The interesting thing when it comes a Rebranding is that it can be done without a lot of investment. We can achive this, only by implementing specific changes that make possible to differentiation of a brand from its competitors and, at the same time, capturing the eyes of potential customers.
The Pepper Challenge
The challenge for Pepper Design and Branding was to give life to this new business idea and create a brand that did not have the word PET, so that it would not become just another store in the market.
The objective was to generate an attractive concept for owners of all types of pets, from the most common to exotic.
The Pepper Solution
Based on brand analysis and research, Pepper Design & Branding experts brought to life a modern and exotic concept. Creating a Safari-style animal world, where all kinds of species are found; thus emerging the name "SAFARIA", leaving aside the common names and expressing something unique, under a wild concept.
Safaria the kingdom of your pet, reflects in a colorful way the nature and the jungle, using a range of earth colors: green, brown and orange. Inspired by a Safari, with a unique typography and a freehand drawing style, where the S is an elephant and a graphic line that highlights the face of animals in their natural habitat, but that really are pets. For example, a Husky that looks like a wolf or a ChawChaw with the mane of a lion, together manages to draw attention, making the eyes are on the mark.
Safaria is a professional brand but at the same time fun in the sense that it has the main care for pets and implements that may be needed but showing them in an innovative way to stand out from the competition.
Pepper Design helped us to conceptualize and carry out our business idea in an image that was completely different to the competition and in a short time we were able to position ourselves very well.
Michelle Avendaño, Safaria Head of Brand
• Branding Assessment
• Digital Strategy
• Conceptualization and Publicity Design
• Interior Design
• Implementation and Supervision of remodeling of the commercial premises