February 14, 2011 | 4 Comments
Designed by Ah&Oh Studio | Country: Poland
“We really like the idea of this new brand and store concept – natural, organic cosmetics, which take care both of our skin and our planet.
We were in this project from the very begining, and took part in many stages of brand and concept development. From brand idea, through naming, logotype design, preeliminary sketches of the store interior to the packaging.
The main goal was to merge the idea of natural, organic products with high pharmacetical standards inspired by the scientific base which company holds.
The packaging design stage was a huge and complex process. We had to deal with different sizes, volumes and materials for more than 100 skincare products (and it’s still growing). To improve navigation among dozens of bottles and jars we developed system of codes and pictogramms (designed specifically for very small sizes).”
February 10, 2011 | 1 Comment
Designed by Marc Atlan | Country: United States
Creative Director Marc Atlan launches Petite Mort™, his first fragrance in a limited edition of 100 bottles.
“Inspired directly by the only bodily fluid secreted solely through desire and brain chemistry, Petite Mort™ (Parfum d’une Femme) embodies the elusive substance that is created by a woman when she is about to climax.
Petite mort, little death, total release; beyond a scent, more like a convulsion of the senses, like a hot, gasping breath that penetrates your memories and alters your subconscious.
An insidiously attractive, sharp redolence, on the fine line between repulsion and addiction, Petite Mort™ insinuates itself into your veins and your mind.
This fragrance is not really a classic scent. It is more the representation of a spiritual state, based on the paradox of an impossible ephemerality. It is perfume as art, the olfactory preservation of a moment, so that it may live forever.
The fragrance has been produced in an extremely limited edition of only 100 bottles and 15 Artist Proofs, each with its own signed and numbered certificate of authenticity. The bottle is an archetypal flask with an unorthodox twist. A cube of classic proportions, its neck is tied with a black band. The stopper is adorned by a polished cast metal plaque, engraved with each bottle’s edition number. A deceptively simple fabric pouch holds and protects the perfume.
The glass bottle is made by Verreries Pochet, one of the oldest French luxury glassmakers, founded in 1623. Their first designer perfume bottle was commissioned by the Empress Eugénie in 1858. Pochet famously created the “Eau de Cologne Impériale” bottle for Guerlain. They were also instrumental in reviving the famous Lalique crystal company.”
February 9, 2011 | No Comments
Designed by Ziba | Country: United States
“New packaging design for Aerie brand cosmetics by American Eagle. The fresh botanical illustration gives a natural, light and clean feeling to the new botanical makeup line.”
February 6, 2011 | 5 Comments
Designed by Garrofé | Country: Spain
“Perfumeries Julia has entrusted to Garrofé Brand&Pack the design of the packaging collection for the launch of their new line of beauty and cosmetic products, Júlia Essential Oils. This line has six essential oils for the care and the personal beauty: Júlia Water, Musk Rose Oil, Argan Oil, Slimming Body Oil, Firming Body Oil and Seduction Body Oil. The line also includes perfumed candles, Intense Candle, and a set of incense sticks, Mikados, to give the home some atmosphere.
Garrofé Brand&Pack has designed all the packaging of the new line thinking both about the natural and beneficial own properties of the essential oils and about the tastes and needs of the target, basically women with a moderate to high purchasing power who care about their physical and spiritual well-being, who look for high-range products and who trust in Perfumeries Júlia.
January 31, 2011 | 2 Comments
Designed by Belancio | Country: United States
“Kimono is a new luxury spa care line created to enhance the wellness of your skin, body and mind. The brand development included product packaging, logo development and art direction that captures the beauty and elegance of the entire line.”
January 26, 2011 | 2 Comments
Designed by Charles S. Anderson Design | Country: United States
“Designed, bottled, packaged and sold to commemorate the publication of the first CSA Archive illustration book, Slacks was our first – and only – fragrance. Although it makes you “smell like your dad,” it was created to be uni-sex, or as the screen-printed tin puts it, “even ladies love to wear Slacks.”
January 25, 2011 | 3 Comments
Designed by David Arias | Country: Canada
“Belmondo is Italian for “beautiful world.” Created by Daniela Belmondo, a local esthetician who believes that beautiful skin comes from products derived from the earth’s pure and restorative ingredients. Belmondo organic skin care is designed around the daily rituals of caring for yourself. Hand-crafted and formulated in small batches locally, Belmondo products are carefully formulated with the desire to share the incredible natural properties of olive oil, sourced from Italy. Working closely with Daniela, a custom hand-rendered type treatment was created to reflect the hand-crafted nature of the products.”
January 21, 2011 | 5 Comments
Designed by Kristin Agnarsdóttir | Country: United States
Kristin recently graduated with an M.F.A. in Graphic Design from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California. The program emphasized conceptual and critical thinking alongside typographic excellence, visual storytelling and solid craft skills.
January 19, 2011 | No Comments
Designed by Tomato Košir | Country: Slovenia
GOGO is an innovative, high end line of food supplements created by Fidimed.
January 19, 2011 | 1 Comment
Designed by Jenny Pan | Country: United States
Jenny Pan is currently a graduate MFA graphic design student at Academy of Art University. There’s no doubt that she has a bright future as a professional designer ahead of her.