Alishan Tea branding and packaging by Victor Design
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This packaging is part of our Clean Clothes Project- an initiative to make clothes in the cleanest way possible. The shirts are made with organic cotton and dyed using all natural-dyes. We replaced the standard poly-bag by making these recycled paper bags to keep both the clothes and the environment clean.
For our Silvertip brush we only use the highest grade Badger hair available. The handle is made from a solid piece of aluminum, turned on a lathe, and hand polished to a mirror finish. Every piece, even down to the packaging, is produced in small sets and by hand maintaining the highest level of quality.
This package series contains a blue milk carton, a brown chocolate milk carton, and a yellow juice carton. The juice carton is taller and thinner in order to differentiate it from the look of an old metal milk container. The minimalist design of the front of the packages will distinguish them on shelves from other current designs.
The design language is inspired by R&B’s resolutely hand crafted product – as such, every element on the packaging is rendered by hand, including the bar code. Bold silhouette key illustrations take their cues from the beers’ quirky naming conventions, and strong colours aid standout and shelf blocking.
The cellar Piedmont Fontanafredda he collaborates with Kubedesign, the Italian leader in the manufacturing of cardboard also in the furniture industry for the design and implementation of sustainable packaging for its bottles. The packaging were, conceived and designed by the architect Roberto Giacomucci, and have the character to become, after use, in furnishing the house.
Madhava recently launched a line of certified organic honey that is as close to being straight out of the hive as you can palatably get. The packaging for their sweet nectar needed to be as equally natural and raw. Traditional mason jars, brightly colored, hand-painted labels and hand drawn type were a perfect fit.