Posts Tagged ‘chocolate bar’

Willie’s Kitchen Range packaging by BrandOpus

April 19th, 2017

Following on from the overwhelming success of his chocolate bar and chefs’ ingredients ranges, Willie has developed Willie’s Kitchen range as a way to inspire people to use chocolate in more adventurous ways.

Chocólatras Kiosk by Studio Cinque, Porto Alegre – Brazil

August 11th, 2016

The project is monochromatic in tones of chocolate and black, with some of the brand’s more vibrant colors incorporated into the visual communication. To speak to chocolate lovers in a more direct fashion, the kiosk was decorated with images of their range of products along with sentences that invite the client to indulge.

Parra Chocolate packaging by Shake Design

February 16th, 2016

Instead of a traditional red wrapper, each individual piece of the “Para” Chocolate bar has a unique design and can be folded into one-of-a kind paper sculptures of cows using origami, thus giving the campaign its unique name: Origamoo.

jcoco Pop-up Shop by MG2, Bellevue – Washington

July 14th, 2015



jcoco is an American couture chocolate line that draws inspiration from global flavors and high fashion to present distinctive products that also give back to the community.

Hershey’s Chocolate World by JGA at New York-New York Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas – Nevada

May 8th, 2015

Entering through a gigantic chocolate bar, guests are immersed in more than 800 candy and chocolate offerings.

Le Chocolat des Français Packaging

April 9th, 2015

Le chocolat des Français is a line of French chocolate bars that have a playful, and unique brand identity featuring a variety of amazing illustrations on its packaging.

Reserves packaging by Maija Rozenfelde

May 19th, 2014

An important part of the shape is that it is breaking the convention of a regular chocolate bar, but it can still be stacked conveniently on the shelf.

CHOCOLATIER! Maison des Maîtres Chocolatiers Belges by Minale Design Strategy, Brussels

December 1st, 2012

In a singular manner, the floor, walls, and ceiling are treated in a chocolate colour which can be clearly observed from the street. The edges and corners of the room are pulled out in a three dimensional, multifaceted surface that reflect light at different angles.