Posts Tagged ‘label’

LED Bulbs packaging by Franciska Juhasz

May 3rd, 2018

A secondary function was given to the packaging: after cutting the strip and opening it wide, we get a new lamp that can be used for a long time, just like the bulb.

Licor Don Gaby packaging by Mayorque Studio

April 26th, 2018

The main mission was to give class and personality to the product, for this reason we decided to keep the label with a simple design, playing with fonts and icons to achieve a harmonic and dynamic composition. So, we mark hierarchies in the information and brand messages. All this reinforced by the format of the label that seeks to be different and striking on the shelf.

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.

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.

Fitologi packaging by Andrea Nácsa

March 22nd, 2018

My aim with the design was to create something that is interesting just by looking at it and I wanted the customers to feel happy when choosing this product. One other aspect I kept in mind was to be able to fit the product into the customer area in many different ways.

lxhua – multifunctional vase label by Regina Kaun

December 12th, 2017

When buying an Ixhua, you are also supporting Mexican crafts made by women in need of work. Inside the ceramic container, it contains a compressed Canadian moss pellet, which works to germinate seeds.

Bodega Gin Packaging by Carrousel

September 2nd, 2017

Our heavily crafted bottle takes inspiration from the East end and Gin Palace’s in the 1820’s. The decorative filigree patterns mimic designs regularly found adorned on pub mirrors and window decals throughout the Gin boom in London.

Moorilla Alter Ego wine label by MONA

June 19th, 2017

The concept was to illustrate the hidden identity in a fun and interactive way. The result is a portrait of a princess which, thanks to a clever optical illusion, turns into a pirate when upside down. Subtle visual cues, such as mirrored descriptions, encourage people to invert the bottle and discover the other side.

Fitzroy Premium Navy Rum

May 8th, 2017

By melting and pressing waste from the North Sea, they produced beautiful bottle caps. Together with the new flasks which are made of recycled glass from the same watery expanse, Fitzroy created world’s first sustainable liquor packaging. The eye-catching marble look-a-like top is creates a unique and distinctive design which invites people to reuse this bottle for other purposes as well.

Asimenia Limni packaging by Kommigraphics

March 27th, 2017

To design the label, we created a pattern with pictorial elements surrounding the lake, like the night moon, birds, fish, shells, water lilies, and branches from the nature surrounding this magical wetland.

Zirbnlikör packaging by Zunder

February 20th, 2017

The main focus of his limited ”Zirbn” edition is reduction. The liquor is bottled in a container made off Swiss stone pine wood, the feel, the scent and the taste are all imbued by Swiss stone pine.

Momentán wine label by Kiss József Gergely

October 21st, 2016

The concept of the wine labels is based on the name Momentán, meaning In the Moment. Hourglass shaped label and the falling typography evokes the concept of passing time.

Et Cetera wine label by Shumi Love Design

August 25th, 2016

The main stylistic element of the brand – the sight of ellipsis – was used several times in different zones of the package in order to amplify the brand’s recognizability.

GREY branding by Makers & Allies

July 20th, 2016

A custom watercolor pattern was created for each varietal, reminiscent of an inkblot test, encouraging the consumer to find the wolf within.

Kiehl’s branding and packaging by Andrea Ribera & Paloma Balardrón

July 15th, 2016

We wanted to recover the aesthetics of the ancient apothecaries, creating a label manually modified and classic details. We gave an importance to the skeleton, characteristic of Kiehl’s stores, drawn as a character, with his well maintained beard and his unsullied robe.

Noble Brewer branding by Noise 13

July 12th, 2016

We designed a logo, label, and print collateral that reflects the organic, clean aesthetic of the brand. A simple color palette and textural qualities coincide with the brand’s overall effortless and hand-crafted nature.

A L’Olivier identity and packaging by Ana Paulsen

May 30th, 2016

The label is more modern and streamlined allowing the consumer to easily find it on the shelf and identify what it is. The colour palette gives the consumer further clarification as to the contents of the infused oils without overpowering the brand.

Piquentum St.Vital label by Studio Sonda

May 5th, 2016

Circles, as standard meteorological rain symbols, show the amount of rainfall in a particular month. They have been reduced to basic symbols, considering that wine produced by nature doesn’t require additional decorations.

Jac+ Jack store by George Livissianis, Sydney – Australia

April 21st, 2016

Parts of the concrete shell, most notably the ceiling with meandering utility pipes and pillars, form an integral part of a beautifully balanced monochrome palette of grey hues.