Archive for the ‘branding’ category

Bestours Christmas Window Display 2016 by Mateo Fumero, Barcelopna – Spain

January 25th, 2017

Less elements, to let them communicate by himselfs. Whool Felt and Gold where the main characters. The suitcase, molded in plaster and manually gold leaf, is suspended over 16 meters of raw whool felt bending over in decorative shapes.

Click Clack Kitchenware packaging by Dow Design Ltd

January 24th, 2017

A brand that talks to you, and helps you make sense of all those container options. What for what? What will fit my 900g bag of flour? Can I cook with this one? This makeover of an already established brand has opened up new retail doors that the brand had never dreamed of.

LIEBELEI Duftmanufaktur by SOERENTIBOR

January 23rd, 2017

Beautiful Home Fragrances by SOERENTIBOR. The products have such nice names as “Cloud 7”, “Morning Dew”, “Sea Lust”, etc.

Boutinot Montevista wine rebranding by Biles Hendry

January 21st, 2017

At first glance the name Montevista leads you to seeing a mist covered mountain. As the bottle rotates and more or the background is revealed on the integrated back label, the condor appears and the mountain becomes a detail of the condor’s outstretched wing.

FEMI Stories branding by Lange & Lange

January 20th, 2017

Femi Pleasure will now be called Femi Stories and feature a new logo that speaks to the message behind the brand.

deFuroner olive oil branding by mr – Michael Reichen

January 19th, 2017

deFuroner combines a first-class olive oil production with a respectful, simple, down-to-earth and traditional caring for a millennia-long cultural landscape.

El Cantizal Extra Virgin Olive Oil packaging by Alice Pesenti

January 18th, 2017

The objective was to create an image that could express the warm and powerful energy of Andalucía, and also to create a unique brand that stands out from its competitors.

Almay Cosmetics packaging by Brittany Scannicchio

January 17th, 2017

The goal of this redesign was to showcase Almay’s use of gentle and non-irritating ingredients that work for all complexions. Dynamic geo-patterns were used to represent the unique attributes of each woman’s skin as well as the color-coded shade system to position Almay as an all-inclusive brand.

Dimarcos Christmas windows 2016 by Elit Visual, Bucaramanga – Colombia

January 17th, 2017

The spotligth in the window was a tree with lights and paper flowers with half inch hanging white cloth tapes with small cristal clear snowflakes at the end. Each tree was made of many pieces of a death tree branches chopped by local Fire Deparment one night after a huge storm that destroyed the woods in a park in our city.

Vignamaggio branding by Lander Project

January 16th, 2017

Vignamaggio is one of Tuscany’s oldest farming estates, a Renaissance treasure trove in the heart of the Chianti region, positioned on the hills at the source of the Greve River.

Allover Premium Scented Candles packaging by Spyros Doukas

January 13th, 2017

The concept was defined by the creation of a unique, standalone symbol for each of the three scents (A for Amber scent, J for Jasmine, and F for Fig-scented candle.) The symbols naturally derived from the visual language directives of the AllOver® brand logo.

Miko No Yu bath powder packaging by Chiun Hau You

January 11th, 2017

This is a hot spring powder packaging that can allow users to get the most pure and natural way to enjoy the hot spring. Through the different combination of nature materials, creating a simple, natural atmosphere. In the selection of materials, Hau You used stones to represent the natural hot spring landscape, the wooden cap is a symbol of “Japanese bathing items” and by combining the two together it forms a new look and feel.

Vinsanto X wine packaging by Lander Project

January 10th, 2017

Ten long years of waiting have bestowed on Vinsanto X an enveloping aroma of honey and nuts, an aftertaste of almonds and an amber colour with golden reflections. Golden reflections that we have captured on 24 carat gold-embossed labels. 100 limited edition bottles are adorned with gold-embossed labels, 100 unique hand crafted pieces, 100 small works of art meant as precious keepsakes.

Kiyoi packaging & interior by Yusuke Taguchi Design

January 9th, 2017

In graphics, we designed the icons in order to inform a softness of the fabrics, the foaming parometer, and the illustration of a suitable situation.

Pyramida branding by Reynolds and Reyner

January 6th, 2017

Constant improvement of the product, conformity to the global interior fashion trends, as well as distribution through the international market prove the brand to be reloaded in a new European presentation. The updated style reflects the key standards of the new generation equipment production in its best way.

New Bakery Products packaging by Liang Wenhua

January 5th, 2017

Xin gao dian is a well know Chinese desserts brand. In order to present the new style without losing the design, we use the pattern of the cake mold as the master visual.

Serail powdered tea packaging by Ivan Venkov

January 4th, 2017

The central waved shaping of the packaging revealing the green tea tubes in the cut-outs is inspired by the shape and form of tea plantation farms. The sculpted part is devised of a combination of polymer and paper pulp material called Durapulp.

Reflets de France packaging by Maxime Genier

January 4th, 2017

Reflets de France’s products are issued from the French culinary heritage. But what would this heritage be without growers, men and women, young and less young, working every day to spread our land around the world.

ACH Vegan Chocolate Limited edition packaging by Gintarė Ribikauskaitė

January 2nd, 2017

The main goal of these packages is to convey winter and holiday spirit. This is achieved using gold foil, typographical and graphical elements which takes you into the turmoil of sparkling holidays!

Parc Broekhuizen identity by Fitzroy

December 21st, 2016

The buildings on the estate have a historical feel, but all this grandeur can be intimidating too. So Fitzroy wanted a more light-hearted approach to communication in order for Parc Broekhuizen to broaden its appeal to also include a younger crowd. Not by going crazy, but by turning historical elements into something hysterical.