The Pipcorn Packaging is Inspired by Vintage 1850s Signage

By: Susan Keefe - Published: Jul 13, 2012 • References: freddytaylor & lovelypackage
The Scottish popcorn company Pipcorn is new to the already overpopulated snack scene. With steep competition awaiting the perky kettle corn company, the brand knew that some snappy packaging would make all the difference to the product's debut. Designers Freddy Taylor and Noah Collin stepped up to the plate to create picture perfect packaging for the budding brand.

The designing duo gathered inspiration from vintage 1850s hand-painted signage and the classic brown paper grocery bag. The result of this stylistic mashup is a collection of hand-stamped, resealable brown paper bags. Exuding old world charm and an admirable simplicity, these quaint bags paints Pipcorn as an honest company with integrity and a respect for the environment.

The Pipcorn packaging establishes the young brand as a trusted manufacturer of artisan quality snack foods. Stats for Hand-Stamped Popcorn Bags Trending: Older & Mild
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