wild Earth, supporting the launch of the world’s first high-protein, meat-free dog food. The agency spearheaded a complete rebrand for the plant-based pet food company, including strategy, messaging, packaging, sales materials and a 60-second brand video. 

    You might possibly remember Wild Earth. They got their funding after the company’s founder appeared on Shark Tank eating his own pet food and won over judge Mark Cuban.[Read More]