Archive for the ‘branding’ category

My Little Spa packaging by étiquette

March 21st, 2017

A box format was chosen to house the set. It is convenient for both, displaying it in the SPA lobby and putting it in your suitcase. The open box also allows the contents to be seen and inspected by the customer. It has enduring appeal even after the original contents have been used.

Budoubatake branding by Kenma

March 20th, 2017

The package widens the choice of purchase such as set and set. The design, which illustrates different varieties of grapes, will arouse consumers’ interest toward learning about grapes. And it’ll also lead them to purchase different products of their favorite grape.

Twisting Spirits packaging by Lyon & Lyon

March 18th, 2017

TS’s gins have very distinctive flavours; we wanted the consumer to experience each flavour before tasting it, which is hard with a clear liquid. So we open sourced their ingredient data, representing every ingredient as a coloured bar, the more of it the bigger the bar.

Really Simple Water packaging by Packvisuals

March 17th, 2017

The main inspiration came from the waves and I always wanted a distilled water design that is really simple. To feel simple is to feel relax. The distilled water PET bottle mock-up is available for sale so you can own a part of simple.

Nilüfer Organic Herb Tea packaging by Corn Studio

March 16th, 2017

Packaging Design for “Nilüfer Organic Herb Tea” from Singapore. We designed four packaging boxes for each flavour, with pale colours and delicate typography. We also illustrated the ingredients.

Amphora Olympia Olive oil packaging by Sophia Georgopoulou | Design

March 15th, 2017

The circle in the middle of the logo symbolizes the olive oil and ancient Olympia (letter O) and is placed at the center of an amphora shape which is inspired by the letter A of the word Amphora, and all together are concealed in a black circle.

EXPONENTA packaging by AIDA PIONEER Branding & Creative

March 14th, 2017

EXPONENTA – functional fermented beverage with high whey protein content. The product is perfect for people leading an active lifestyle and exercise; it helps to keep body in shape, perfectly satisfies hunger and is an important component of a balanced diet.

Winslow Brew Co. branding by The Potting Shed

March 13th, 2017

The name literally means shadow in French but when pronounced sounds like the French for Amber. The name therefore has a juxtaposition of meaning which we represented in the light and shade of the design. The ‘O’ sits in a theme of the brewery’s product identities of lettered labels meaning Ombre sits neatly next to it’s brother Alias.

Packaging design for Saxo – dry gin by creativeBYdefinition

March 11th, 2017

A mix of dark contrasts, curve lines and fade in images are creating this packaging design and the jazz atmosphere. It seems like the sound of the saxophone music wants to get inside the glass bottle and curve it like it was a sculptor.

Scappino Underwear Packaging System by Due Punti D-sign

March 10th, 2017

We got rid of the classic photo of a muscle man wearing each piece, and replaced it with a window the shape of the item contained in the box. The window would give all the needed info at a glance: type of garment and colour.

La Victoria Pharmacy by Marketing Jazz, Madrid – Spain

March 10th, 2017

One of the aspects that has grabbed the attention of the pharmacy’s regular customers most has been the light. We have incorporated lighting in the vintage shop furnishings associated with the sale of skincare and natural products.

Chiraz dried fruits packaging concept by Centennials design studio

March 9th, 2017

“Chiraz” brand is a collection of dried fruits and chocolate bars. The colors of boxes are bright because dried fruits are made from exotic fruits.The peculiarities of chocolate bars lies in its nucleus and based on this feature we decided to name this collection “Chiraz”.

Cafe Penny Lane branding by YNL Design

March 8th, 2017

Branding & graphic design studio YNL DESIGN worked with cafe Penny Lane to develop a new brand identity for its cafe chain. The main color is natural deep green and pale pink color and has created a subtle depth and sophisticated atmosphere.

Nomad Retail Design & Brand Comms by Mynt, Manchester – UK

March 7th, 2017

The new graphic communication links Nomad with the destinations, “Be Nomad ready” reinforces our position of being your trusted travelling companion. Staff travel advisers are on-hand to “talk travel” as our in-store call centre sits at the heart of the arrival zone.

Hidden Fortress Coffee Roasters by Erickson Design

March 6th, 2017

Nestled in the hills, Hidden Fortress micro-farm is essentially a hidden fortress. The brand took some influence from the classic Japanese film, “Hidden Fortress” from which the roastery derived its name.

Thatchers Stan’s branding by Cookchick Design

March 4th, 2017

Stan, as the second generation Thatcher, was the first true cider crafter so we felt it fitting that the range carried his name. Stan’s love of crafting different blends saw him line up barrels of his cider in a converted Dovecote at Myrtle Farm ready for the locals to come and enjoy.

Remory Card Game packaging by Balázs Szemmelroth

March 3rd, 2017

ReMory is a memory card game. The name comes from the ‘remember’ and the ‘memory’ words. The package’s design is clear at the outside but when you open it, the pattern – which was made from the logomark – make it playful. Just like the game self, simple but fun.

OriginalCare Mask packaging by Yi-ting Lin

March 2nd, 2017

OriginalCare cherishes the grace given by nature and insists on the extraction of raw materials from pure high quality natural plants. So we will be raw materials to be totem, interspersed in the packaging; efficacy also with their own icons, and then used to distinguish between different colors, showing the brand given to the skin without burden and do not hurt the spirit of the Earth’s environment.

PAOS Premium Soap packaging by Balázs Kétyi

March 1st, 2017

Premium soap packaging, using vectorized soap patterns. The little pictograms on the side of the boxes tells us, what kind of soap do we find inside the package.

The Bijou Factory DIY jewelry branding by Phoenix, the Creative Studio

February 28th, 2017

We conceived a fresh, colourful and soft packaging that matches the jewelry as well as the target customers. The shapes appearing on the box are reminiscent of handmade work and reminds us of the different pieces of the jewelry. In order to support the DIY aspect of the brand, we have created labels that directly include the buyer in the experience: a jewel “made by you”.