Posts Tagged ‘packaging design’

Stop The Water While Using Me! design by KOREFE

August 2nd, 2011

The structural design solution for this high quality line of organic care products gives a puristic and ambitious impression. The unconventional brand name refers to the demand to meet the requirements of an eco-sensitive society: Stop The Water While Using Me!

Betty Barclay CHIC design by Interbrand Hamburg

July 1st, 2011

As one of the leading international ladies wear companies, the Betty Barclay brand stands for high quality, modernity, superiority and authority – a lifestyle that combines business and pleasure. These characteristics are reflected in the brand and packaging design created for the new Betty Barclay fragrance.

Nike Vapor Strobe Eyewear by James Owen

July 1st, 2011

James Owen Design and Nike teamed up to create fresh new packaging and eyewear cases for the Nike Vapor Strobe Eyewear product. We love the continuity of the design from the product design, the case, and the packaging design, the used of the green and black on every element (even a tiny hint of it on the case).

Tamara Radivojevic Fashion Studio from D signed by, Belgrade

June 24th, 2011

The concept is an analysis of the ideas, fabrics, colors and designers’ work & personality: ‘‘fabric over fabric’’ or ‘‘combining hard with light materials’’- glass with concrete, or tin/stainless steel with plaster. The shop supplies itself by natural light through open-back windows that make the interior space, made visibly larger by prolonged existing window apertures and the possibility of using the window bench for sitting/hiding heating system, visible to the passing spectators.

Hugo Boss socks packaging by Sabotage PKG

June 15th, 2011

London-based Sabotage PKG has created the packaging for the latest addition to the Hugo Boss Orange range, the Fit Plus Liner fashion sock. This collection is considered as a fashion rather than a sports accessory and the packaging design is aimed at showing the consumer the sock is engineered to stay fitted to the foot rather than slip into the shoe.

Speedo Fast-Skin by Checkland Kindleysides

June 14th, 2011

“The skin of the shark was the inspiration for the fabric of the Speedo Fast-Skin suit; the shark’s egg formed the inspiration of our packaging design. A net pouch was created into which the suit can be compressed into the smallest form.”

Lee Skinny Jeans Packaging

May 27th, 2011

With the Lee Skinny campaign generating a mad rush at all Lee stores, we decided to take it one step further. Lee wanted to be the brand for skinny jeans. So we created a packaging design that matched the season’s hottest trend – skinny.