Dash Seasonings

For my senior project, I created the branding, package design and digital
and print campaigns for a fictional company: Dash seasonings.

EmilyGuin-DashSeasonings-Basil_Lemon.jpg
EmilyGuin-DashSeasonings-JarSeries.jpg
EmilyGuin-DashSeasonings-Packets.jpg

EmilyGuin-DashSeasonings-ToteBag.jpg
EmilyGuin-DashSeasonings-OreganoMustardTomatoJar_JarLids.jpg

EmilyGuin-DashSeasonings-Identity.jpeg
EmilyGuin-DashSeasonings-MagazineAds.jpg
EmilyClaireGuin-DashSeasonings-BrandingElements.jpg

About the Company

Dash – based in San Francisco – was founded in 2011 by two chefs who were both disenchanted and unsatisfied by the conventional market for purchase-ready seasonings. The pair saw a need for seasonings that would bring vibrancy to at-home cooking.

 

Dash seasonings are all-natural, finely crafted blends of dried herbs, spices and fruits that elevate the home meal to gourmet refinement. Dash is a luxury brand that appeals to the food connoisseur who values a gourmet at-home meal yet appreciates the convenience of a reliable pre-made blend.

 

Dash intends to wholesale to high-end national groceries and specialty stores (such as Whole Foods and Williams-Sonoma) as well as market its products through its online store.

 

Project Design
Dash fused two objectives: it is a progressive, modern company that honors tradition and craftsmanship of the past. Merging historic and contemporary elements, the company is branded with a post-modern aesthetic. In particular, the branding references Victorian design for its eclectic nature and juxtaposition of hand-crafted and ornate with industrial mass-production.

 

 

*Photography and set styling by the talented Mandy Busby