PGS team designed a concept for a calendar for Lafarge BFC. The slogan is “Lafarge takes care of your safety“. The idea behind is that for each month there is an illustration with safety situation. But В that safety items are erased and could be drawn by numbers. Illustation by: Ana Djordjevic.
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We designed a wrapping paper and stickers for gifts which Lafarge BFC will giveaway to the business partners and employees for New Year. The slogan is “Lafarge takes care of your safety”. Illustarion done by: Marijana Zaric.
DAAANGER! (in Cyrillic: РћРџРђРђРђРЎРќРћ!) “The Safe World Project” is a guide to injury and poison prevention. A handbook for safety upbringing of young adventurers.
Publisher: Institute of Public Health of Vojvodina. Editor: PhD Marija Jevtic, design: PeterGregsonStudio, illustrations: Lazar Bodroza from METAKLINIKA & Marijana Zaric, logo&typeface: Lazar Bodroza :).
“Every Day” – Svaki Dan is brand name for tomato based, handmade pasta sauces. Client is Danubius. There are four delicious different tastes. Concept & Design by: PG. Illustration by: Marijana Zaric.
Concept and Logo design for project The other side of Serbia done by Peter Gregson Studio. The Government of the Republic of Serbia, Ministry for Sustainable Development and “Cinnamon Production” as an executive production company have embarked on the project entitled “The other side of Serbia”, which comprises a presentation of 42 undeveloped municipalities in Serbia. This series of shows aims to present economic and tourist potentials, to draw attention to the way of life of the population in these areas and to entice potential investments.
PG developed concept and visual identity for new nut packaging called WANTED (pistachios, cashew nuts and peanuts). The aim of this project was to create an eye catching and funny package for the most desired (wanted) products. Each product has a warrant for a wanted person – ingredient on the front. For instance cashew nut is an Indian. In a Serbian cashew nut is translated as Indian nut, which explains the turban.