Archive for the ‘packaging’ category

DELETE salon deisgn & branding by Brandnew brand designers, Amsterdam – Netherlands

April 23rd, 2018

Delete was born out of a desire to address and excel in all of these areas. Brandnew journeyed with them through designing the identity, salon environment, uniforms, products and communication templates. It is a truly integral approach and an example of what we call ‘Brand Design’.

Boxha Coffee House identity by Eme Design Studio

April 23rd, 2018

The ancient culture is incorporated into the branding with the creation of characters that resemble those found in ancient illustrations, focusing on prominent figures like the jaguar and the many Mayan gods. These illustrations are combined with bold type and vibrant colors to create harmonious yet unique pieces throughout the whole brand.

I Wish You packaging by Ohmybrand

April 20th, 2018

The construction of the packaging has also undergone changes – one of the goals was to make the new product more compact than its European version, thus more convenient to place on a shelf of a supermarket.

Frantoio Verna – Olive Oil Mill by Concept Store

April 19th, 2018

The new project develops coherently throughout its range on offer up to the tools of its institutional communication. The cohesive use of the new image and the combination of materials and finishings redefine the positioning of products enhancing their identity and family feeling at the same time.

Albourne Estate 40 Sussex Vermouth by Studio Parr

April 16th, 2018

Studio Parr creates the first Sussex Vermouth bursting full of beautiful botanicals. This semi-dry white vermouth has been crafted by Albourne Estate from their boutique vineyard in Sussex, England – renowned for their white and Sparkling wines.

Roll Club food delivery service identity by Canape

April 13th, 2018

We decided to create a system of marks that symbolized different countries. For example, we used American pop elements such as stars, strips and mickey mouse; symbols of Italy that everyone knows — flag colors and the olive lives.

GreeThings from Croatia packaging by Magdalena Krpina Zdilar

April 12th, 2018

Products are packaged into color divided groups based on their characteristics and the way they are used. By using each of them, there is (basically) a single sensation through which a person experiences this product, so we have those who are experiencing touch (hand-cream, labels, bath salt…), smell (spices, candles…), flavor (sauces, candies, wine…), vision (visually rich Croatian illustrations in coloring book, puzzles, notebook, magnet clips, coasters etc.).

Saudade by Lousani identity by M&A Creative Agency

April 10th, 2018

With 500 years of production, the portuguese tile is very associated with traditional and classic. However, to focus the brand strategy the packaging design is contemporary. Blue an white and each tile has a history to tell that creates a fresh pattern. This new amenities line could be part of the decor of the room.

SMULD HOUSE- Scented Identity by Huei-Tai Chen

April 9th, 2018

Following the Modular System to reinforce the branding identity and image consistently. Other than just repeating the format, I applied the concept of “modular” to almost every aspects of the design to create a synergy to communicate with the target audiences.

Buonanno wine label by nju:comunicazione

April 8th, 2018

Twenty different signs for each label in a game of bright contrasts printed in gold foil, Uv in relief and die cut holes. A constellation that opens itself in the sky of Irpinia, giving life to the rows guarded by the wise men.

Calea Cosmetics branding & packaging by Dawid Wadach

April 6th, 2018

Calea wants to be a premium brand that is why I have used a black and white colour scheme and a minimalistic packaging design. I have used photographs presenting the basic ingredients of cosmetics: activated charcoal from walnut shells and rosehip petals to match the image of the brand.

Anex Accessories by mirrolab

April 5th, 2018

Anex released a new line of accessories in 2017. We were to make packaging for it, so we combined accessories by purpose, each group was given its own color. Blue stands for winter accessories — fur for hoods, clutches; green — for keeping food and drinks — an ice chest, lunch boxes and bottles; pink for bags.

Kensatu label design by formascope design

April 4th, 2018

On the shelf, the tastes are distinguished by different portraits that were carried out through a hand-drawing technique to illustrate the original characters.

Absolut RAW vodka by Pond Design

April 3rd, 2018

The iconic Absolut Bottle was screen-printed and to further enhance a handcrafted look, the product logotype was rubber-stamped and then hand-scanned. The bottle has a tinted, smoky hue with a metallic cork and is wrapped in charcoal black paper injected with blue tones.

Babor Beauty Easter Egg by DFROST

April 2nd, 2018

Just in time for Easter, Babor presents its Easter calendar in iconic packaging. The limited edition calendar in the shape of an Easter egg contains various ampoules as a beauty surprise. Inspired by the trend colors of 2018, this extraordinary pattern is designed.

Naked Senses packaging by Maksim Arbuzov

April 1st, 2018

Naked Senses packaging by Maksim Arbuzov

Diciannove’67 by wine packaging by Giulio Patrizi | Design Agency

March 30th, 2018

The concept of the project starts from a reflection on this year: twelve months marked by important international events that changed the contemporary era. We selected 19, nineteen frames of ’67, which are fixed on paper in the form of variable data.

Steep Lab Tea packaging by Steep Lab

March 29th, 2018

The wood box serves as a aesthetically pleasing storage solution for the kraft pouch. Each tea box has a label specifically designed for the tea using Adobe Illustrator. All the products are exclusive to the Steep Lab brand.

Balholm Epledram 6666 by OlssønBarbieri

March 28th, 2018

To celebrate this renaissance we wanted to keep the fruit at the centre of the product as symbol of a genuine farm product. We created a solution inspired by the language and typography of vintage fruit wrappers, creating an intuitive link to fruit/apples allowing a flexible naming and visual storytelling for future extensions in the range.

Le Temps Chocolate packaging by Meeta Panesar

March 27th, 2018

The packaging is dedicated to a decade of the 20th century based on the percentage of cacao in each chocolate bar. Le Temps Chocolate celebrates the style and creativity of each decade with something that will never go out of style: delicious chocolate.