- Sweet & Wild
- Wild Honey
- Basic Honey/Only Honey/Pure Honey
10 Approaches For Each Mode With Taylor Pruitt:
- Wild & Sweet: Pick two items; show lips (one side with lipstick and the other side without) underwear (granny panties vs. lingerie) Using antithesis.
- Bee___: Layer all iconic images and type (mess with hierarchy)
- Hand Illustrations (ink & watercolor)
- Photography (make actual border)
- Use different materials like paper or yarn to impersonate grass/flowers
- Connect package border/frame to concept of design
- Show a paw (back side or another part of the animal) instead of showing the head of the animal
- Character Bee Illustrations
- Show one object that uses the word (Ex/ bee___(sweet) by showing a piece of candy) and cut it out of the package so that the honey shows through the object [use for the pure idea also]
- Handwritten type
- Use honeycomb to split up measurements on the ruler
- Use stitching of the bees "tracks" to show text
- Write with honey and stick something to it to make text (seeds, grass) also goes to "Wild Honey" idea
- handwritten type for basic honey
- Rubbing of honeycomb, strainer, etc...
- Menu Board: write in chalk (Aunt Sue's Special)
- Red stripes, blue stars (home-grown, produced in the USA)
- Shape full-bleed object photograph in a honeycomb cut-out frame
- Put actual textures that you can feel onto package
- Change to "Your" Aunt Sue's Honey
- Home-grown, produced in the USA emphasize through color/composition
- Use establishment date in vintage style package
- Use signature
- Writing and showing "natural"
- Show characteristics of how it is natural/pure/raw--the process of collecting the honey
- Use repetition to create pattern
- List health benefits of eating honey
- Show a group of "peers" having a good time and eating honey as they "recommend it"
- Use an animal (i.e. bears, lions) to recommend the honey