January 7, 2010 | 1 Comment
New work from Aesthetic Apparatus for Andrews & Dunham Damn Fine Teas. Not only did they design these beautiful labels, they also silkscreen each one by hand which demonstrates the craft and care put into their work.
January 5, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Blue Marlin | Country: United Kingdom
“Brazilian scientist Dr Antonio Martins invented a revolutionary new way of extracting coco juice so that it is left as pure and untouched as it is in the coconut.
His brief to us was to craft a new identity that linked his coco juice, coco milks and indulgent coco cream, and to create packaging that also communicated the various health benefits and taste characteristics of the different products.
Our brand overhaul managed to pull off Dr Martins’ various demands and had a dramatic effect on sales, securing the brand an award at an international exhibition and a prestigious launch at Harvey Nichols.”
December 27, 2009 | 4 Comments
Country: United Kingdom
Does anyone know who designed these beautiful tea caddies for Williamson? Please email us if you do, or leave a message in the comments below.
Pictured above are Williamson’s Christmas 2009 tea caddies. Regularly the caddies are available in teal, pink, grey and blue, each pertaining to a different flavour of tea. The metal is matte and textured with beautiful gold accents.
December 26, 2009 | 4 Comments
Designed by Strømme Throndsen Design | Country: Norway
Beautiful brand creation work from Norway’s Strømme Throndsen Design. Responsible for the strategy, brand identity, naming, logo and packaging, they came up with a solution overflowing with appetite and shelf appeal.
December 14, 2009 | 5 Comments
Designed by Mint Design | Country: United States
“As part of the Coca-Cola Co., Far Coast offers a premium selection freshly brewed coffees, teas and cocoas. Stores opened in Atlanta, Oslo, Singapore and Toronto. We designed the visual language and identity system for the new brand and its 17 blends. Additionally, we designed packaging, collateral, marketing materials and website.”
December 13, 2009 | 4 Comments
Designed by HvingtQuatre | Country: France
“A range of milk-based drinks with a take-away size in 4 flavours; Strawberry, Blackberry, Blueberry and Raspberry.
The milk adorns the packaging, the tasty fruit is brought out on the milk and on the opening that enables the drinking.”
December 7, 2009 | 14 Comments
Designed by Racquel Youtzy | Country: Canada | Font: ITC American Typewriter
“Racquel Youtzy (founder of tap water bottle) of Toronto, Canada designed this in response to the growing demand for safe refillable water bottles. Everything on the market seems to be geared towards the sports side of the business. Even the high end metal water bottles still have an obvious “sports feel” about them with the wide neck and stubby appearance. If you want a bottle that can be used on your table during a dinner party, on your desk at work, or even used when you are out shopping the “tap water bottle” is the product that is needed. The bottle is stylish with both a modern clean design and a retro flip cap giving it a universal appeal.
December 6, 2009 | 5 Comments
Designed by António Policarpo | Country: Portugal
“The Boa Boca Gourmet project was born in Évora in 2004, is a small company which currently employs five people. Began with the opening of a gourmet shop with a strong component of design. Since 2006 the company’s members António João Policarpo (Designer degree in advertising communication and a master degree in graphic design by Alquimia da Cor) and Inês Varejao (Eng Agricultural and postgraduate in wines in Bordeaux – France) joined efforts and created the brand “FEITOÀMÃO®” and in partnership with small producers selected and moved forward with the creation and development of traditional Portuguese food products of high quality, handmade with care and wisdom, and packed with an image carefully and packaging excellence.
December 5, 2009 | 1 Comment
Following the Pop & Street Art series with So-Me, James Jarvis and Delta last year, the iconic Malibu liquor bottle is now given a makeover by three magazines. Each publication showcased exceptional creativity, uniqueness and expertise: Vice added a drip effect to the Caribbean color theme; Clark Magazine took a DIY approach, stripping it down to a simple white, and packaging it with stencils and spray paint; while Shoes Up went all out with a shoelace design complete with matching “shoe” box.
December 1, 2009 | 2 Comments
Designed by Pearlfisher | Country: United Kingdom
“21st-century redesign of a treasured Georgian classic.”