Posts Tagged ‘student project’

Julius Meinel packaging by Sonja Kušumović

November 28th, 2017

It took me a while to come up with a final result because all the sketches I’ve been previously developing ended up reminding me on packaging designs that already exist. I wanted it to be striking, to draw attention and be noticeable on the shelves.

UDOL beer packaging by Christian Úbeda

August 15th, 2017

Meaning to approach a young, culture-focused target, the company’s identity, labels and other elements were designed on the basis of a sober yet powerful layout, as opposed of most current breweries, which goes for a more minimal and simple approach.

Cai Yao Chinese Medicine packaging by Tangyuan Jheng, Menglong Wu, Yuwei Zhang

August 3rd, 2017

Modern young people rarely try traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), the project hope to inject new brand thinking, the traditional Chinese prescription packaging innovation, let the young people can accept that.

Wahaka Mezcal packaging by Sofia

August 2nd, 2017

Wahaka Mezcal a sustainably produced and community-focused brand. Unlike any other spirit, mezcal is a product of its territory; you can taste the Spirit of Oaxaca in every drop of this artisanal crafted, small-batch elixir.

Sephora cosmetics packaging by Yoonji Do

June 9th, 2017

By utilizing digital technologies, customers can manage their skin condition in a smart and easy way, so they can keep their skin fresh. They will have an interactive experience from the Sephora store to their home.

Toasted packaging by Elise McIntyre

April 7th, 2017

The hand lettered logo and whimsical illustrations bring adults back to their childhood, while the bright colors and sans serif fonts keeps the brand modern and sophisticated. The color palette was inspired by the various colors seen in a campfire flame from the bright red embers to the dark gray charcoal.

Bakonybél Jam packaging by MORVAI Péter

March 30th, 2017

We also had to design a packaging – besides the front and the back labels –, so I decided to make a paper packaging with larger and colorised prints of the fruits to make it more interesting. The form of the paper package is simple and foldable.

Remory Card Game packaging by Balázs Szemmelroth

March 3rd, 2017

ReMory is a memory card game. The name comes from the ‘remember’ and the ‘memory’ words. The package’s design is clear at the outside but when you open it, the pattern – which was made from the logomark – make it playful. Just like the game self, simple but fun.

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.

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.

Irving tea packaging by Aneta Dworzyńska and Bernadetta Burek

February 1st, 2017

The package is as eco-friendly as possible so there are only 2 colours used in printing on eco paper + some more for a logotype sticker.

Almay Cosmetics packaging by Brittany Scannicchio

January 17th, 2017

The goal of this redesign was to showcase Almay’s use of gentle and non-irritating ingredients that work for all complexions. Dynamic geo-patterns were used to represent the unique attributes of each woman’s skin as well as the color-coded shade system to position Almay as an all-inclusive brand.

Miko No Yu bath powder packaging by Chiun Hau You

January 11th, 2017

This is a hot spring powder packaging that can allow users to get the most pure and natural way to enjoy the hot spring. Through the different combination of nature materials, creating a simple, natural atmosphere. In the selection of materials, Hau You used stones to represent the natural hot spring landscape, the wooden cap is a symbol of “Japanese bathing items” and by combining the two together it forms a new look and feel.

Olaf Swedish Sardines packaging by Alena Ploski

December 6th, 2016



The package is shaped like a fish that wraps around the can and can be easily removed to discover the nutritional information on the inside of the label. Fish shaped, color coded.

Dzielić Wódka packaging by Morgan Glisczinski

November 30th, 2016


Decorative folk art is a big part of the Polish culture so I wanted the majority of my design to feel handmade to resemble the handmade craft that most Polish folk art is.

San Mai Knife packaging by Zach Pater

November 25th, 2016



This premium line of Japanese cooking knives are used to prepare the most select delicacies of the Japanese culture. The packaging is to reflect and showcase the historic process of forging these specific blades.

HERB packaging by Carolin Dufner

November 15th, 2016



Each kind of package from the series has it’s unique geometric shape, but together they look like a product family. The unusual shapes of the packages are complemented by the clean and intuitive graphic design. The colored parts indicate where to rip open each packaging.

Baby food packaging by Juliette Kim

October 12th, 2016

This is a re-packaging project of Earth’s Best baby food. The label is printed in soy ink on cotton paper to increase the tactile quality of the packaging.

Peckish Bird Seed packaging by Shohaib Iqbal

July 19th, 2016

My solution was a statement solution that creatively uses a folding technique to mimic the opening and closing of a bird’s mouth to dispense the seeds.

Clearly Pure egg packaging, advertising & art direction by Emily Lau

June 7th, 2016

The plastic wrap could directly display the quality of the eggs and emphasizes the smoothness of eggs, which convinces and attracts the customers.