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Whittard of Chelsea appoint Junction Eleven to update their image portfolio

08 Jan 2016

Photography of the Matcha Green Tea productThe Pimlico glass teapot with infuser - light, little and lovely, Photography of the new teapot in action brewing a gorgeous cup of black, loose-leaf tea.Overhead product shot of the Matcha green tea productProduct range photography showing the medium tea caddies available from the tea experts.Working with the client directly on the art direction, the shot showcases the full product range of mini tea caddies with Whittard's accessories used as props.The petite Pimlico glass teapot perfect for individual cups of loose leaf tea.Photography of the Valentine's gift selection, styled by the client and shot by Junction Eleven in studio #4.Special edition 'Love tea' including pink sugar hearts, cocoa kernals, coconut and sugared hazelnuts. More a love potion than a builders brew!

Starting with their 'Matcha' green tea, the new images represent the positive changes the company is making as it continues to evolve its brand image

There's nothing as important as that perfect cup of tea.

Something Whittard of Chelsea know only too well. Their expertise in the tea sector is second to none.

Whilst many companies offer tea on-the-go that is "dumped in plastic cups" , Whittard are focusing on their ability to offer quality on the go. They are modernising their whole brand image and offer and as part of the on-going project Junction Eleven have been appointed to provide a new suite of images.

Starting with their Matcha Green Tea (or Green Tea Power Powder as the cannister promises!) we have created a delectable set of images perfect for a company who are focusing on the quality that they can offer.

In this image conscious world, are your images as delectable? Get in touch if you want to know more.

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