Posts Tagged ‘PET’

Really Simple Water packaging by Packvisuals

March 17th, 2017

The main inspiration came from the waves and I always wanted a distilled water design that is really simple. To feel simple is to feel relax. The distilled water PET bottle mock-up is available for sale so you can own a part of simple.

PET PRODUCT BRANDING! Pettington’s Petfeed by Reynhard. Communication Design

April 5th, 2015

Pettington’s Petfeed by Reynhard. Communication Design

PET PRODUCT BRANDING! American Academy of Pet Grooming re-branding by Emily Zirimis

April 5th, 2015

This project is a hypothetical re-brand for the American Academy of Pet Grooming. I chose to create a high-end line of pet grooming and pet care supplies which include dog shampoo & conditioner, and cat shampoo & conditioner, as well as cat and dog treats.

PET PRODUCT BRANDING! Mascotte branding by Nora Renaud

April 5th, 2015

Mascotte is a range of nutritional supplements for pets. Each box contains beneficial elements to your domestic animal. Relieve your dog’s joints, treat your cat’s coat, favour a good dental hygiene of your rodent and reinforce the defenses of your bird.

PET PRODUCT BRANDING! Bird Inn by Mathieu Henrijean

April 2nd, 2015

Mathieu Henrijean has created some contemporary bird houses from existing iconic houses of famous architects all overs the world. It is product design and packaging, entirely done by hand.

Nitsiakos pet food packaging by graFistiki creative

December 18th, 2014

Nitsiakos pet food packaging by graFistiki creative

The Room Sofiensäle by Söhne & Partner Architekten, Vienna – Austria

December 7th, 2014

The entire design consists of many traditional materials: natural woods from an oak, felt made from recycled PET bottles and handmade concrete tiles from Morocco.

Pets Carnival store by rptecture architects, Melbourne – Australia

December 17th, 2013

Red, blue and yellow paint is applied at the framing of the amplified scale of the kennel like structures. When mixing primary colours, a new colour is created. These colours are conveyed through the transparent, neon acrylic tubes. Placed at the shopfront, they create a tinted luminosity at the entrance.

Nobody chair by Komplot Design

August 24th, 2011

With its clear metaphor for a cover – the cloth laid on the chair to protect it – NOBODY refers to the “shadow” side of the life of a chair – while not being used. The cover blurs the shape of the chair and at the same time makes an allusion to it…