October 5, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by Marks & Spencer | Country: United Kingdom
Released for the Christmas gift market in 2009, Marks and Spencer repackaged their best selling biscuits into keepsake tins based around iconic British imagery.
October 2, 2010 | No Comments
“Task: To re-inject authenticity and premiumess by recapturing its cultural roots and heritage.
Scope: Brand identity and graphic design.”
September 29, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by avant™ | Country: Argentina
“Design proposal for a Latin Deli Store. For BridgerConway.”
September 28, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Moxie Sozo | Country: United States
“Founded by two chefs, EatPastry hired Moxie Sozo to help position the brand in Whole Foods and other natural products stores. Through the combination of French and raw food cooking techniques, the company has redefined the concept of healthy desserts. EatPastry asked Moxie Sozo to create a strong personality that would help differentiate their brand from competitors in the refrigerated aisle of the grocery store. The Art Deco-influenced packaging was illustrated by hand in deference the small-batch, gourmet nature of the product. A year after launch, EatPastry continues to thrive and the packaging has been featured in numerous books, magazines and blogs.”
September 28, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by jkr | Country: United Kingdom
The Porkinson Banger was the creation of fashion photographer, Norman Parkinson. True to his values, it is a classic, English sausage that is uncompromising on taste. Over the years, the brand has lost its association with its creator, so jkr were tasked with restoring Parkinson’s original vision to the pack. A man of impeccable taste, he would accept only the very best. Despite his jet-set lifestyle, he missed the simple tastes of home and it was this yearning that drove him to create the ‘Perfect Banger’. A famously succulent sausage made from the finest ingredients and a fantastic, unique recipe.
The flamboyant bowtie design embodies Parkinson’s quintessentially English personality while providing great standout and navigation on shelf. The back of the pack elaborates further on his original story.
September 22, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by Campoy Príncipi Domenech | Country: Argentina
“Blend: The design rescues the family history showing its image of its more than 100 year old house. It is the image of an old paper carpet that is still preserved. The small details give it distinction and style.
Varietals (Arauco, Nevadillo, Manzanilla): The design of the varietals brings variety and a more spontaneous and fresh approach and in turn it keeps elements that preserve the unity within the system that goes together with the blend´s label.”
September 22, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by Katherine Low | Australia
“This package and branding ‘Fork Friends’ was created for a local organic deli, promoting fine home cooking with the use of locally produced organic ingredients. They wanted to stand out on the shelves with a modern and clean approach.”
September 17, 2010 | 4 Comments
Designed by Smith & Milton | Country: United Kingdom
“This month sees the relaunch of Crabtree & Evelyn’s fine food range under a new packaging livery by Smith & Milton.
In response to a challenging brief to inject life and character back into the brand, Smith & Milton delved deep into the Crabtree & Evelyn archives and found generations of beautiful hand-drawn illustrations, reworking them into an opulent wrapping to deliver stunning, and highly effective results.
September 16, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by McLean Design | Country: United States
New work from California based McLean Design. Ojio produces organic superfood products sourced from the most mineral-rich, nutrient dense, micro-environments on the earth.
September 15, 2010 | 2 Comments
A combination of wood cut illustrations and clever copy make this food packaging design stand out from the crowd. Stick-on labels provide the name of the chef who cooked the meal as well as pertinent information such as use-by dates and price.
“Working to a very tight production budget, LOVE’s core challenge was to create packaging with cut-through in a cluttered market and reinforce COOK’s position as the most respected provider of prepared meals in the UK. COOK has been supplying the nation with high quality prepared meals since 1997 and was afforded the confidence to communicate key ingredients in a way that emphasized their personality; sophisticated yet playful.
LOVE’s Designer, Emma Morton, said: “We drew on consumers’ insights into what makes a night in ‘special’ and brought them to life in an lively and engaging way. We made the dining at home ‘occasion’ our focus to draw people in. We also embraced and emphasized the fact all COOK’s dishes are lovingly handmade (by people and not machines) and reflected this in every element of the design.”