If you've ever been to a big music festival, you'll know they are chiefly the preserve of rich people pretending to be poor, right up to the point where they retire to their high-tech tents. Shaken Udder has been whizzing up proper milkshakes for such welly-wearing festival-folk since 2004.
We've reworked the labelling for their current product range enabling them to extend their penetration into the heavyweight supermarket fraternity. Result? Why increased sales of course!
These promotional label variants were created for a tie-up with eMusic and to celebrate Her Majesty’s 60th year on the throne. With a little help from our good selves, we hope Shaken Udder will still be around in 60 years, when we're in our bath chairs (and liquid food could well be the order of the day).
We've created a wealth of point-of-sale and advertising material for the brand, from milkshake cups and big banner stands to adverts, postcards and shelf wobblers.
For the more well-heeled among us (so not us) Shaken Udder's frankly delicious shakes are stocked by the likes of Harvey Nichols and Selfridges. Fortunately the rest of us can go to Sainsbury’s, Tesco or if we're feeling particularly flush, Waitrose.
Our relationship with Shaken Udder started with the design of a whole host of marketing collateral to accompany them on their journey around the summer festival and exhibition circuit in the good ol' U of K.
Whatever design you're after, we’d love to hear from you.