October 30, 2015 | 3 Comments
Designed by Pearlfisher | Country: United States
“Pearlfisher has created the brand for the world’s first distilled non-alcoholic spirit, Seedlip.
In a drinks market saturated by sugary soft drinks and a bevy of alcoholic offerings, Seedlip is the first brand of its kind – a sophisticated and craft driven spirit that is also non-alcoholic. Combining six individually distilled barks, spices and citrus peels, Seedlip’s refined and complex blend is poised to disrupt the way consumers think about adult non-alcoholic beverages. Pearlfisher’s challenge was how to communicate Seedlip’s powerful challenger proposition through artfully executed branding.”
October 29, 2015 | No Comments
Designed by Kapsoola | Country: Israel
“Cofix is a fixed priced (only 5NIS per item) coffee chain, that aims to revolutionise the Israeli café market. We chose a catchy, sharp name + minimalist, functional and straightforward visual language — believing that a fair and affordable brand can also convey elegance and confidence.”
October 29, 2015 | 1 Comment
Designed by Horse | Country: United Kingdom
“Design studio Horse has created the brand identity and packaging for TÅPPED, leading the creation of the organic birch water market in the UK.
Considered nature’s detox, birch water is a traditional drink and medicinal ingredient in Finland. Filtered from the roots up through the trunks of birch trees, the water, or sap, collects vital minerals and vitamins and is full of the antioxidant manganese.
“Although a traditional springtime drink in Finland and other parts of the world such as Canada, tree waters are a totally new concept to consumers in the UK”, comments Ian Firth, creative partner at Horse.
“Clarity of product communication was therefore paramount, so we used the packaging structure to our advantage. To help communicate provenance, the water is packaged in a cylindrical paperboard can which we designed to resemble a real birch tree. This helps overcome some of the challenges of communicating an unusual new product, but equally distinguishes the water from other beverages.”
October 27, 2015 | No Comments
Designed by Partly Sunny | Country: United States
“Seattle-based brand firm, Partly Sunny, developed a bold visual identity and retail packaging system for Bluebeard Coffee Roasters, to launch the brand in a region that is famously over-caffeinated. Style and simplicity helped Bluebeard cut through the coffee clutter. And the Tacoma, WA company has quickly become one of the most beloved brands in the Pacific Northwest, with some of the finest specialty roasts available.”
October 22, 2015 | No Comments
Designed by VBAT | Country: Netherlands
“Brief: due to its strong position in the restaurant segment, Sourcy is one of the most well known mineral water brands in the Netherlands. In recent years the brand’s packaging strategy has been to develop separate bottle designs for high quality and mainstream restaurants. Aside from high production and logistical costs, this has not helped maintain a clear brand image for Sourcy. As such the design agency was briefed to develop a new iconic glass bottle – a clear reflection of the brand’s core values befitting of every dinner occasion, whether a high quality restaurant or mainstream outlet.
Technical and market requirements:
- The bottle design must be suitable for carbonated mineral water and fitting within Sourcy’s current standard bottling lines.
- 0,75L glass bottle
- Respect market colour codes – blue for non-carbonated and red for carbonated water.
- Visible colour coding at the top of bottle to avoid restaurant personnel serving the wrong water.
Creative solution: as a strong established brand coming from one source the creative solution was to develop one iconic bottle. A bottle that supports the quality of Sourcy mineral water and respects the quality of it’s customers. The new stylish outer shape is enriched with a deep embossed lens that serves as a podium for the brand’s lion emblem and symbolises the purity of the mineral water. The lion emblem, together with the higher shoulders of this new bottle, reflect the proud character of the brand. “Sourcy Pure Dutch” goes back to the essence, iconic without fuss, elegant yet understated.
Pure Dutch design.”
October 13, 2015 | No Comments
Designed by YANG:RIPOL | Country: United Kingdom
“These are the first RTD (ready-to-drink) products launched in Asia by Marley C&V International. The initial range includes Jamaica Blue Mountain premium blend Americano, Latte, and a special edition single origin Americano.
The design is contained and essential in its element distribution, but the font and bean motif suggests a hint of exuberance.Most of the consumers in the RTD coffee market in Asia are young female, and the design is gently geared towards this demographic.
Marley Coffee is a brand established by Rohan Marley which provides Jamaican coffee with a social conscience, responsibly farmed and respectful with its community. Marley C&V Int. brings this high quality product and social ethos to Asia.”
October 10, 2015 | 2 Comments
Designed by Cody Petts | Country: United States
“Our vision for this project was to merge together styles of vintage & modern to create a new/fresh design with callouts to rustic design heritage and old fashioned techniques. The kits themselves are pocket sized and can be transported anywhere. They include two main ingredients alongside a recipe instruction card and a muddler spoon. Just add your own favorite spirit and enjoy.”
September 18, 2015 | No Comments
Designed by Karsh Hagan | Country: United States
“To coincide with their brand launch and opening of their first tea lounge, Platform T needed packaging that embodied their fresh take on the tradition of tea. The custom copper tin with stamped logomark was designed to be sophisticated yet modern. The topographic pattern invites the drinker to dream of travel while the icons and typefaces show the brand’s playful nature. The smooth metallic tin contrasts the rustic wood and stone textures of the lounge’s interior. To further bring to life the lure of travel and the global story of tea, the packaging for their high-end reserve line was inspired by the ornate iron archways that frame train stations all over the globe.”
August 31, 2015 | No Comments
Designed by Adam&Co | Country: United Kingdom
“Since 1180, the organically farmed fields of Llanllyr, Wales has been producing near perfect natural spring water. In 1999, a member of the same family who had been farming the land for over 300 years started bottling and distributing the water under the brand name Llanllyr Source. Source quickly became recognized by the world’s leading hotels, sommeliers, and chefs as one of the most perfectly balanced, purist tasting natural spring waters.
“Source hired Adam&Co., in partnership with Adned, to contemporize the brand. Our goal was to better tell the brand’s rich history to a modern audience, re-establish the brand’s luxury positioning, and to introduce a new line of flavored mixers based on the same brand name. This came to life through a new brand strategy, brand identity, messaging and packaging. The location and history are key to the brand’s story which we communicated through the use of a map texture and consistent use of the words “Since 1180.”
August 27, 2015 | No Comments
Designed by Macfarlanes Assist | Country: New Zealand
“The Ozone Coffee Cold Brew were designed to serve both New Zealand and United Kingdom specialty coffee markets. The cap labels provide a proof of seal and indicate the origin of the single brewed coffee. The brown bottle is a nod to the days of old – vessels for rejuvenating elixirs and home-brewed beer. Presented on a hexagonal label, the gold foiling of the product label captures the eye and reinforces the attention to detail and craft that goes into making each brew by hand.”