Every so often, grocery store aisles are graced with a product so respectful of nature that the work and lifestyle that produced it manages to echo the natural world itself. Such is the case with the high-quality extra virgin olive oil made by Punton di Leone, a farm in the hills of Tuscany, Italy. To bring the farm’s deep respect for nature to life in the packaging of its olive oil, Milan, Italy–based design firm The 6th turned animals native to the Italian town of Scansano—turtledoves, porcupines, hoopoes and deer—into the olive oil’s protagonists. The animals, represented in a geometric-shaped style, add modernity to a market dusty with antique, hand-drawn illustrations. And in the logo roars yet one more animal, the lion, inspired by the farm’s name Punton di Leone, meaning “peak of the lion.”
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