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The Pump Street Bakery, run by father and daughter team Chris and Jo, became a must for Suffolk foodies, soon after opening. Winning a 2014 Wal… Read More
The Pump Street Bakery, run by father and daughter team Chris and Jo, became a must for Suffolk foodies, soon after opening. Winning a 2014 Wallpaper* Magazine Design Award for their bean-to-bar chocolate, and the BBC Food & Farming: Best Producer Award in 2013. The photos here are a selection of some of the branding, packaging and print design I've created for this fantastically successful bakery. Pump Street Bakery fastidiously sell bread that's only hours out of the oven and also has a popular, chic cafe selling homemade lunches and delectable doughnuts and cakes. Read Less
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Pump Street Bakery
Real bread and slow food
The packaging designed for Pump Street Bakery Chocolate bars was featured in Wallpaper* magazine when the dark bars were the winner of "Best Chocolate" in the Wallpaper* Design Awards 2014.
 
More photos of the packaging will be up soon, scroll down to see a few images, screenshots of the website www.pumpstreetbakery.com and Cedric the mobile bread van.
Pump Street Bakery is a father and daughter team based in Suffolk, dedicated to baking and serving real bread. The identity brings together the feminine, personal touch of Jo through hand-drawn type based on elegant French confectionary packaging and the solid, honest breadmaking of Chris, her father.

Traditional signwriting on the side of the bakery sits perfectly with the atmosphere of the 15th Century village square where the Pump Street Bakery is based. Pump Street Bakery were also the winners of the 2012 BBC Food & Farming Awards: Best Food Producer.
Designing the graphics for "Cedric", Pump Street Bakery's mobile bread shop in a vintage Citroen, with graphics that worked when the serving hatch was both open and closed, was a great project. He's now a regular sight around Orford, Snape and the surrounding villages in Suffolk.
Visit the Pump Street Bakery website to see the full design and visit the online shop. The journal collecting the bakery's busy social media stream, aswell as longer blogs, and the breadmaking classes are well worth a look.
 
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