Archive for the ‘packaging’ category

O.LIVE packaging by Aris Goumpouros

September 13th, 2017

Inspired from the classical Hellenistic era ornaments, the featured elements were designed to form a cohesive brand identity and give emphasis in Greek origin, quality and credibility. The O.LIVE symbol depicts the olive tree and it’s fruit in combination with the sun.

Cortijo Abades packaging by Buenaventura

September 11th, 2017



The challenge was to be able to merge the ideas of tradition and origin with a modern and distinctive design which would eventually step away from the crowded mass. With this brand restyling and packaging design, we managed to level the consumer’s experience of tasting this impressive EVOO with experience of buying an also unique and distinctive piece of art.

Henry’s Original cannabis packaging by Pavement

September 8th, 2017

Reminiscent of vintage apothecary labels, an unassuming brand was crafted that focuses on communicating the superior quality of Henry’s Original heirloom cannabis. Custom box structures constructed of natural papers and fine gold foil details lend a sophisticated appearance to this unpretentious brand.

XianMoFang Grain Powder packaging by NIO NI

September 6th, 2017

Draw the natural appearance of the grain with an illustration. So that buyers can see the original look of grain.

Urban Bloom packaging by ProcessAG

September 5th, 2017

It’s a “lack of design”, that articulate the calmness in our product. A calmness that starts from our matte black packaging that void of sales pitches all the way through the tactile intimate feel of our product as you sleep.

T2 Tea hosts Shoreditch artist’s workshop at London Design Festival

September 4th, 2017

Contemporary Aussie tea specialist T2 will host a week-long open workshop at its Shoreditch store showcasing the talent of some of London’s most exciting and diverse artists and illustrators to celebrate this year’s London Design Festival.

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.

Royal Salute – Festive Pack by Tom Lane

September 1st, 2017

The idea derived from ‘The Field of the Cloth of Gold’, a 1520 meeting between the kings of England and France. Taking inspiration from the awnings and fabrics of the occasion.

Terra & Cor – Special Coffee packaging by Musen Design

August 31st, 2017

The challenge here was to create a line of 3 coffee blends to be sold at Terra & Cor – Contemporary Gastronomy. The restaurant’s proposal is a flexible, creative and cheerful cuisine with surprisingly well-prepared dishes that prioritize fresh ingredients and local products.

Moco Roca coffee packaging by Oddlair Design Co.

August 30th, 2017

An intense heat where a mediocre brand gets easily roasted, Moco Roca needed to establish itself as the specialty bean miners of premium brew blends.

Forest & Shore packaging by Claire Hartley

August 29th, 2017

The brand identity needed to be reflective of their organic approach and packaging designed to feel beautifully natural and premium. Simplicity was key, with a soft colour palette taking inspiration from both the forest and shore – paired with clean typography and delicate illustrations.

Entourage packaging by Progress Packaging

August 28th, 2017

Progress Packaging produced 250 bespoke luxury paper bags for Entourage’s London base. Made from Colorplan Real Grey Silkweave embossed paper, they were fitted with grey grosgrain knotted handles, which were sourced to compliment the Colorplan paper used. The inside of the bag had a one-colour print, while the outer was foil blocked in two positions using two different colours: black and rose gold.

Sum of the Parts beer packaging by Toolbox Design

August 24th, 2017

The result is this gilded beauty, covered in gold Prisma foil, which deconstructs the recipe for beer. A typographic interpretation of the ingredients of beer. The package was displayed at Victoria Craft Beer Week in Canada.

Rocc! Raw Organic Chocolate packaging concept by Tibor Hegedues

August 22nd, 2017

The first RAW chocolate that really rocks. Wild animals symbolize the power and origin of the cocoa. Each animal represents the percentage of the cocoa.

Charanda by Sociedad Anónima, Mexico

August 19th, 2017


For the bottle’s design, we took inspiration from old formats, using smooth lines.

Mena Dhu beer packaging by WPA Pinfold

August 17th, 2017

The naming and design is inspired by Cornish provenance and the graphic is inspired by the Celtic stone carvings that are to be found in the area. This is a new generation stout that combines the best of the old with added complexity, flavour and refreshment of the new wave craft – the design appeals to both markets.

O-ganic Crop by Box Brand Design, Hong Kong

August 16th, 2017


The strong differentiation through color, framed by the clean, pure, white background makes these products fresh and natural.

UDOL beer packaging by Christian Úbeda

August 15th, 2017

Meaning to approach a young, culture-focused target, the company’s identity, labels and other elements were designed on the basis of a sober yet powerful layout, as opposed of most current breweries, which goes for a more minimal and simple approach.

TAULA Flower Essential Oil (Concept) by Krisztina Németh, Budapest – Hungary

August 12th, 2017


The package’s contemporary, elegant and traditional style reflects the present use of oils, which perfectly works as an interior design accesory at the same time.