March 10, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Samy Halim | Country: France
Concept work from designer Samy Halim.
“Thérapie pour le moral is a little joke, that means this brand can buck up the moral of the person if she was in a sad mood. I was inspired by the packaging design of the last century, but I wanted to keep in mind some modern and actual codes.”
February 25, 2010 | 1 Comment
“The Peppersmith name reflects both the Englishness of the mint and the artisan feel of the product,” says B&B Creative Partner Shaun Bowen. “The design has a similar feel, but we’ve had great fun disrupting its seriousness with our moustache icon, which carries across into broader brand communications.
The pack also contains tiny papers for throwing gum away – a reflection of Peppersmith’s mission to overcome the age old problem of gum ending up stuck to pavements.”
February 11, 2010 | 4 Comments
Designed by BQB | Country: Russia
“Have you ever thought how strong the dinosaur’s bite was? At BQB we’re sure their bite was very strong, thus dinosaurs must have had very strong teeth. As a result of our conceptual training BQB’s designer Galima Akhmetzyanova came up with a great idea – to create a gum package shaped like dino’s jaws.”
February 7, 2010 | Comments Off
“Holidays are about sharing unique experienc
es with loved ones. So we’re proud to launch TCHO’s “Artist Series” highlighting the work of different artists in our limited editions of our luxury gift collections. We begin the series with the Love Collection by Max Kisman, an award-winning Dutch graphic artist and designer. His iconic, bold designs are modern, provocative, and sexy—lending a fun new accent to our chocolate.”
February 4, 2010 | 4 Comments
Designed by The Creative Method | Country: Australia
“To create an interesting and engaging invitation to The Creative Method Xmas party. It needed to illustrate what we do but also create a high level of interest and anticipation for the party. It needed to be humorous and memorable. It was also required to work as a new business piece outside of the Christmas invitation. We based the idea on an imaginary pharmaceutical tablet that would solve their creative issues. Initially they were emailed a doctors prescription, followed by the package in a discrete paper bag. The invitation and the tablets were loca
ted inside. The party included staff dressed as doctors & medicinal shots administered by transvestites. The box and invitation are used as a new business teaser.”
January 5, 2010 | 3 Comments
Country: United Kingdom
“CHOXI+ is the new antioxidant-rich chocolate. Only two squares provide all the antioxidants you need for a whole day. Weight for weight, it naturally contains more flavanol antioxidants than any other food.”
January 3, 2010 | 4 Comments
Designed/Licensed by Victorinox | Country: Switzerland
To the best of our knowledge these chocolates are a product o
f Victorinox, the Swiss Army knife maker, although we’re open to correction on this. Moulded chocolates accurately wrapped in printed foil are available alone or in tins of 6.
January 2, 2010 | 2 Comments
Designed by DBD International | Country: United States
New work from New York based DBD International. These very illustrative designs capture the Madagascan origin of the product.
January 1, 2010 | 5 Comments
Country: United States | Font: ITC Avant Garde Gothic
The “it Bar from Dylan’s Candy Bar comes beautifully packaged in a white textured box with blind embossing, foil stamp and tip-on label.
December 28, 2009 | No Comments
Designed by Oi Design Studio | Country: Israel
“The Brief: When The Strauss group fixed the intention of launching a series of consumer products aimed at men, they requested that we devise a marketing concept for the new products of ‘MUST’, starting with the packaging that will project a strong difference from competitors products on the shelf.
The Solution: ‘Must – Men Collection’ – chewing gum for men only. We chose a collection of illustrated Presenters: male types that we all know and admire – go-getters, women love these men and boys copy them. We put them on metal containers which are especially masculine and gave to each presenter a stage for his male life philosophies.”