Archive for the ‘branding’ category

Star Wars Light and Dark perfume packaging by Perfected Designs

January 22nd, 2018

The brief required the fragrances to be sold as two individual products and a twin set that would appeal to both the mainstream consumer, passionate collector and nostalgic purchaser to celebrate and capture the enormous consumer demand for the iconic Star Wars franchise.

Gallery & Co. branding by Foreign Policy

January 22nd, 2018

Key graphic elements formulating the visual language include basic shapes and rudiments such as the circle, line, square, and triangle, as well as colours such as blue, green, yellow and red – a palette we were first introduced to as kids when we start drawing.

Tracta Extreme Masks packaging by Tamiris Lima

January 18th, 2018

The initial challenge of the project was to create a product that stood out visually at the points of sale, but at the same time did not mischaracterise the brand, known for the quality of products and the best cost-benefit.

The Marimorena Albariño 2016 packaging by Estudio Maba

January 17th, 2018

The illustration of the fish happens to throw a look backwards, towards the classic illustrations of the old nature and botanical cards, adding to this visual code a good dose of emotionality.

Swiss 15 – The dairy train packaging by CreativeByDefinition

January 16th, 2018

The organic shapes of the products are using light and clean lines in their design composition and also natural, bio-degradable materials – glass, cork, natural wax.

Cocoon Snacks packaging by Yolanda Sabuz & Sandra Solanas

January 15th, 2018

A new snack made with cricket flour and filling with delicious creams based on insects and spices, representing the five continents, following recipes inspired by all of them. We create two packages, individual and by four.

ROCKTAILS branding by B&B Studio

January 13th, 2018

B&B studio has introduced a refined yet characterful brand identity to reflect the quality of the drink, craft of the steam-distillation process and character of the flavour.

Smari Cretan Honey packaging by Leftgraphic

January 12th, 2018

The hexagons that move freely in space symbolize the bees, which gather together to form a new hive. At the center of the hive there is the queen. Perfect symmetrical shapes suggest a well organized bee society. The hexagon, using motifs from the Cretan textile industry, captures the new hive and the result is right!

Two/six project by A-Side Studio

January 11th, 2018

Six breweries form two teams to create two rival brews, over the course of a weekend. This year, Arbor Brewing, Beavertown, Cloudwater Brewery, Harbour Brewing Co, Siren Craft Brew and The Wild Beer co gathered to craft a Saison and IPA.

Cumpleaños feliz Packaging by Los Fígaro

January 9th, 2018

We handcrafted every bottle with a frosted glass bottom, a copper spray paint splash and a minimal label with a nice message that goes: ‘Thanks for being part of our first year. A tasty mezcal for those days of inspiration, for the stumbles, for the findings and for you. Cheers!’

Chef Gourmet brand identity by Ricebean Studio

January 9th, 2018

To give different personalities to each of the menus, we chose two different styles of handwriting typography and a varied color palette. The Executive Menu uses shades of yellow and orange and a typography inspired by the vernacular calligraphy, referring to the popular dishes of Chef Gourmet. Tones of green and a brush script typography, smoother and more fluid, refer to the lighter dishes of the Fit Menu.

Comtesse Du Barry Christmas Coffret And Advent Calendar 2017 by 2S Global Design

January 5th, 2018

Comtesse du Barry wished to develop a range of unforgettable Christmas boxes that would be up to this moment. In 2017, Comtesse du Barry immersed in the wonderful world of origami.

Malmö Chokladfabrik Bars & Cones packaging by Pond Design

January 4th, 2018

Using the brand’s distinctive design elements, Pond Design created a design with strong flavour cues, graphic simplicity and typographical detailing, strengthening visibility and accessibility. The design creates a friendly, happy and tasty expression that invites trial and experimentation.

CopperMuse Rum packaging by Emrich Office

January 4th, 2018

We focused on deco-inspired patterns and rich colors. Subtly, this solution still evokes a tropical atmosphere of waves, sunny days, and hot nights.

Branding for Comet by Generous

December 21st, 2017

Everything is thought and structured to optimize efficiency. Every detail strengthen the ability for the visitors to share, to be creative and to focus. COMET demonstrates an expertise on getting productive through well-being. A brand speech forging the core brand DNA and vision.

Roots packaging by Atelier Nese Nogay

December 18th, 2017

The aim was to reflect the high quality of their food with freshness and healthiness aspects. We used gold foil with the stickers. Tags can be stamped according to their specific nutritional benefits.

Cup of Joy coffee packaging by Atelier Nese Nogay

December 15th, 2017

We were given the responsibility for their entire branding, including packaging. We used gold foil with blind emboss on the stickers for the craft packaging.

My Greek Honey packaging by Media Designers

December 13th, 2017

The packaging strategy had one goal – to be recognized easily as honey and stand out within the competition in a highly modern way. The beehive as an inspiration was the perfect tool.

lxhua – multifunctional vase label by Regina Kaun

December 12th, 2017

When buying an Ixhua, you are also supporting Mexican crafts made by women in need of work. Inside the ceramic container, it contains a compressed Canadian moss pellet, which works to germinate seeds.

Redemption Roasters packaging by Here Design

December 11th, 2017

Here Design introduced a strong, simple logo that brings together the two ‘Rs’ of the brand name into a keyhole form to represent the unlocking of a prison door and the unlocking of untapped potential.