Posts Tagged ‘BRANDING’

Grace Gin by MILK Branding Professionals

March 15th, 2018

We did some nifty work in packaging design to make sure that Grace Gin’s bottle will be as good as its content. And then, we developed a fancy lookbook to make sure that brand communications and promotions will come up to the quality of such an exquisite brand.

MOJO Cacao chocolate by Soul & Money

March 14th, 2018

MOJO Cacao is a unique project of craft “Bean to bar” vegan chocolate. Bean to bar is the process of making chocolate from cocoa beans to product presentation. The packaging design is telling about 100% natural hand-crafted product.

Motive Brews & Spirits by Melissa Sadloske

March 12th, 2018

For the branding and logo design, I drew on common tropes associated with criminal profiling, such as sketch artists, a detective’s pin-board wall of evidence and connections, and documenting evidence with pen and typewriter in the early development of the criminal profiling science and process.

Meatamento concept by GORDOST

March 8th, 2018

The art of flavour varieties inspired the concept as the artists of the smoked meat category, reflected in the stamps and ashes-made graphics across the packaging, creating the image in elegant and premium style. The prints are mirroring the shapes of leaves, which were chosen to create a wooden mix. Black and white style is an homage to ashes and smoking techniques at its own.

Gac Day branding by Bratus Agency

March 6th, 2018

Typography and content is chosen as clear and stand out white displayed on red background. Bottle is made of recycled plastic that is suitable for transportation, preservation from Europe to VietNam, then to B2B channel.

Caffè Cagliari Puro line by Labirinto

March 5th, 2018

Four textures dedicated to Kenya, Brazil, India and Costa Rica, to describes the origin and genuineness of the single-origin line Puro by Caffè Cagliari. The personality of these four States and the purity of the product have been the fulcrum for building the whole food packaging project.

Howdy interior design & branding by Emart, Goyang – South Korea

March 2nd, 2018

Two flagship locations, under the theme of “Futuristic Warehouse” have translated the core values to the physical space. Both stores have a giant vending machine with a robotic arm that customer can watch this process through the transparent glass wall.

The Herbal Tea Shop packaging by Sumin Woo

February 28th, 2018

Herbal tea cake packaging has 3 forms: manual tissue paper, single box and iron box. Tea candy packaging has 3 forms:small glass cans, carton and triangular square carton.There are 3 kinds of herbal tea packaging:cartons, plastic bottles, medium glass cans and home glass jars.

Engine rooms identity by Mireldy Design

February 27th, 2018

The identity creation was based on the apartment floor plan elements, combined with the concept of modular interior design. The color selection represents a connection with the industrial style, embedded in a sophisticated and luxurious interior design.

El Tresor packaging by Zoo Studio

February 26th, 2018

Creating a special piece that narrated a story and that remains in the memory of the customers. With these premises, we have created an ephemeral packaging, which must be destroyed to enjoy its content, which requires the consumer’s effort to finally get the final reward, the best organic oil from Ros Caubó.

Abracadabra packaging by Noreste

February 22nd, 2018

We developed a line of 7 perfumes with their respective packaging, indulging the senses through a main protagonist, ‘Alchemy’; where mysticism and magic are verbally and graphically conceptualized throughout the design.

OKAY Coffee packaging by formascope design

February 21st, 2018

We wanted to make something that would jump off the shelves visually, so we decided to associate this exhaustion with fictional creatures, such as zombie who is fed up with work, alien who can’t understand how our planet works and robot who doesn’t have any emotions.

Toscana take away branding by Luminous Design Group

February 20th, 2018

Drawing inspiration from the Italian region itself and in order to emphasise on the authenticity of its traditional flavour, we designed the logo based on the clear geometric forms that the raw materials the restaurant’s kitchen uses, as they’re composed to create the form of a horse with feathers as a reference to the typical Tuscan region’s coat of arms.

WineBites – Wine Chocolate by Nuno Baptista

February 19th, 2018

An outrageous and very thin chocolate with a spectacular filling with the best wines in the world. The Package is make from cork and is reusable as 2 wine coasters.

Alko Töölöntori store by Kuudes, Helsinki – Finland

February 12th, 2018

The goal was to design a one-of-a-kind boutique inspired by the 1930s to honour their most prestigious asset: top-notch customer service. Instead of creating a museum stuck in the past, they wanted to celebrate nostalgia with a retail environment that creates an instant wow factor.

Gallery & Co. branding by Foreign Policy

January 22nd, 2018

Key graphic elements formulating the visual language include basic shapes and rudiments such as the circle, line, square, and triangle, as well as colours such as blue, green, yellow and red – a palette we were first introduced to as kids when we start drawing.

ROCKTAILS branding by B&B Studio

January 13th, 2018

B&B studio has introduced a refined yet characterful brand identity to reflect the quality of the drink, craft of the steam-distillation process and character of the flavour.

Chef Gourmet brand identity by Ricebean Studio

January 9th, 2018

To give different personalities to each of the menus, we chose two different styles of handwriting typography and a varied color palette. The Executive Menu uses shades of yellow and orange and a typography inspired by the vernacular calligraphy, referring to the popular dishes of Chef Gourmet. Tones of green and a brush script typography, smoother and more fluid, refer to the lighter dishes of the Fit Menu.