January 5, 2011 | 4 Comments
Designed by Wink | Country: United States
“Honey & Mackie’s is a ice cream shop for kids that caters to parents. The name of the establishment comes from the nicknames of the owners children. Thus, the branding & packaging needed to be modern, authentic & kid fun. In addition, the ingredients in their ice cream creations are all natural, organic and locally grown.”
January 3, 2011 | 2 Comments
Designed by Alexandr Chernov | Country: Russia
Ollie Olive Oil concept by British Higher School of Arts & Design in Moscow student Alexandr Chernov.
December 30, 2010 | 2 Comments
Designed by Ballard Bee Company | Country: United States
Heavily inspired by chemical elements, we love this unique packaging spin on honey which moves away from the traditional imagery associated with the product and goes in a bold new direction.
image via Blackbird
December 28, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by Martín Azambuja | Country: Uruguay
“The project was to design new packaging of flour for people who like cooking. I decided to use two colours and a reticle picture.”
December 28, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by MPFXDESIGN | Country: Portugal
“This package, specially designed to hold a platu and a bottle of gourmet olive oil, is called platu(a). In the word “platu(a)”, the parenthesis (a) hold sthe azeite (the Portuguese word for olive oil), just like the package does. The launch of this package is intended to reinforce the platu’s functional essence – it is not only an exclusive design piece, but also a useful everyday object. The olive oil inside the platu(a) package is carefully selected, and each edition is limited to the stock of the chosen olive oil.”
December 27, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Shine | Country: New Zealand
“Mammoth Supply Company is a brand that lives in a man’s world and always talks from a male perspective, even when talking to women as it sometimes does. Mammoth is not chauvinistic or sexist in any way; it recognises that most women want their blokes to be blokes. It’s not interested in getting involved in a battle of the sexes, or ‘men are from Mars/women are from Venus’ debates.
Mammoth simply wants to stand up for and celebrate what ‘real men’ are about and the type of food they want to eat. We talk in men’s language about things that men care about or are entertained and all our products are designed primarily to be enjoyed by men.”
December 24, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by Form til Fjells | Country: Norway
“Early this year we designed this packaging for a small, local client that produces a very traditionally kind of bread. This is a thin, crisp kind of bread that we norwegians use together with fish and meat dishes. The speciality for Kvikne is that its 100% homemade, and is of a much higher quality than the industrial breadtypes.
Most of the packing of these kind of products are, either very “homemade” stuffed in a Sponge cake box, a plain paper bag, or bombed with old traditional ornaments or a photo of “mom baking bread” and so forth.
So, we wanted to create something entirely different that would reflect all the values the client had, and bring them up to a new level. We wanted the box to feel exclusive, but to be rooted in its origin.
December 23, 2010 | 7 Comments
Produced by Antrepo | Country: Turkey
“Our latest project is about simplicity and we try to find alternate simple versions for some package samples of international brands. We think almost every product needs some review for minimal feeling.”
December 23, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by NTGJ | Country: Portugal
“Jardim D’Oliveira aims to be not only a simple and modern olive oil but also a part of peoples lifestyle.
It is a delicate DOP Trás-os-Montes 100% organic extra virgin olive oil with a pleasant taste of fresh olives and a beautiful golden color.
Jardim D’Oliveira is a blend of stylish conceptual design and premium quality Portuguese olive oil.”
December 22, 2010 | 3 Comments
Designed by Unreal | Country: United Kingdom
“The People’s Brand
After approaching the Supermarket to design some launch posters, we were tasked with developing the brand, which needed to reflect the co-op’s core values of being communal, affordable and democratic without appearing too virtuous or elitist. A full identity programme was required including logo, stationery suite, advertising, packaging and brand guidelines.
As the organisation is not-for-profit and production budgets are consistently low, the designs needed to be simple to implement. As a result, much of the packaging and print material needed to be produced in-house.