December 29, 2008 | No Comments
Beautiful work from Austrian based d.signwerk. The use of oil imagery throughout the line is a nice touch, and something that is seldom seen in this category.
December 21, 2008 | 2 Comments
Designed by Bruketa&ZinicOM | Country: Croatia
Chiavalon is not just any olive oil. It is made in the Croatian region of Istria, from the same olive groves that once belonged to Ancient Roman emperors.
The designers chose simple small bottles and placed them in a recycled paper bag. Ruth Hoffmann, the project’s Art Director said, ‘This is a totally natural product and we wanted to accentuate that. You take this paper bag and the rustling is reminiscent of the weekly vegetable market, where the farmer puts fresh vegetables or fruits in a paper bag.’ Furthermore, the paper bag keeps the bottle from becoming greasy. Continue…
December 20, 2008 | 1 Comment
Designed by Turnstyle | Country: United States
“Full Tank is start-up food company that strives to pack a wallop of organic into food even the pickiest kid will eat. Full Tank Baby Fuel is the first frozen baby food to combine the benefits of home prepared veggies with the convenience of portability. Baby Fuel packages the freshest organic ingredients in a travel-ready squeeze pouch that fits in your pocket or purse and can even be eaten without a spoon. Full Tank Secret Agent Pastas ‘hid’ organic veggies in the sauce so kids won’t know they’re eating them.
December 19, 2008 | 5 Comments
Beautiful and unique work from Greek design studio Mouse Graphics.
December 18, 2008 | 2 Comments
Designed by 29 Agency | Country: United States
“Project 7 was developed on a cold fall night 2 years ago when the thought of the 7 deadly sins came up. I began to do some research on the history and origin and had a simple thought. What if man in his selfishness instead of focusing on abstaining from the 7 sins worked to help those that were a consequence of one of these 7? What if the “glutton” in this example which I fall into regularly stopped focusing on myself and started focusing on helping those that were starving. So take that concept and spread it over what we call the 7 most critical areas of need in the world, hence the name Project 7. So then the vision started playing itself out and I needed something to help get this initiative out there. So having a consumer goods background and a heart to see real change come about this company was created. I believe like most of you, that if we spent more time helping others, we can in fact, “Change the Score.”
December 16, 2008 | 4 Comments
“Minneapolis based Duffy & Partners used their creative design and branding expertise in creating the logo, food container packaging and other interior design elements for Gander Mountain’s new Tall Tales-Real Food Restaurants.
Tall Tales-Real Food Restaurant is another extraordinary example of showing how design needs to be part of our everyday life and strengthens Duffy’s leadership with in the hospitality industry! There is really a lot of dimension behind its concept.”
December 14, 2008 | 1 Comment
“Michael Young was commissioned by Base and Passanha Oil to design this new glass bottle. The Passanha brand dates to 1749 and this bottle marks the re-launch of this historical olive oil company.”
December 14, 2008 | 3 Comments
“The job for the new Svegro packaging design is simple; to inspire food lovers to use loads of locally grown salad and herbs in their cooking. The new design began rolling out in stores in June 2008. Two months later, Svegro is already seeing results from buyers wanting much more products. This is the power of Love at First Sight®. Brand identity and corporate identity, including logotype, naming and packaging design.”
December 12, 2008 | 1 Comment
Designed by CuldeSac™ | Country: Spain
“Protect and communicate the great value of Olive Oil from milennial trees. A journey from Maestrar to the world.”
December 12, 2008 | No Comments
“Devon, England-based biz-R recently completed this project for Clive’s new range of fresh organic meals available from independent food stores, farm shops and other organic food retailers. The approach challenges packaging design in a market currently saturated with uninspiring international brands and bland own label products; through distinct differentiation it assists Clive’s as they expand and diversify their product range. What sets them apart from everything else in this market is a bold, graphic, identity based on symbology, pattern and color associated with each recipe’s origin. The eye-catching result communicates beautifully, on and off the shelf. The cardboard sleeve was adapted to accommodate the clear plastic pot and reveal as much of the content as possible.”