June 12, 2012 | No Comments
Designed by DDB Stockholm | Country: Sweden
“Zoégas is a Swedish coffee company founded in the 1800s, that specialises in dark roasted coffee.
Limited Blend No. 1 from Tanzania is the first edition of a limited series roasted whole beans from around the world. The design is created to stand out among competitors, generate interest as a limited edition premium series, and enhance Zoégas position as the best in knowledge and development of new blends and compositions.”
June 8, 2012 | 3 Comments
Designed by Mara Rodriguez | Country: Spain
“Deer You is a new honest brand based on an organic cultive that keep the natural properties of our fruit and save it from pollution and synthetic ingredients.
Deer You, a real and reliable fruit juice.
The brand as an stamp, tries to give quality to the product, but with a nowadays style, cause we don’t want it to be an old fashion juice. Also the mountains on the background gives to Deer You Organic Juice a different and atractive feeling. The bootle tries to represent a canteen bottle, which people used to carry to adventure trips, or to a cabin in the middle of nowhere, so it help us to transport our minds to a fresher air place.”
June 6, 2012 | 5 Comments
Designed by Lina Sponberg | Country: Sweden
“The assignment was to create a fictive coffee brand of fine edition ground coffee.”
May 22, 2012 | 1 Comment
Designed by Victor Branding Design Corp. | Country: Taiwan
“Siid Cha” originated from unsophisticated Hakka Culture in which they have dense emotions toward grains. Reserving human touch of traditional food by Hakka flavor. Hold the warmth of life on hand, Have a Return to Innocent Trip which chasing the Sun. Finally, taste.”
May 20, 2012 | 2 Comments
Designed by Boyoun Jung | Country: United States
“Under the creative direction of Neil Kraft, I designed the glass bottle. The bottle design elevated Smartwater’s positioning as a stylish and aspirational brand with prominent placement and distribution at trendy restaurants and hotels in the Atlanta and Los Angeles vicinities.
I maintained a simplistic and clean design while maintaining key Smartwater brand cues including the signature water drop. The design was received so well that distribution now extends to the New York City metropolitan area.”
May 18, 2012 | No Comments
Designed by Imagemme | Country: United States
“Here at Imagemme, our vision was to create an innovative package that immediately resonated with the refreshing taste of watermelon. With Melo, we wanted to mesh together the purity of the product alongside clean, eye-catching design. Being that sustainability and healthy packaging are priority, Melo’s bottle is BPA-free. The soft lines and curvature of the bottle is an homage to the watermelon, a refreshing, but exciting muse.”
May 14, 2012 | 5 Comments
Designed by Astronaut Studio | Country: United States
“Sure you COULD Photoshop coffee grounds into Pegasus form. But wouldn’t you rather dump some grounds on the table and do it yourself? It took longer, yes, but pushing grounds on paper with an X-acto blade tends to be a much richer experience than pushing pixels with a cursor.
Dark Matter is a custom blend of small-batch roasted coffee with original package design developed as a 2011 holiday gift for Astronaut Studio’s clients, partners and vendors. The image of the Pegasus is actual coffee grounds hand-tooled into the form of a Pegasus. The concept and design is a deliberate play on the agency’s brand identity.”
May 7, 2012 | 3 Comments
Designed by Katerina Teterkina | Country: Russia
April 27, 2012 | No Comments
Designed by Mike L. Perry | Country: United States
“Trail mix packaging for three of the most popular mountains durring the Gold Rush. Packaging includes a thick cardboard outer layer to protect the mix inside along with a heavy duty grommet so that you can attach the mix to your carabiner for your hike.”
April 20, 2012 | 5 Comments
Designed R Design | Country: United Kingdom
“R Design was briefed to redesign and realign Tesco’s standard fruit and herbal tea range.
In a growing and evolving market, messages and product benefits were often being confused and overlooked by busy consumers.
Our creative direction was to strip back all the graphic confusion and clearly and simply to communicate the product, variety and benefits.”