Mark Stubbington and Kate Kew of Design Activity created these pleasantly bright tea labels that are cut by hand. The labels were created as a decorative part of Aroma Food Group's loose leaf tea tins.
Each of the six tins contains a unique flavor that is only sold at the London-based eatery Aroma Food Group. The flavors are directly represented by the color of the labels. For example the Earl Grey tea made with black ceylon and a scent of jasmine is labeled with a teal color.
Since each label is cut by hand, it provides an authentic aspect to each tin of tea. The use of brightly colored paper also aids in the aesthetic value, while the unique flavors aim to please a variety of taste buds.
Hand-Cut Tea Labels
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