Archive for the ‘packaging’ category

BerryBon – The vitamin bonbon packaging by Diana Ghyczy

December 15th, 2016


The brand essence is the unexpectedness, because it’s not a simple dessert: unexpected taste (because of the lightly sour red fruit filling), the qualities (bonbon with vitamin? wow!) and the communication as well. So the slogan became: Unexpect everything!

Panissimi Premium Fit Snack packaging by Kreatív Vonalak

December 14th, 2016


Panissimi products are made in Italy following an ancient recipe which is used for making an oven baked, additive-free bread since thousands of years. Thanks to the natural ingredients, our boldly innovative snacks contain fibers, vitamins and minerals.

Yorkie’s Gourmet Recipe branding by CreativeBYDefinition

December 14th, 2016



The white box with black accents was inspired by a very special Yorkshire terrier and is combining elegant features with playful ones. One of its main purposes is reinventing the image of pet food, giving it personality and meaning.

Shi Gu Ping Tea packaging concept by Tin Chan

December 13th, 2016


In this packaging structure, I am to ensure that the choice of environmentally friendly materials and lightweight design is a must. This is the first time trying such an unique packaging. The picking leaves, inkjet texture, combination packaging process is a very interesting and fun attempt.

Carioca rebrand and interior design by Offbeat Creative, London – UK

December 12th, 2016

The use of unique patterns and energetic colour combinations give each dish its own character. Offbeat Creative has transformed the interior design to replicate elements of the favela through reclaimed materials, including corrugated steel and OSB board

Choco & Co Special Edition packaging by Isabel de Peque

December 9th, 2016



Packaging, Naming & Branding Special edition of chocolate bars collection for a coffee and chocolate company based in Madrid, New York, Paris, and London. In this edition the different kinds of chocolate had to show a typical material used in each city.

Jameson Whiskey – The Deconstructed Series packaging by Pond Design

December 8th, 2016



Using the idea of a ship as a focal point, three unique ships symbolize the different blends’ unique personalities and express the taste of the whiskey while maintaining references to the Jameson world.

Alto da Invernadinha wine packaging by Priscyla Falkenburger

December 7th, 2016



In the wine label we see the mountains in the counter-shape and in the champagne we see them being formed by the yellow and orange lines. We also see a sun coming up through the hills.

Olaf Swedish Sardines packaging by Alena Ploski

December 6th, 2016



The package is shaped like a fish that wraps around the can and can be easily removed to discover the nutritional information on the inside of the label. Fish shaped, color coded.

Generous Wines branding by The show must go on

December 3rd, 2016



The show must go on, we renovate the image of the Generous Wines of Bodegas Salado. The value of its production processes – still the same since 1810 – inspired our proposal: a premium design, modernized and rich in details, faithful to the Andalusian origins of Bodegas Salado.

Oco2 home camera branding by Accuraten

December 1st, 2016

Our designers developed 3 versions of packaging for different use cases and markets. We found compact and beautiful way to lay all components and accessories in the box, choose materials and designed 3D model of packaging. We developed manual design and branded stickers for Oco2.

Dzielić Wódka packaging by Morgan Glisczinski

November 30th, 2016


Decorative folk art is a big part of the Polish culture so I wanted the majority of my design to feel handmade to resemble the handmade craft that most Polish folk art is.

Turmeon Honey Vermouth packaging

November 29th, 2016



Now Turmeon has again created a special image for its new product: Turmeon Honey. This is the world’s first vermouth sweetened with honey, and it has just been launched at the Salmón Gurú gastrobar in Madrid, the new establishment with Argentinian bartender Diego Cabrera at the helm.

Nuts and Peanuts Packages by Ayala Tal

November 28th, 2016

The packages are shaped with geometric shapes of animals, and contain different amount of nuts and peanuts (in wide and thin measures), according to their animals. For example the giraffe package is taller than the lion’s package. The inspiration to the color palette and the ״see through״ holes that created is from the Fashion world and African dresses design.

San Mai Knife packaging by Zach Pater

November 25th, 2016



This premium line of Japanese cooking knives are used to prepare the most select delicacies of the Japanese culture. The packaging is to reflect and showcase the historic process of forging these specific blades.

Balance Water branding by Graphic Opera

November 24th, 2016


The client asked us to create a colorful brand, we decided against our philosophy to use 21 colors. It was a conscious choice and a challenge. The brand identity is based on a geometrical grid and a modular system, such combination together with the rhythmic movement of the color elements works for the brand recognizability.

Nami branding concept by Funky Business® Branding Agency

November 23rd, 2016



The task is complicated by the fact that the brand will be contrary to the common market stylistics, as it will spread through the Barbershop. The power of Japanese samurai image and the surrounding traditions has become the main line of the buyer to the brand identification and solution of the problem.

Lux et Terra Candles packaging by Caribou Creative

November 22nd, 2016



After struggling to find candles on the market that were made from anything other than soy and paraffin, they soon got to work and Lux et Terra was born. All candles are poured by hand and made in small batches in their Fernwood kitchen home on Vancouver Island.

Jinnam Agricultural Corporation branding by ContentFormContext

November 17th, 2016



Inspired by the scenery of Munkyung, we drew imaginary village where people are working at farms to make high quality products. The village was drawn based on two Korean letters, “Jin” and “Nam”. We wanted to develop 3 versions of the village.

Happy End Tequila packaging concept by Chiapa Design

November 16th, 2016



We have worked with a premium concept for the brand, mainly using more basic colors such as black and white in contrast with a blue gradient, bringing a distinctive graphic appeal for this special line.