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Timex

October 7, 2010 | No Comments

Designed by Atlason | Country: United States

“Packaging design for Timex watches, designed by Atlason, a product design studio in Manhattan, on sale at Target stores. The packaging is made of Polystyrene and ABS with 25% post consumed material. It fits a variety of different watches with the instructions and manuals in the core behind the colored lid.

It comes in three colors and can even be be opened and closed by consumer before purchase! Different watch types can be rotated on the core axis for better viewing and fit in the package.”

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Student Work – Chelsea Hendrickson

October 7, 2010 | 2 Comments

Designed by Chelsea Hendrickson | Country: United States

“I designed the identity and packaging for Dapper Chap Mustache Wax, the Gentleman’s Whisker Shaper. This collection of fine waxes comes complete with 4 enticing aromas.”

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Diuco

October 6, 2010 | No Comments

Designed by Plasmica Buro, Snail Studio & Wolk Design | Country:  Argentina

Diuco from Patagonia is the perfect blend between the highest purity and innovative design. In order to fully represent our statement we needed to create not only a bottle that expresses purity and fluidity but also a mini fridge that would take the concept to the standard we wanted to. Simple lines inspired by nature. Diuco’s mini fridge cools the bottle in 15 minutes to tasting temperature, allowing the customer to truly experience Patagonian Purity.”

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Quixotic Coffee

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Designed by Studio Minneapolis | Country: United States

Simple type and logo driven packaging concepts using a bold range of colours to differentiate coffee types.

Brothers Coffee Roasters

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Designed by Verse | Country: Australia

“Coming from a science background, Nathan (the roaster behind Brothers Coffee Roasters) has approached roasting coffee with the same methodical reasoning as science. Using this as inspiration, the marque created for Brothers takes reference from the periodic table while the full logotype is inspired from the process of roasting the coffee. A whole range of 12 blends are in production, all featuring a different coloured circle on the packaging to appropriately represent the blend.”

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Colorfold

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Designed by Keesyy | Country: Canada

“Colorfold is an origami boutique + workshop based in Vancouver, BC. The store sells local hand made items and accessories that are made in studio or locally. The challenge was to design gift packaging that stands out through practicality and originality while embracing the Colorfold concept of community and craft. The result is an origami cube with 4 pockets on each wall. Separate message cards containing personal messages from family and friends are folded into 3D shapes that go inside each pocket at a time. The packaging thus takes on the role of delivering both the gift and the messages accompanying it, and becomes an essential part in providing everyone with a better experience.”

Lore

October 5, 2010 | No Comments

Designed by Chris Trivizas | Country: Greece

“Lore: Accumulated knowledge through education or experience. Certainty through expertise. The logo design is inspired by the plan of a wine bottle. It evolves into a symbol of degustation, as in its finalized form, it depicts the shape of the taste bud of the human tongue.

It was created for a unique space, which aims to offer what it knows best, hence satisfying the palate as well as the need for a friendly atmosphere and human interaction.

“Lore” proffers its expertise, offering its customers an extended range of selected wines, gourmet snacks and special cocktails & liquors, while fostering communication and interpersonal connection.”

Student Work – Carli Shipley

October 5, 2010 | 1 Comment

Designed by Carli Shipley | Country: United States

“In efforts to reuse, versus recycle, I designed a package that would enable the HP Ink consumer to send back their empty ink cartridge in the self addressed, same box that the new ink cartridge is bought in. Conceptually, HP would start a “refilling” option, where the user would order their next cartridge online ahead of time and receive a discount by entering a the code found on the box.

I chose to use recycled chipboard as my material and to screen print the graphics (using only process inks cyan, magenta, yellow and black).

The ink cartridges are packaged separately, allowing the consumer to purchase only the ink that is empty – Black or CMY. The package also provides a simple and quick solution for recycling empty ink cartridges.”

DKNY Be Delicious

October 5, 2010 | 1 Comment

Designed by Estee Lauder & Laird + Partners | Country: United States

“DKNY Candy apples, perfume bottle. An extension of the ‘Delicious’ range of fragrances. The concept of the candy apple is targeted towards a teenage audience. Using some of the same components as the original ‘delicious’ bottle.”

M&S Biscuits

October 5, 2010 | No Comments

Designed by Marks & Spencer | Country: United Kingdom

Released for the Christmas gift market in 2009, Marks and Spencer repackaged their best selling biscuits into keepsake tins based around iconic British imagery.

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