Archive for the ‘packaging’ category

ATI Olives packaging by creativeBYdefintion

July 5th, 2016

The packaging design concept for this product started from the organic lines that the olive branch creates under the Greek sun.

Cafe Guillis packaging by Punkt Widzenia

June 29th, 2016

The basic requirement was to create unique packaging, which can be produce in short runs and large volumes. We decided to use international abbreviations of countries to keep all assumptions (doypack + screen printing).

Plast-O packaging by Maïa Faddoul

June 27th, 2016

This new packaging was born simply by reversing the initial box and screen printing the informations of the new product in the virgin side. The bandages are all connected and sealed within a thin paper sleeve, similar to a tape roll inside of the box. Where the roll comes out of the box is small set of metal teeth used to rip off the amount of bandages needed.

Muse Ice Cream packaging by Mô Kalache Design

June 24th, 2016

We wanted the design to be elegant & fun, maintaining the high quality standards of the luxury chocolate shop and incorpoarting rich summer graphics, patterns & colours.

Rivōs packaging by Claudia Lepesqueur, Maria Elipe, Macarena Norambuena

June 22nd, 2016

Rivōs packaging by Claudia Lepesqueur, Maria Elipe, Macarena Norambuena

Laxmi packaging & branding by Ellie Cho

June 21st, 2016

The challenge was to keep the established familiarity of the Indian tradition – while refreshing it – so that it speaks to a younger Indian and American audience.

Alkimia Olive Oil packaging by Nancy Nieto & Isabel Tabarini

June 20th, 2016

Alkimia Olive Oil packaging by Nancy Nieto & Isabel Tabarini

Peter’s Yard Crispbread packaging by Country

June 17th, 2016

Peter’s Yard Crispbread packaging by Country

Higher Living branding and packaging by B&B studio

June 16th, 2016

Infused with ingredient, taste and clever coding, the beautiful bird icon we’ve created for Higher Living effortlessly delivers real personality and the promise of an uplifting experience!

The Olive Co. branding & packaging by Sophie Niman

June 15th, 2016

This re-brand proposal uses poetry and an illustrated olive grain pattern to communicate the story of the olive growing tradition and to showcase The Olive Co’s specialist, unique appreciation of the culture as an art form.

3 ISLAND GIN branding & packaging by Stylianos Ypsilantis

June 13th, 2016

The bottle is refillable and it can be sent back and the distillery will refill it and send it back again, in this way a relationship is build between the customer and the distillery.

Beef & Basics branding by VSM Studio

June 10th, 2016

The logo and a system of quality seals emphasize the choice nature of the products, while the packaging nods to the home-made and local produce, with elements such as stamps and string, making every product a unique item.

This Is Not A Juice, This Is An Invitation by Kissmiklos

June 9th, 2016

I bought 14 pieces of green cold pressed juices. I designed a typical Juice label, which was the invitation. We sent every final personalised juices with bike couriers to the given addresses.

Genetes vegetarian farm bakery packaging by Tun Ho

June 8th, 2016

Genetes vegetarian farm bakery packaging by Tun Ho

Clearly Pure egg packaging, advertising & art direction by Emily Lau

June 7th, 2016

The plastic wrap could directly display the quality of the eggs and emphasizes the smoothness of eggs, which convinces and attracts the customers.

Mochikomugi packaging by Sekilala

June 6th, 2016

Mochikomugi packaging by Sekilala

Basis natural wood treatment identity & packaging by Daniel Lindqvist

June 3rd, 2016

By utilizing a broad palette of wood surfaces a sense of warmth was given to the structures. This warm natural element in combination with a solid typographic system enable an approachable end product that invite to interaction.

DIZ-DIZ Microwave Popcorn by TATABI Studio

June 1st, 2016

DIZ-DIZ Microwave Popcorn by TATABI Studio

Akila packaging by Evan Tolleson

May 31st, 2016

Akila is a monochromatic brand to remind us that no matter where we are from, our creative purpose is the same — to make and to give.

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.