Posts Tagged ‘Packaging’

Quinux packaging by Regina Kaun

November 6th, 2017

The concept that inspired me was the Mayan Quincunx, a glyph in the form of a rhombus that represents a star, or Venus. The materials that I chose were concrete and different tones of wood. For the marbles, I chose gold, silver and copper finishes, to represent the stars.

Sea Foam face cream packaging by Tanya Farba

November 3rd, 2017

To prolong your relaxation, we came up with the design of a series of packages “Sea Foam”. Let this facial cream take care of your skin just as gently as sea foam.

Orino Honey packaging by DEEPBLUE design

November 2nd, 2017

The aim was to create a simple and direct Greek visual identification of the product, through graphics and the words “100% Greek Honey”.

ACH Vegan Chocolate packaging by Gintarė Marcinkevičienė

November 1st, 2017

Six bright and mutually contrasty designs are supplemented with handmade illustrations. They instantly inform about the features and special matches of magnificent flavours.

Sacred Spirits English Peated Whisky packaging by Hart & Jones

October 26th, 2017

Sacred’s co-founder, Hilary Whitney, adds “Hart & Jones have developed a unique and beautiful design language for whiskies that started with our outstandingly successful whisky liqueur and will continue with exciting launches in the future.”

Lithuanian Vodka Unique packaging by Edvardas Kavarskas

October 25th, 2017

A matted black bottle, a logo printed with matte gold foil, an attention-getting ornament of two visibility levels that’s covered in shiny gold foil – all these elements became part of the exceptional design solution.

Marchesi’s Pack – Company Activity by David Bonanni

October 24th, 2017

The brief required the creation of a pack to contain a different flyer, talking about the activity of Marchesi, to send for acquire and make known the company to new client.

Gran Cruz chocolate packaging by SHIFT

October 23rd, 2017

The chocolate itself, seen as a “food of the gods” in Aztec culture and the result of great work and effort, is portrayed as a valued award. With this in mind we opted to create a visual language that alludes to Latin America´s colonial era´s craftsmanship and military recognitions in the form of a “Cruz” or medal, hence the name Gran Cruz.

Healtheorem packaging by SOYUZ²

October 19th, 2017

The texture and foil stamping are what makes this packaging truly stunning. Pack identification is in a form of a plus/cross made by ’T’ and ‘H’ letters and colour squares are use for SKU coding.

Whistle Blower Tea Co. packaging by Black Squid Design

October 13th, 2017

Taking inspiration from whistleblowers, code breaking, redacted documents and data leaks, we trialed many combinations of missing letters to achieve the most readable outcome, with the brain naturally filling in the gaps in the logo.

St. Emiliano – Honey And Herbs packaging by noon branding+design

October 12th, 2017

Illustrated on the white surface of the packaging are the main elements of the village; the characteristic hill with planted rows of trees, water of the river and the lake, and a house of bees, who pollinate the plants and collect honey.

Danke Dairy Products packaging by AIDA PIONEER Branding & Creative

October 11th, 2017

Logo “crowns” products, creating reference to a European status and standards of quality dairy products. Logoblok complements the new slogan: “The quality is the taste.”

Organic Honey packaging by Anna Lengyel

October 10th, 2017

The label consists of five different layers, all made from different papers, each layer representing a different aspect of the product. I also used various printing processes like foil stamping, digital printing and letterpress to enhance this message.

Coffee Gator packaging by Tidy Studio

October 9th, 2017

With striking packaging, snappy animations and a cohesive collection of accompanying branded material, Tidy Studio helped Coffee Gator to secure partnerships with high-profile retailers including John Lewis.

Light of Hope lamp and packaging by Mitja Schneehage & Michael Wilde

October 7th, 2017

The designers Mitja Schneehage and Michael Wilde have developed a unique lamp with parts made of burnt forest wood: the design concept »LIGHT OF HOPE«. For this purpose, the concept is to manufacter the carbon filament from charcoal taken from burned rainforest.

Perro Agave mezcal packaging by Saturna Studio

October 6th, 2017

Perro Agave is more than just a brand, they are an organization committed to distribute and offer PR services to enhance and positioning local and independent brands of Sotol and Mezcal. Organizing clandestine distillates tastings, they take new flavors and experiences to the palate of the Mezcal lovers.

Muscat of Limnos packaging by Luminous Design Group

October 3rd, 2017

Wanting to emphasise the origins, we designed a monogram from the initials of the greek words Moschato and Lemnos, the two letters that also constitute the code for the determination of the PDO of the product.

Pchak packaging by Backbone Branding

October 2nd, 2017

While creating Pchak we didn’t want to go far from the original idea by including additional design elements. We used the same approach for naming “Pchak” which is the Armenian equivalent of “tree hollow”.

Molina Chai Concan packaging by YD Studio

September 29th, 2017

We wanted to create a logo and packaging by mixing the art of Maya with the ancient Indian culture, African landscapes with ethnic prints. We took several tea flavors with vanilla, sandalwood, honey, herbs, and spices and tried to imagine what color corresponds to each of them, then developed several variants of packaging for various flavors.

YAN juice packaging by Backbone Branding

September 28th, 2017

The concept of the bottle was designed based on biomimicry principles: bitten apples put one after another which serves as a visual feature for the shape of the bottle. This way of arranging the bottles allows for a significant save of space both on shelves and in a container.