Posts Tagged ‘paper bags’

Entourage packaging by Progress Packaging

August 28th, 2017

Progress Packaging produced 250 bespoke luxury paper bags for Entourage’s London base. Made from Colorplan Real Grey Silkweave embossed paper, they were fitted with grey grosgrain knotted handles, which were sourced to compliment the Colorplan paper used. The inside of the bag had a one-colour print, while the outer was foil blocked in two positions using two different colours: black and rose gold.

Hard Graft Bags by Progress Packaging

December 9th, 2015

The results were five variations of Colorplan embossed paper bags. Each one was foil blocked either gloss black or gold then fitted with custom dyed cotton handles.

Headlights series by Stephen Shaheen

December 11th, 2012

The ‘Headlight series’, by Brooklyn-based artist Stephen Shaheen, are hand-sculpted from a modeling pulp he creates using recycled paper, cotton and denim, along with electrical components.

Kispiac branding & identity of a small bistro by Eszter Laki

September 27th, 2012

Kispiac is a small, affable bistro nested just in the neighbourhood of one of the most famous markets of Budapest. Drop by for a nice coffee in the morning, taste the delicious grilled duck, chicken, pork with fresh salad or have a cold prosecco in the evening.

Slowly Does It Food branding by BERG

September 22nd, 2012

The brand identity was applied to environmentally responsible packaging materials. This included various foil food pouches, paper bags and containers. All very clean, simple and unembellished – ‘It’s really all about the food’.

Mango windows, Jakarta

July 30th, 2012

Mango is the first fast-fashion retail store that landed in Indonesia and is still gaining success story.

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.