Fresh from the Field — Almighty Mart by Marx

3 months ago by

This Fresh From The Field by Marx features an agile design response to assist their client trade during COVID restrictions.

If you have new or recent work that you would like to share in Fresh from the Field email  nicole@designassembly.org.nz  for details.

The Brief:

Helping mates pivot in lockdown. Almighty @drinkalmighty and a bunch of mates are banding together to help each other get product safely into people’s hands.

The Response:

To assist Marx created the Almighty Mart logo, a ‘store within in a store’ selling a bunch of premium local products.

They drew inspiration from the bright, positive visuals of 90s supermarkets and convenience stores, and whipped up the cheeky logo for a nimble launch. https://www.drinkalmighty.com/pages/almightymart

 



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