Elster Bread Co.

Brand identity development, design direction and website for Elster Bread Company. Partners Katy and Phil started Elster out of a passion for real bread; bread that's delicious, wholesome and uncompromising on quality.

Elster Logo Make Future
Elster Magpie Make Future
Elster Magpie Stamp Make Future

Working closely with the founders, we have created an identity that is friendly, modern and unique in the sector. We developed a logo which can be applied easily to appropriate items, and contains a subtle 'E' in the wing, making this simple magpie icon exclusive. An ink stamp has been produced, to reduce waste and enable minimal packaging to be branded in an environmentally conscious manner.

Elster Palette Make Future

Our colour palette is derived from the UK landscape, the golden tones of vast wheat fields, organic ingredients, and of course, fresh loaves of bread.

Elster Business Cards Make Future

As a new company working in the local Lincolnshire community, providing independent restaurants, shops, rural villages and fulfilling wholesale orders, business cards are an important marketing tool helping to start conversations and new relationships.

Elster Tissue Undulate Make Future
Elster Tissue Flat Make Future

Our approach to every branding brief considers all appropriate applications and possibilities – to ensure the visual identity we create meets the requirements of our clients and is ready for the future, whether that be delivering to more rural villages, selling at local markets or opening a physical shop.

Elster Paper Bag Make Future
Elster Publication Make Future

We have created an easy to edit one-page website, which allows our client to update with new seasonal brand photography as the business grows, and includes necessary information for deliveries and enquiries.

Elster Homepage Make Future

With thanks to Katy and Phil for the invitation to assist with this brief and trusting us to help bring your ideas for Elster Bread Co. to life. A special thank you to our mutual friend and collaborator Tom Hartford for the kind introduction.