November 29, 2010 | 2 Comments
Designed by Mika Kañive | Country: Spain
“With fresh and delicious fruits, the yogurt tastes better. That’s idea of this product, having the same portions for those who want more fruit than the tipical yogurt, just half and half. This pack could be re-used as a glass and the impact to ecology is reduced with this materials (glass and carton). The name FRTS & YGRT, taking out the vocals, the product could be read the same in english as in spanish. The logo takes reference of the pack, clear and simple.”
November 25, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by Chez Valois, Branding & Design | Country: Canada
“Valois Branding & Design Agency from Montreal has just produced the new brand identity for the Gourmet company Molécule-R Flavors. The studio created two rechargeable kits; “Kitchen R-evolution” and “Cocktail R-evolution” each including food additives, kitchen utensils and a DVD of recipes, permitting to realize various molecular dishes and cocktails. With its didactic approach, Molécule-R Flavors, demystifies the molecular cuisine and makes it accessible to a wider public.
Valois created the visual identity, structural and visual design of the packagings, the interface of the DVD, participated in the creation of the recipes and did the food styling and photoshoot. The photographs of the packs just received two Canadian Lux Photo awards.”
November 24, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by Chong-Min Kang | Country: South Korea
“The Berry Verry Paris is a trendy lifestyle dessert, which provides stress relief to tired modern people with its fresh and sweet flavor. This is a dessert to help relieve fatigue and restoring health by using berries. Berry Verry Paris’s design concept is sweet in color, slim in form, and uses Paris as a motif.”
November 23, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Swear Words | Country: Australia
“Our lovely friends at Market Lane have launched a new product that works deliciously with their incredible coffee.
‘Dulce’ is the Spanish name for sugar made from dried sugar cane juice. It is unrefined and has amazing caramel and molasses notes – perfectly able to be eaten all by itself.”
November 22, 2010 | 2 Comments
Designed by Neal Fletcher | Country: United Kingdom
We featured Neal’s student packaging concept for spaghetti back in August. He’s since redesigned his packaging to give it a different look and feel while still using the ingenious ‘portion control’ packaging method he originally devised.
“My spaghetti packaging design stemmed from a project I was set on my degree course, we had to pick one of five difficult objects to package (spaghetti, marbles, an egg, a single rose or custard powder). The reason I chose Spaghetti was because I always find myself wasting spaghetti as I’d always cook too much, so I wanted to address that problem in some way.
There are already measuring devices for spaghetti on the market but nothing within the packaging itself, giving the consumer the spaghetti in 6 equal servings to save on waste, the packaging can then be re-used and kept forever. It was my aim to create something that was visually appealing but also addressed a problem and could serve as a useful aid in any kitchen.”
November 16, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by Frank Aloi | Country: Australia
“The Little Veggie Patch Company is a business that specialises in the design, installation and maintenance of chemical-free fruit and vegetable gardens. The company wanted a mark to reflect their ‘hands on’ approach to their work and passion for a greener lifestye.”
November 14, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by DEDass | Country: United Kingdom
“15 minutes from the DED Studio, Sheffield bees are busy making Sheffield honey. Made in Sheffield doesn’t get more yummy than this.”
November 12, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Enric Aguilera | Country: Spain
“The new line of prepared dishes “Take Away” for Delishop based on the concept ‘urban picnic’ is presented as a fun option to consume the products from different points of Barcelona.”
November 8, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by Glasfurd & Walker | Country: Canada
“The Dirty Apron Cooking School in Vancouver recently launched a new line of spices, blends, salts and olive oil.
Glasfurd & Walker was commissioned to design a clean, type driven identity and the packaging for the range – including gift packs with a flexible, modular structure to allow for various product combinations.
The labels feature a die-cut logo which gives the packaging a distinct shelf presence – allowing the diverse and vibrant colours in range of the spices to be showcased.”
November 8, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by RMAC | Country: Portugal
“From the perspective of the harvest moon, a certain time of the day in which the olives’ qualities are at their peak and give rise to an exceptional quality olive oil, creating a single bottle that can be identified at first glance. A literal approach, which plans to merge in a unique way the night’s darkness (matte black bottle) and the moon’s glowing brightness (silver cover and screen print on the bottle), which illuminates the olives and gives it a very special character.”