August 27, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by Ryan McCullah | Country: United States
“Authentic Greek olive oil press Manoli Canoli presses both its own olives along with those of the local Greek community and family groves. The label design delivers on this authenticity with texture, color, type and art that bring out the honest and pure old world character of this ancient craft.”
August 27, 2010 | 6 Comments
Designed by Strømme Throndsen Design | Country: Norway
“This is the redesign of Michael’s Farm extra large nuts, designed by Strømme Throndsen Design in Norway. I’ve also attached the old one so you can see the difference.”
August 26, 2010 | 6 Comments
“Kansas City-based Glace (say it this way, “Gla-say”) Artisan Ice Cream is a more grown-up sweet treat expression, rich in texture and inventive flavors like Venezuelan dark chocolate, fleur de sel caramel and pineapple-cilantro sorbet. The corresponding brand expression is clean, sophisticated and a nod to the owner’s love of modern minimalism. At the same time, copy and color palette make it feel fun and approachable. The logo also incorporates a sly tie to ice cream with circles that look like melting “drips” hitting the floor, while tailored graphic elements make the identity feel fashionable and unexpected in the category.”
August 24, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Kristen Nethen | Country: United States
“Zen Artisan Blends & Minerals is a cultural brand that expands in the coffeehouse and tea market. Its a brand that places its emphasis on using culture as a foundation for its products and uses organic materials to emphasize sustainability. A classic alternative to the organic coffee brands, Zen accentuates the Asian background without being cliche. Zen offers everything from coffee to home products to enhance the experience of drinking great coffee or tea within great ambiance.”
August 23, 2010 | 3 Comments
Designed by lg2boutique | Country: Canada
“Innovation on the shelves while quenching a thrist for consumer experimentation.
Plan a brand strategy that rests on the juxtaposition of the tradition of European master oils with the modern, dynamic approach of the company’s leaders. The packaging capitalizes on the growing trend amongst consumers to use certain products for cooking and others for tasting. Two very distinct lines were created under the same umbrella brand: one line for daily use in the kitchen (functional) and another for tasting (aspirational).
Create the entire packaging of 24 products from the choice of the bottle to the labels of each line.”
August 18, 2010 | 4 Comments
Designed by Kathrine Winther Hansen, Audun Stien & Kristoffer Christiansen | Country: Norway
“Meat producer “Villbu” delivers game meat to the people. The clean design tells us about the pure product, 100% natural without spices or other additives. The shape of the packaging is inspired from the terrain where the animal lives.”
Ørret = Brown Trout
Hjort = Deer
Molter = Cloudberries
Rype = Moutain Grouse
August 16, 2010 | 5 Comments
Designed by Pearlfisher | Country: United Kingdom
“Pearlfisher has designed the artwork for food packaging and restaurant menus for new sustainable restaurant chain Otarian – already open in New York and opening in London on 18 August.
Otarian, a new boutique fast-casual restaurant chain, is set to change the face of the London and New York food scenes when it opens this spring, becoming the first global chain to comprehensively carbon footprint every item on its vegetarian menu to internationally recognised standards. The new concept places sustainability at its heart, fusing a passion for the environment with a passion for great food to create a mouth watering dining experience that is also good for the planet.
August 13, 2010 | 2 Comments
Designed by Campoy Príncipi Domenech | Country: Argentina
Nice clean work from Argentinian design company Campoy Príncipi Domenech. The typography, simple illustration, primary color palette and jar shape, all come together nicely for this cherry jam.
August 10, 2010 | 11 Comments
Designed by Neal Fletcher | Country: United Kingdom
“We were asked to choose one of five difficult objects to package, I chose spaghetti. I wanted to address a problem I always have when cooking spaghetti, that problem being that I always use too much. So I somehow wanted to build something into the packaging that aided portion control, so I came up with this Hexagonal Prism, 6 sided; thus there are six servings. It’s refillable and reusable and there’s also the potential for more shapes, for example triangle: 3 servings, octagon: 8 servings etc.”
August 9, 2010 | 9 Comments
Designed by Fran Aldea | Country: Chile
“The objective is to make design a fundamental link among different disciplines to solve a problem observed in the informal sale of food. I propose the creation of grated bread from the surplus of production in the sale of bread on the highways of my country. These leftovers are currently thrown away. The project is also contributing to the inclusion of a lower income segment of society.
The idea of incorporating flavors to the bread responds to current market needs and to a diversification strategy. The flavors chosen were basil, garlic and merken (a Chilean spice).”