Posts Tagged ‘Packaging’

Rock Arsenal T-shirt package by Ann Leushina

July 6th, 2011

RockArsenal is leading Russian shop for undergrounds. Besides musical instruments, rare records and jewelry it sells tonns of t-shirts. The goal was to invent a new aesthetic and transfer it into firm logo and package to draw a new grown-up and payable customers.

The Hustler redesign by Joy Lin

June 29th, 2011

Today, Hustler has a reputation for being one of the most explicit companies in the sex industry. It is viewed by many as hardcore and freaky, which greatly narrows Hustler’s audience. While competitors like Penthouse and Pleasure Chest have shifted to clean and modern looks, Hustler still holds onto its blatantly raunchy brand.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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!

Hugo Boss packaging by Joe Doucet

June 15th, 2011

When Hugo Boss asked us to reinvent their body wear packaging system, we knew the challenge ahead. The category is a “sea of sameness,” restricted by the cost implications of showing a model’s
face across the volume inherent in body wear.

HUGO x Karim Rashid

June 15th, 2011

HUGO, the younger and edgier collection from Hugo Boss, has worked with designer Karim Rashid on a limited edition perfume bottle. The HUGO perfume was released in 1995 and comes now in the new Rashid bottle, which is limited to 1000 pieces worldwide.

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.

PPC Cement Laptop Bag

June 1st, 2011

Ever feel like your laptop bag feels like a carrying around a bag of cement? Well now it can look like one too. WREN design has created the PPC Cement Laptop Bag. “The PPC Cement Laptop Bag is essentially a laptop bag made out of cement packaging.

Levi’s 501 Colored Pack

June 1st, 2011

Levi’s is introducing a wide range of brightly colored jeans for Spring/Summer 2009. Each pair comes in unique paint can packaging. The style of the packaging and the way it relates to the product is beautiful.

Lee Never Wasted

May 31st, 2011

This may just be the coolest shopping bag EVER. A shopping bag that can be 100% reused one way or the other, designed by Happy Creative Services of India.

Lacoste ECO / Techno polo packaging by Tom Dixon

May 30th, 2011

“In collaboration with Tom Dixon we worked on the branding and packaging for two very different types of polo shirts commissioned by Lacoste. The most eco-friendly way to package a shirt was not to print on the packaging at all but use embossing instead. For the techno polo we designed a speaking label that plays Tom’s voice at the push of a button – very techno.”

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.

Puma eco packaging

May 26th, 2011

The cat’s reducing its carbon paw print with a shoebox that’s more bag than cardboard. Showcased recently at the Design Museum in London, the new packaging will supposedly help the lifestyle apparel company reduce paper use by 65 percent and carbon emissions by 10,000 tons every year.

Nike Dunk High Ueno Panda

May 26th, 2011

In the third installment of Nike’s Japan Dunk Pack, the “Panda” Dunk High is dedicated to Tokyo’s Ueno Park. Ueno Park houses the Giant Panda known as Ling Ling. The panda inspired the make-up of the Dunk High, which sports horsehair on the upper and a black and white color scheme.

Molimao Tshirts

May 25th, 2011

What’s in the box is not cheesy goodness that is Pizza, but cool T-shirts from Malimao. Check it out after the jump!
“Molimao is a T-shirt brand from Sarajevo – capital of No man’s land. Founded in 2010 by Sandin Medjedovic also known as Dream83, Molimao T-shirts are a mash-up of graffiti aesthetics and clean design. Rooted deep in the street culture and independent music scene Molimao celebrates all forms of creativity in it’s journey.”

Jenny Kim Milli Shoe Box

May 24th, 2011

The name Milli is short for “Millimeteres,” the unit that measures the size of bullets. It is also short for “millisecond,” which is often the margin of victory in a foot race. The shoe is placed indside a bullet-shaped box, a symbol of power and speed.