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Here We Grow Paint Packaging References the Product's Grass Roots

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: • References: iamtanya and thedieline
It's refreshing to see paint cans done up with such lovely designs. The look of Here We Grow paint packaging really is a rarity. The reason that this brand of wall stain has deserved this sort of attention is both a reference to its history and a reflection of its retail benefits.

The OSH (Orchard Supply Hardware) company began in 1931 as a means to support a community of American farmers. Now, this line of home decorating products would see a portion of its profits going to Farmaid, taking care of the families behind the current agricultural industry.

Thanyaluck Keawkingkeo's product name alludes to the development of the initiative and its graphic identity reflects that metaphorically. The brush stroke sprout on Here We Grow paint packaging also underlines the items' eco-friendly qualities.