Handmade passion

Visual identity & packaging range

»Though we keep coming up with surprising innovations, the original baker's craft remains our passion.«

— Philipp Ströck


Ströck is one of Austrias biggest and longest existing bakery brands. The bakery is a family business and runs over 70 shops in Vienna. High quality ingredients, handmade tradition, and a sustainable production process are Ströck's core values. The task was a brand refreshment without changing core elements such as the logo or the yellow brand color. In order to rejuvenate Ströcks identity, we developed a graphic system which was applied on a coherent packaging line and a vast amount of outtakes and point-of-sale-implementations.

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The final design concept is based on Ströck's outstandingly high expertise and curiosity in their ingredients, sustainable grain cultivation and biological agriculture — important factors that underline their pioneering role in the baking industry.

A series of a simple grain patterns illustrate the variety and quality of the organic ingredients.
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Rhye | Roggen

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Wheat | Weizen

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Oat | Hafer

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Buckwheat | Buchweizen

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Millet | Hirse

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Corn | Mais

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Sesame | Sesam

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Sunflower seeds | Sonnenblumenkerne

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Pumpkin seeds | Kürbiskerne

<p>The grain pattern becomes the main carrier of the identity.</p>
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The grain pattern becomes the main carrier of the identity.

Along with the patterns as main visual, various illustrations and details enrich the world of Ströck, making it accessable, friendly and more human.

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<p>The making of »The Bagett« (Photo: © Lukas Lorenz)</p>
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The making of »The Bagett« (Photo: © Lukas Lorenz)

<p>Sketch for one of Ströcks signature products — the »Bagett«</p>
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Sketch for one of Ströcks signature products — the »Bagett«

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<p>Bread tag &amp; wrapping paper</p>
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Bread tag & wrapping paper

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<p>(Photo: © Lukas Lorenz)</p>
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(Photo: © Lukas Lorenz)

<p>Illustration sketches</p>
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Illustration sketches

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Menuecard — Silkscreen on linen hardcover

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The sweets & noon specials

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Breakfast & bread selection

Ströck Stories work on social media using charming and unique messages and illustrations.

<p>Ströck Story 1: The best french croissant in Vienna.</p>
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Ströck Story 1: The best french croissant in Vienna.

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<p>Ströck Stories on social media</p>
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Ströck Stories on social media

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<p>The sweet side of life. (Photo: © Lukas Lorenz)</p>
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The sweet side of life. (Photo: © Lukas Lorenz)

<p>Signage &amp; information icons</p>
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Signage & information icons

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<p>Everyday special</p>
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Everyday special

<p>Bread tags printed on special certified paper containing 30% post-consumer recycled waste from corn and grains.</p>
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Bread tags printed on special certified paper containing 30% post-consumer recycled waste from corn and grains.

<p>Labels for fresh soups.</p>
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Labels for fresh soups.

<p>Baguette wrapping</p>
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Baguette wrapping


The refreshed brand elements allow Ströck to communicate more visibly on a wide range of channels. We equipped them with an elaborate set of tools which help to evolve their brand into the next generation. The visual identity now unites the love for handcraft with a fresh and friendly attitude and the innovative approach that Ströck is known for.

<p>Images: © Paul Bauer</p>
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Images: © Paul Bauer


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