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Francis Coppola The Carmine

March 31, 2010 | 2 Comments

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Designed by Stephen Faustina | Country: United States | Font used: Duc de Berry

“In 2006 i design this bottle to celabrating Cramine Coppola. Refillabel wine bottle/jug for Francis Ford Coppola Winery. The bottle is etched all the way around, with a top and back label. The etched music notes around the bottle are actual music notes from Coppola’s father.”

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5th Gymnasium

March 31, 2010 | 2 Comments

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Designed by Bruketa&Zinic OM | Country: Croatia

“This is a monograph for one of the best and oldest high-schools in Zagreb, the 5th Gymnasium. We packaged the book in a pencil-case filled with school utensils (pens, pencils, rulers, etc.) Everything was custom made for this project and branded with school’s visual identity. The school’s curriculum emphasizes mathematics – this idea is reflected in visual identity (upside-down 5 reads like a G).”

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Student Work – Garrett Patz

March 31, 2010 | 1 Comment

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Designed by Garrett Patz | Country: United States

“Klar in German means ‘Clear’, Zurich Switzerland lies at 47 degrees latitude on the map. Klar 47 is distilled from only the finest organic ingredients. Imported from Zurich, Switzerland”

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Reverend Berriman’s

March 30, 2010 | 6 Comments

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Designed by Lowestudio | Country: United Kingdom

“Our client, the Reverend John Berriman had created a taste revelation by adding natural chilli extract to homemade cola and apple drinks. The Reverend came to us for guidance in rebranding his product and relaunching it to compete within the specialist/premium soft drinks market. Our task was to create a strong brand direction which avoided negative associations of ‘heat’ often linked with chilli products. We identified that the real revelation was the Reverend himself – we simply created a brand with a personality that already existed. The Reverend Berriman saw the light!”

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Crosser Non-Vintage

March 30, 2010 | No Comments

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Designed by War Design | Country: Australia

“Crosser Vintage launched 25 years ago and has established itself as a premium Australian Sparkling. Lion Nathan approached War to develop a Crosser Non-Vintage label that retained the equity of the Vintage brand whilst positioning the Non-Vintage at a lower price point to capture the fast growing ‘everyday sparkling’ market. The design retains everything synonymous with Crosser but through the use of colour and finishes clearly identifies it’s role in the Crosser family.”

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Düller Coloured Pencils

March 30, 2010 | 2 Comments

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Designed by Naori Miyazaki | Country: Japan

“Düller is Japan­ese designed and pro­duced but takes many of its cues from Ger­man min­i­mal­ism and Bauhaus by valu­ing the phi­los­o­phy that less is more. Düller believes that design has its own evo­lu­tion and that form and func­tion are nat­u­rally selected — in this design world, adding some­thing means nothing.”

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Student Work – Arantxa Rues

March 30, 2010 | 3 Comments

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Designed by Arantxa Rues | Country: Spain

“Milk packaging design based on the Swiss International Style.”

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Medi Flower

March 29, 2010 | 5 Comments

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Designed by Moon Sun-Hee | Country: Korea (?)

We only have patchy information on this design so if anyone can help us fill in the gaps we’d love to hear from you in the comments below.

The medi flower stands on a desk or table to as a visual reminder to take your medicine. The idea of arranging medicine in a visually interesting format is a good one; the number of petals (pills) on the flower could be designed to indicate  the intervals in

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a day’s worth of medication for those with a lot of pills to take, or could alternatively symbolize one day per petal. Having seven petals could work well where birth control is concerned.

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Red Jak

March 29, 2010 | 6 Comments

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Designed by OFB | Country: United States

Our brand sages found that the energy drink category had become saturated with adrenaline junkie hype and copy cat brands.  Our strategists suggested that we look to stylish trends in the beer industry and take a similar approach. The result was the complete reinvention of the Red Jak brand image and a unique personality in the category. The design created a new feel of sophistication and style geared toward a more discerning energy drink consumer who has an appreciation for style.”

Bird on Wire

March 29, 2010 | 1 Comment

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Designed by Rhinocerosred Design | Country: United States

“Bird on Wire is an Italian Sangiovese. Its low price point, trendy look and bright colors are designed to compete for shelf space with similar international brands. Bird On Wire will eventually become a line of different varietals for the retailer using similar graphics with different colorways.”

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