Posts Tagged ‘BRANDING’

Haus of Gaga Concept by Tanner Glaves

June 30th, 2011

“This design aimed to bring Lady Gaga’s concert merchandise and visual system to the same high levels of artistic merit found within the scope of her ground breaking live performances, including a unique packaging system, which most concert merchandise seems to lack.

G-Star Raw ferry

June 30th, 2011

Denim brand G-Star Raw‘s interior design team has fitted out a ferry on the river Amstel in Amsterdam.

Puma Turf skin-care design by Kristin Agnarsdottir

June 28th, 2011

Students were instructed to conceptualize a cohesive skin-care line for an existing brand currently not on the skin-care market. Furthermore students were to be mindful of the chosen brand’s target-audience, presence and over-all aesthetics.

Concepts x Nike SB Dunk Blue Lobster by Creative Pilot

June 27th, 2011

This time around, it’s dangerous! The “Blue Lobster” is a dangerous sub-breed of violent crustaceans that have been wrecking havoc on the otherwise tranquil waters of New England. Priced at $250.00 usd, the actual Blue Lobster sneaker will be bagged, tagged and sealed in a HAZMAT foam container.

Von Eusersdorff brand identity by Boy Bastiaens

June 24th, 2011

Floral designs ubiquitous from the end of the nineteenth century are rare today as most of the contemporary ‘mass market’ perfume labels bear the name of a couture designer. The design for Von Eusersdorf brings back the flower as the traditional ornament for fragrances.

DC Rob Dyrdek RD1 Limited Edition

June 24th, 2011

The packaging for Rob Dyrdek’s new limited edition shoe with DC is a beautiful example of the package complimenting the product.

State of the Obvious design by Mash Creative

June 23rd, 2011

The collection currently consists of Tote Bags, Notebooks, Mugs, T-Shirts and Posters. Each product is supplied with custom branded packaging (selected resellers) which utilises the S/O/T/O theme – ‘This is my Mug Box’, ‘This is my Degradable Polythene Postal Bag’ for example.

Karl Lagerfeld by Boy Bastiaens

June 22nd, 2011

Featuring the pixeled portrait pictogram of the fashion designer and its application as a sublogo on the injection moulded polyurethane in-store sign & packaging, 2007

Jamie Bruski Tetsill

June 22nd, 2011

Identity system and art direction for acclaimed British fashion designer Jamie Bruski Tetsill. Developed to portray his ethos as a designer with a back to basics philosophy that utilises geometric forms and structures. Design implementation applied to Lookbook, Stationery, Tape & Posters.

A&M identity design by province

June 21st, 2011

There can never be enough of great designs, especially when that’s a nice identity design with lots of elements. And when this design is for a new Russian premium and luxury clothing brand. My hat off for province for such a great work, a thoroughlt designed identity, when not a single element is missed, and even buttons are given their own unique style… Lots of work, lots of creativity, and lots of applause for this great identity design.

Excellent Christian Dior design

June 21st, 2011

Excellent Christian Dior design

Society27 Sneakers

June 20th, 2011

“We are few lively minds, with strong roots and bright look for the future. This is our effort to create a new form of product-based multinational community. The Society27 idea is to be in constant metamorphosis and create one coherent group of like-minded people, through the things we create.”

Hayashi design by Hort

June 20th, 2011

Hayashi, a luxury fashion business based in Frankfurt am Main, distributes high fashion and avantgarde clothing from Scandinavia. In addition to a geometrically-reduced wordmark, we developed a visual system based on striking collages which exemplified Hayashi’s progressive ambition of presenting fashion as art.

Houdini Sportswear packaging by Propeller

June 19th, 2011

Houdini develops sportswear that offers comfort regardless of the weather or level of exertion. Their products include base-layer clothing like micro-fiber undershirts and boxers, T-shirts and insulating long johns. What they needed from Propeller was packaging that would communicate their values and make them stand out in stores.

Levi’s Strauss & Co. Men’s Healthcare Line

June 19th, 2011

Lama Khayyat, a MFA graphic design student at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco took inspiration from Levi’s Strauss & Co’s iconic jean tag to create this wonderful men’s healthcare packaging.

CK One & CK Be “we are one” Bottle MP3 Players

June 18th, 2011

As a fragrance alone, CK One would probably not be a something we would feature here, but Calvin Klein re-packaged the product into an interesting casement. As part of the CK “We are One” campaign beginning this March, you will be able to purchase CK One or CK Be with an MP3 player and speaker that ties into their idea of “music as the universal language.” We couldn’t agree more.

Levi’s 501 Fragrance by Qubic New York

June 18th, 2011

Qubic New York was commissioned to concept and design a new fragrance for Levi’s Strauss. Currently still in the connecting phase, the concept and bottle have been well received.

100% recyclable Gucci packaging

June 17th, 2011

In June 2010 Gucci launched a completely new range of packaging, created by Frida Giannnini, that is 100% recyclable. In all of our stores worldwide this packaging will offer a bold new image of luxury that is sensitive to the environment and in keeping with the Gucci heritage of quality and excellence.

Rituals perfume by Matte

June 17th, 2011

Rituals is a mid-priced body and homecare brand established in the Netherlands. The company’s motto is to produce high quality nature inspired products inspired by eastern rituals at a relatively affordable price. Rituals launched their first organic alcohol perfume collection crafted by the world’s best perfumers.

Jewelry packaging Klotz by Gerlinde Gruber

June 16th, 2011

This packaging is made of six identical wooden cubes (nutwood, oiled). A leathern hinge provides the opening function, a paper loop used as closure (a logo can easily be printed on it). KLOTZ is not only for protecting the jewelry, also for presenting it!