John & John Crisps Packaging

I came across this graphic packaging the other day, and they immediately grabbed my attention. According to the source, BP&O, John & John is “is a range of hand cooked potato crisps made in Britain and exported to Germany by the Hamburg based company Market Grounds.” Unfortunately they weren’t able to find any information about the designer (and I wasn’t either), so if you happen to know anything, please let me know.

Edit: Sources tell me the packaging and site design were completed by Peter Schmidt Group. Thanks commenters!

via BP&O

9 Comments

  1. Richard Baird says:

    Thanks for including BP&O as your source, very honourable. Hopefully the agency commissioned to create this range will crop up.
  2. Jen says:

    Wow, these are stunning! I really don't need another reason to love crisps anymore, but these really look amazing!
  3. Alison says:

    Beautifully done!
  4. Rachel Wiles says:

    Got word that this was designed by the Peter Schmidt Group: http://www.peter-schmidt-group.de
  5. John Rajendra says:

    Apparently Peter Schmidt Group (as Rachel posted) is responsible for the John & John website: http://www.john-crisps.com/ It's very likely that they also designed the packaging for the chips! http://notetoself.typepad.com/note_to_self/2011/11/john-john.html
  6. Paddy Carey says:

    Love these although I think the colour illustration for the mixed roots packaging is a strange choice given all of the rest are black ink drawings. Other than that they are really nice!
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