Posts Tagged ‘tea’

Chinese Tea Store branding by Kirill Moskvich

June 23rd, 2017

The main goal of the store is the popularization of Chinese tea culture and aesthetics in the central part of Russia. While developing the brand, we turned to Chinese classical painting.

Brown Sugar Tea packaging by Fina

May 11th, 2017

Generally rounded shape represents friendliness, gentleness and harmony. Refer to this project, it is mainly based on a cycle which is exactly related to circle and due to the process of refining brown sugar, it comes from sugar cane naturally without any other chemical products.

SAIKAI Snacks & tea packaging

April 27th, 2017

The idea was to create packaging and visual concept for Japanese Senbei cookies and green tea on a Swedish market. ​We created the brand SAIKAI, which stands for “until next time”.

FongCha tea packaging by Hi Nio

April 17th, 2017

The design of illustrations is inspired by the landscape of the tea plantations-cloudy mountains, vibrant tea shoots, and creatures in the tea garden. One of four scenes, consisting of a landscape of Taiwan tea country, which encourages consumers to collect the four different packages and display them in the room.

Nilüfer Organic Herb Tea packaging by Corn Studio

March 16th, 2017

Packaging Design for “Nilüfer Organic Herb Tea” from Singapore. We designed four packaging boxes for each flavour, with pale colours and delicate typography. We also illustrated the ingredients.

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.

Serail powdered tea packaging by Ivan Venkov

January 4th, 2017

The central waved shaping of the packaging revealing the green tea tubes in the cut-outs is inspired by the shape and form of tea plantation farms. The sculpted part is devised of a combination of polymer and paper pulp material called Durapulp.

Lin Mao Sen tea shop by Ahead Concept, Taipei City – Taiwan

December 24th, 2016

The perspective along the ceiling border to the pillar structure conveys dynamic interaction. The large wooden plaque in the hall implies Eastern Heritage and thus extends the continuity of cultural connotation. Listed in a symmetrical order, the value principal is derived from a metaphor for the spatial texture of oriental residence.

Shi Gu Ping Tea packaging concept by Tin Chan

December 13th, 2016


In this packaging structure, I am to ensure that the choice of environmentally friendly materials and lightweight design is a must. This is the first time trying such an unique packaging. The picking leaves, inkjet texture, combination packaging process is a very interesting and fun attempt.

Betjeman & Barton Tea Boutique by iRetail Interior Design Company, Singapore

December 6th, 2016



Strategic product layout and lighting makes all the difference in the shopping experience and this boutique exudes a calm and elegant vibe that will put any customer at ease.

Silk Road Tea boutique by Cutler, Vancouver – Canada

November 28th, 2016

Less is more with plenty of space to breathe for the overall feel of this store concept and the journey is touched and smelled in this project’s spatial setting.

HI-POP Tea Concept Store by CONSTRUCTION UNION, Foshan – China

November 24th, 2016

T2 Tea Christmas 2013 packaging by Christopher Stanko

November 10th, 2016

Sip-worthy tea boxes and packs from T2 tea to inspire your next cuppa. At T2, we’re about reinventing and reimagining the humble tea leaf, and sharing our teas with anyone who’ll listen.

T2 Tea Core Range packaging by Christopher Stanko

November 2nd, 2016

Every cup we brew is a chance to make tea more enjoyable, more accessible and more experimental; it’s our opportunity to connect, understand and share with the world our love for a better cup of tea, everyday.

Mamalan tea packaging by Midday

October 19th, 2016

Mamalan are authentic Beijing street food restaurants in the heart of London. Founded by Ning Ma and her mother ‘Mama Lan’, the original Brixton Market dumpling house quickly expanded to 5 locations across the capital.

Varietea Tea lounge by ido design, Ahmedabad – India

October 11th, 2016

To infuse serious tea drinking culture to the city and beyond, by the means of interiors and branding WAS THE CHALLENGE and risk at the same time, as the brand had its original identity imprinted on its customers.

Kusa tea set by Kengo Kuma for Georg Jensen

September 19th, 2016

Kuma used bamboo – a traditional material in Asia – to create the stirrer, and hammered silver for the circular tray. A criss-cross latticework of silver covers the oxidised vessels.

T2 & Raw Edges limited edition packaging

September 19th, 2016

The designs explore the colours, smells, textures and shapes found in the raw ingredients that make up each tea and how they change during the brewing process.

Sur La Table Terracotta packaging by Alireza Jajarmi

September 9th, 2016

The packaging is designed to bring 3 breakable glasses together by using recyclable material while protecting and keeping the glasses intact. Each tea cup comes with a surprise beneath it, a wooden coaster that also helps fasten the cups to better keep them in place.

Ma’s Kitchen restaurant by Chengdu Hummingbird Design Consultant, Chengdu – China

August 16th, 2016

The architectural design tries to avoid artificial elements in building appearance and patterns as much as possible, whatever they are outside surfaces or entrances. The building appearance can become gentle and exquisite by installing simple bamboo screens, ensuring good day-lighting and removing deliberate assemblies.