Archive for the ‘packaging’ category

East Street Cider Co. branding by makebardo

June 17th, 2018

Regarding the colour palette we avoided naming it to avoid creating more rules into gender definition, however it’s a pallet that appeals to all consumers. We picked a bright palette with rare colours in this product category, providing a unique personality and moving away from the cliché palettes generally used for cider’s.

cocot packaging by mamba studio

June 15th, 2018

For the logo, a simple and geometric typeface was selected that made a contrast with the rustic nature of the spots. Our approach with clean, sans-serif typography gives Cocot a luxurious feel mostly associated with high-end fashion brands. The gold foil stamp and clean type directly contrasts and at the same time elevates the would-be informal paint marks.

Ante Artisan Handcrafted Ice Cream by Plan B Studio

June 13th, 2018

Based on a “Less is More” idea to bring out a handcrafted & premium experience with a budget control, we created a general layout on packaging and left space for Ante Artisan’s 22 flavours. We chose soft colours for simplicity and to allow consumers to feel a closer relationship with us.

PORONA branding Ying He & Heng Wang

June 12th, 2018

There are 10 varieties of PORONA organic pure water – Rose Otto, Lavender, Roselle, Blue Lotus, Immortelle, Rosemary Verbenone, Chrysanthemum, Vitex, Chamomile Cape, Jasmine Sambac. We have designed different patterns according to the plants and applied them to labels and packaging.

IKB IPA branding by Arobase Creative

June 11th, 2018

We illustrated the iconic landmarks in a simplified geometric line style to reflect the precision and quality of the engineering and create a blueprint aesthetic. To create a bold front of pack we used period typography, loosely inspired by victorian era packaging, and contrasted this with a vibrant sans-serif annotation.

Feel Glass packaging by Jeff Jen

June 8th, 2018

Visually simulating, Hearing when you pull the box slide, Tasting the glass, Smelling the wood and feeling the whole box is part of the experience I would like to share. I approached this package with a very simplistic and minimal way to bring out the high end mood.

Heyday Elixir packaging by Tuman Design

June 7th, 2018

Powders are assigned colors depending on ingredients and the action of each of them and numbers for convenient orientation. Information and illustrative parts are visually separated from each other. The illustrative part shows the ingredients contained in the product, the information part tells about the action of the product.

DUSK Chocolate packaging by Cristina Reverté

June 6th, 2018

One of their first products that needs to be designed is a new range of chocolate bars called Destination Bars, made from single-origin cocoa using ingredients sourced only from the best plantations. The chocolates would be sold in packs of 3 different flavors. A band or ribbon to tie them together needs to be designed as well.

Essential Nutrition’s CGI Products by Kalil Macedo Creative Studio

June 5th, 2018

Essential Nutrition’s CGI Products by Kalil Macedo Creative Studio

Common Grounds Creative Co-Op by Thinking Room

June 1st, 2018

A collaboration initiative between Thinking Room and Common Grounds Coffee, resulting in a rotatable coffee cup sleeve which triggers us to rethink the coffee shop culture in today’s fast-paced life. By juxtaposing two different truths, twisting the coffee cup will ‘complete’ the sentence from the words behind the sleeve.

Ridgeview packaging by CookChick Design

May 31st, 2018

There is incredible detail and thought behind every element of the design, the wrapping theme is even used in the launch invite where a rose gold ribbon creates part of the logotype, eluding to the new branding before the official launch.

Infused bottle by Alison Congdon

May 30th, 2018

The design focuses on the simplicity of the ingredients and the colour palette differentiates between the function each recipe has on the body.

Tropicana package concept by Berik Yergaliev

May 29th, 2018

The design of Tropicana juices is an attempt to make the product a little different. Clear geometry in the design speaks for simplicity and pedantry, the golden elements add a little bit of charm and premium. The uniqueness of the design lies in its simplicity. The design is not overloaded with details, making it more visible on the shelf.

Dian Mian instant noodles by Liang Jin-Wei, Zhan Yu-Rou, Sung Hsiao-Chi, and Kao Yu-Wei

May 28th, 2018

Instant noodles have been integrated into most Taiwanese people’s lives, but the potential danger of scolding prevents visually impaired people from enjoying the noodles. The design allows visually impaired people to enjoy the convenience and delightful taste of instant noodles just like any other Chinese-speaking person.

WALDI dog food packaging by TIBOR+

May 27th, 2018

Each variety is adorned with a typical dog owner quote, e.g. „He just wants to say hi!“, „It‘s OK! He’s friendly.“ or “He‘s Fluffy, Not Fat!”

BonGenie Sweet Collection packaging by Fabula Branding

May 25th, 2018

The laconic design is also emphasized by printing features: a special lacquer coating makes the chocolates more visible on the matted velvet-like background, presenting them to the consumers in a more expressive way.

Bee Naturalles Packaging Redesign by S & Team

May 24th, 2018

The letter N, which represents Nature, moves into different positions around letter B to further underline the distinction between the categories. The positions of N are not arbitrary; they are placed on the corners of a hypothetical hexagon as a reference to bees’ hexagonal-shaped wax shells.

Vueltabajo wine label by Futura

May 23rd, 2018

We wanted to create something that looked different to what we are used to and that breaks with the standards on how a good wine should look, we used minimalist editorial design that is counteracted with paint strokes that intervene the black and white photography.

SUMMUM cheese 2018 packaging by Javier Garduño Estudio de Diseño

May 22nd, 2018

We decided to create a “cabás” like the one that the children took to school in the 50s to take their snack. Inside goes the cheese with a die-cut label and in the version with wedges that go the cheese cut into 8 portions.