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Rugged logo for Sansevieria Rough & Tough

Rough & Tough is the name of a series of more than thirty Sansevierias presented by Fachjan from Honselersdijk. Rough & Tough reflects the unique characteristics of this group of plants: tough, strong and easy to maintain. To emphasise these characteristics through the label, Elburg-Smit designers chose rough-looking material in combination with a rugged typeface. The logo was designed as a stamp. For more information about the Rough & Tough range, consult the new website.



For more information:
Elburg-Smit B.V.
Wasbeekerlaan 12
2170 AB Sassenheim
Netherlands
T: +31 (0)252 261 300
F: +31 (0)252 231 206
www.elburgsmit.com

Publication date: 1/6/2017

 


 

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