London design group Carruthers and Hobbs has redesigned the mail order catalogue for Mediterranean food importer Olives Et Al. It follows a redesign of the Wiltshire company’s product labels earlier this month. Carruthers and Hobbs creative director Peter Carruthers says: ‘The 20-page catalogue is now much clearer to read. The labelling design had to appear stylish and modern, while reflecting the wholesome nature of the products.’
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