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 17, 2009 | 21 Comments
“Fat Pig is a totally organic milk chocolate bar and is currently available in one flavor: delicious. It has none of the bitter aftertaste of regular milk chocolate nor is it cloyingly sweet: it’s just pure, creamy excess.
It’s already the favorite chocolate of Contagious Magazine.
The Chocolate Nerd said “Nice chocolate! It’s super creamy, quality milk chocolate and organic too. The bars are more substantial then I thought – a weighty 3. oz each.”
And Divine Caroline added “I honestly don’t think I’ve ever enjoyed a piece (okay a whole bar) of chocolate as much when I pigged out on Fat Pig. It’s delicious!”
March 11, 2009 | 3 Comments
Designed by Thomas Jonkajtys | Country: Canada
Sylvain Allard, Professor at the University of Quebec in Montreal sent us this work by one of his students, Thomas Jonkajtys.
“Here’s Thomas Jonkajtys’ work in my packaging class. First, a mold was designed in a nut shape. Le package is designed out of laminated layers of corrugated board. A break through metallic sheet protects the nine chocolates. The name of the products is a French rebus where the roman number IX create the word NUT (NOIX).”
March 9, 2009 | 19 Comments
Beautiful detailed packaging for Brooklyn based artisan chocolate brand, Mast Brothers Chocolate.
February 19, 2009 | No Comments
Beautiful work from Portugal based thisislove™ for ELLG Gourmet chocolate.
February 18, 2009 | 2 Comments
“It is proven that chocolate stimulates the production of some hormones which are responsible for pleasant feelings. Chocolaterie should make chocolate addicts very, very happy. It is an online shop providing the connoisseur with the finest that European sweemeat shops are able to manufacture. The corporate design pleases the eye as excellent as the shop thrills the tongue. The style reminds of traditional craftsmanship from the 20s and gives an impression of the superb quality of the goods. Since men and women favour different styles, a sex-specific design was invented: floral femal and humboldtous male.”
February 15, 2009 | 1 Comment
Designed by ‘NN’SS™ | Country: Argentina
“Every time NNSS starts a project, we try to make something different, creative and with conceptual content. Our new year gift wasn’t the exception. We made a cheese cookies pack, but we included inside it self one just different whit a blue sky bath sugar. The cookie had a label with a sentence on it: ‘Between all… Different’.”
February 8, 2009 | 1 Comment
Designed by Karbon | Country: Turkey
“Karbon’s customer ‘Beyaz Firin‘ is a bakery/patisserie in Istanbul, very well known by the residents of the Anatolian side of the city. Founded in 1836 by George Stoyanof, a baker migrated from Macedonia, the bakery has been serving for 5 generations.
For the Valentine’s season, Nathalie Stoyanof Suda, the 5th generation owner of the company, prepared special products. A special packaging design has been created by Karbon for these cakes, macaroons, cookies.
The authentic logo of Beyaz Firin, which has been revised by Karbon, has been the starting point of the packaging design as it looks like a heart shape. The visual identity embraces Orange as it’s main color, however this artwork is created in pink and red, colors of love, in accordance with the season’s spirit.”
January 17, 2009 | 2 Comments
“Field’s Sweet Spot is a nostalgic candy destination of the Midwest department store Marshall Field’s. The vernacular (a nod to the mod ’60s) is equal parts fashion and fantasy, a concoction that combines both the department’s retro-candy product selection and fashion driven branding efforts of Marshall Field’s itself. The identity creates a playful aesthetic that appeals to both children and Marshall Field’s female core guest alike.”
December 28, 2008 | No Comments
Designed by Elmwood | Country: United Kingdom
“Nestlé was keen to bring dark chocolate into the mainstream using it’s much-loved Black Magic brand. It required a repositioning of the category as well as the brand and great packaging to communicate it.”