Posts Tagged ‘Packaging’

PAOS Premium Soap packaging by Balázs Kétyi

March 1st, 2017

Premium soap packaging, using vectorized soap patterns. The little pictograms on the side of the boxes tells us, what kind of soap do we find inside the package.

The Bijou Factory DIY jewelry branding by Phoenix, the Creative Studio

February 28th, 2017

We conceived a fresh, colourful and soft packaging that matches the jewelry as well as the target customers. The shapes appearing on the box are reminiscent of handmade work and reminds us of the different pieces of the jewelry. In order to support the DIY aspect of the brand, we have created labels that directly include the buyer in the experience: a jewel “made by you”.

A Pèl Ancestral sparkling wine packaging by Pagà Disseny

February 24th, 2017

A Pèl, the first Loxarel sparkling ancestral. This elaboration method is based on stopping the first fermentation. The grape-juice bottles are introduced in the bottle, where the sugars that are left unfermented will finish the fermentation.

New Old branding by Mother Design

February 24th, 2017

In categories such as fine wines and spirits, ageing is the fundamental indicator of quality and substance. We wanted to use this insight as the foundation of new product line that bottles the essence of ageing and forces us to question our attitudes.

Cobble Hill Soap Co. packaging by Caribou Creative

February 22nd, 2017

Caribou Creative worked on the branding and packaging design for Cobble Hill Soap Co. They focus on providing their customers with the finest, natural ingredients that are sourced with consideration and in partnership with local farmers whenever possible.

Naturval honey packaging by Brandsummit

February 21st, 2017

The first change was to give depth to its visual identity, retaining the original logo, by request of the customer, but migrating from the pretty much seen (in the sector) mustard colour to a blue one.

Eva Parfum packaging concept by Ramona Lusardi

February 21st, 2017

The apple, the symbol of sin and a story that everyone knows … A fragrance retro style, pink gold and precious manufacturing coexist in this packaging.

Zirbnlikör packaging by Zunder

February 20th, 2017

The main focus of his limited ”Zirbn” edition is reduction. The liquor is bottled in a container made off Swiss stone pine wood, the feel, the scent and the taste are all imbued by Swiss stone pine.

Dulux Heritage packaging concept by Thnadech Kummontol

February 15th, 2017

True to the meaning of the word “heritage”, this design borrows from the brand’s visual equity, and pays homage to the original 1930’s pack design by updating the 2 bands running across the can. Antique Gold and Prussian Blue combine to create a timeless and luxurious look, and become the complimentary backdrop to enhance the paint colour “swatch” and the “finish-type” identification colour.

Simply Good branding by Serviceplan

February 14th, 2017

Simply Good branding by Serviceplan

Café Prado packaging by Miklos Kiss

February 13th, 2017

When creating the design I chose an elegant typography with a simple, classic tracing. In spite of the low budget and the black coffee bag, I would have liked to create an outstandingly aesthetic label which can compete among any other dominant wrapping, since the quality of the products deserves more serious attention.

Lorusso – Heart Made Food jam branding by Cabello x Mure

February 12th, 2017

A company, half Spanish and half Italian, which is born with a clear concept when it comes to elaborate its products. Its dedication transforms into the elaboration of exquisite quality extra jams. It was very important that the brand and packaging transmit these high range values of the product, served also in spherificated format.

Wolfburn whiskey branding by Progress Packaging

February 10th, 2017

Progress have produced four different kinds of packaging for Wolfburn’s whisky, including two variations of cartons as well as two paper over board rigid boxes — all of which feature foil-blocking and gloss UV varnishing to the outers.

BLOCD Typesetting packaging concept by BLOCD

February 9th, 2017

Inspired by Gutenberg’s movable types, we produced mint candies in the shape of the six types for our logo and placed them in a package that was specially designed for the occasion, a kraft card package. The silicone moulds for the candies were made together with Papabubble.

Märet Café packaging by Sharon Israel

February 8th, 2017

Märet Café- 100% Ethiopian Coffee. (Märet = ground in Amharic). A new Ethiopian coffee brand, which contains 3 types of packages. 3 rounded packages, containing 250gr of fresh exported coffee beans with different amount of caffeine. 5 canes of ice coffee (3), caramel machiatto drink and ice mocha.

Plein Air a Haarlem sun protection cream packaging concept by Stas Neretin

February 7th, 2017

The shape of the packaging is similar to a tube of paint which fits perfectly into a painters case. And the fragments of the paintings are not only for decoration, but also indicate the level of sun protection factor — the lighter skin means the higher level of protection.

KIN brand identity by Sheridan&Co

February 7th, 2017

Sheridan&Co were tasked with renaming KMPT’s nutritional supplements product line and redesigning the logo and product packaging to create a visual solution that reflected the brand’s expertise, wealth of experience and the founders’ complementary “Ying and Yang” skillsets.

Bon Parfumeur fragrances

February 6th, 2017

Capturing the spirit of today’s savvy consumer, Bon Parfumeur is a celebration of individuality and being able to tweak one’s own signature scent. This is where Mix & Match comes in, an option to combine, mix and add scents.

Optiat branding by Studio More

February 4th, 2017

We worked closely with Optiat on their brand strategy allowing them to differentiate themselves from other coffee scrubs. The identity has unlocked the brand’s potential to become the ‘Nature Friendly Beauty Company,’ with Coffee Scrubs being their first product to launch.

Vietnam Coffee Republic packaging by Blank Co.

February 3rd, 2017

The concept of the packaging design was to outwardly “express” the “feeling” of each of the coffee blend, an aim that our client was more keen in. We employed the most basic and essential of design tools at our disposal: typography, colors, patterns, iconography, copywriting, bespoke printing… combining with the unique naming for each variant of blend.