S. Thorogood & Sons is a family business that’s been growing and selling fresh produce since 1922. From turnips to tomatoes, beetroot to baby leaf, their wholesale markets offer an extensive range of produce grown with meticulous care and decades of expertise.
Selling across three historical market sites in London: New Covent Garden, New Spitalfields, and Western International, they needed a brand identity that celebrated the fact they’re one of the only wholesalers left who still keep their fingers green.
Typography has an essence of heritage with a classic serif typeface. Illustrations are reminiscent of traditional style linocuts.
Working with photographer Helena Murphy, we visited farms across Essex and Kent to capture to showcase the local produce and relationship S. Thorogood & Sons have with their suppliers.
Brand identity, Print design, Photography
Photography: Helena Rose Murphy
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