The unique patterns that decorate Cosmopollen Honey packaging almost look as if they're significantly more intricate versions of what bees design themselves. But differing from the repeated hexagons of honeycomb, these motifs integrate triangles, squares and even small floral shapes.
Louise Twizell was inspired by the architecture of London, Madrid and New York to produce these designs, rendered as her "bee's-eye view." They've been enhanced by a touch of color (green, red and gold, respectively) to further differentiate the products.
This line of honeys would treat international consumers to the global tastes of the sweet spread from faraway sources. Open up the jars and you'll discover the distinctive intricacies of the flavors that are visually suggested in the patterns of Cosmopollen Honey packaging.
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