March 18, 2009 | 4 Comments
Designed by Edward Pearson, GRAFIKART | Country: Chile
“The story behind this brand, which was begun by a gentleman called Rigoberto Rodriguez Rodriguez in the late 1800’s is as follows:
The story is quite funny, Rigoberto was the son of the founder and being of a well read and refined personality had a great sense of humour and also was rather eccentric. He ventured in making these piscos and wines and gained great reputation. He started storing these wines in Niches – thus the name ‘Los Nichos’ specially made for keeping the right temperature.
March 18, 2009 | 2 Comments
“Swedish advertising agency Milk has turned the classic white Arla milk carton black.
It is a campaign for WWF’s Earth Hour. A worldwide event encouraging people to raise environmental awareness by turning off the lights for one hour.”
March 18, 2009 | 1 Comment
“Rogaland Konservefabrikk is a small-scale producer that has been attracting devotees in gradually increasing numbers ever since its humble beginnings in 1952, which saw the start of mail order sales of Hervik’s concentrated juices and jams. Our packaging designs aim to capture the spirit of Hervik’s cheerful, grounded core values.”
March 16, 2009 | 9 Comments
“The new bottle for Svedka imported Swedish vodka had to be bilingual: It needed to speak to younger scenesters who consider themselves “in the know” and hang out at trendy nightspots as well as an older, more affluent consumer who likes to have a drink at home. This meant the packaging had to look equally attractive lit up on the back-bar of a hip club as well as lining a club store’s shelf, said Marina Hahn, svp, marketing for Spirits Marque One, Svedka’s U.S. importer.”
March 16, 2009 | 14 Comments
Country: United States | Fonts used: Smart Sans.
Kevin Hockin from Boxed Water sent us some photos of their newly launched product. With a package that is more sustainable than plastic bottles, they’ll be giving away 20% of all profits. 10% to world water relief and 10% to reforestation foundations.
“Started with the simple idea of creating a new bottled water brand that is kinder to the environment and gives back a bit – we found that it shouldn’t be bottled at all, but instead, boxed. So we looked to the past for inspiration in the century old beverage container and decided to keep things simple, sustainable, and beautiful.
March 14, 2009 | 23 Comments
“This was a personal experiment in form, function, and fun. The goal of this redesign was to use a standard milk carton as the canvas to create a clean, modern, and functional design yet still approachable for the average consumer.”
March 13, 2009 | 1 Comment
“In Peru, there are three national drinks: ‘Coffee’, ‘Tea’, and ‘Mate De Coca’. Fusión Mate De Coca is a herbal energizing tea for the South American market. Made using the leaves of the coca plant it has been enjoyed for centuries by the people of Peru for its healing and energizing properties.”
March 13, 2009 | No Comments
Designed by Rosenstand & Co. | Country: Denmark
“We could use some fancy marketing speak to describe our drink. But we believe that’s not necessary as it’s all in the name. Organa is made from only natural, organic ingredients and sparkling water. We leave the judgement up to the most important person – you. If you enjoy Organa and like your friends to have some good refreshment too – tell them about it. Enjoy cold.”
March 12, 2009 | 5 Comments
“Unibrand Belgrade proposed two designs including the naming for Cezar Winery from Germany – sparkling wines, both red and white (crispy rose and blanc du blanc) as the answer to growing market segment specialy in HORECA.
This type of drink is gaining popularity across Europe predominantly among female consumers as early-night drink. Girls ought to love it!”
March 10, 2009 | 2 Comments
STRANGER & STRANGER sent us their latest work. Be sure to check out the detail after the jump.
“Our client, John Glaser, is hoping to help people think more positively about the economic situation with his fin hand bottled blended scotch. To the optimist the glass (bottle) is half full…”