November 17, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by Burgopak | Country: United Kingdom
“Thomas Proske, Global Brand manager for Levitra® at Bayer Healthcare says: “We chose the Burgopak design for our new Levitra formulation because it’s pocket-friendly, discreet and gives the product a playful edge over its competitors. While it is patient safe and compliant, it also looks stylish and will appeal to our customers.”
With its packaging for Levitra® 10 mg ODT, Burgopak continues to strengthen its presence in the pharmaceutical industry
Tim Clarke, CEO of Burgopak Healthcare & Technology says: “The innovative packaging design adds significant value to the brand as it’s slick, unique, and appealing to consumers, while supporting patient safety and compliance. In a highly competitive market, it offers differentiation and we’re delighted to continue working with Bayer.”
November 9, 2010 | 3 Comments
This gorgeous packaging for the popular mouthwash more accurately resembles a perfume bottle and is really quite beautiful for such a mundane product.
via Design Muse
November 2, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by 3 Deep Design | Country: Australia
“Smells like modern art. At their most compelling the creative arts go deeper than the aesthetic brilliance of a beautiful painting or the auditory indulgence of sa superb sonata. They explore the boundaries of our perception and the intersection of our senses, our emotions and our intellect. And we do not normally think of fragrance or the olfactory world as a typical playground of such ambitious art. But experimental project Six Scents is working hard to challenge this assumption” – Mavia Popova, Editor. brainpickings.org
Six Scents: Series Three is the third year that 3 Deep has collaborated with Six Scents Parfums. Series Three is an exploration into the nature of childhood memories and the influence of adolescence on identity. Six designers from six different parts of the world were invited to remember the most definitive experiences of their youth that led to their sense of identity today and to recall some of their most intimate childhood memories involving the sense of smell. Exploring the stories from one through six, innocence begins to fade and rebellion, reality and mischief kick in.
November 2, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Lavernia & Cienfuegos | Country: Spain
Codizia for Men is a male fragrance from the same brand which was launched three years ago the female market. It shares the quality product positioning, differential, and has a much lower price than high-end colognes. The packaging communicates similar attributes: sensuality, elegance, dynamism, etc. It does this following the same language and some of the characteristics of its female predecessor, as in the solution for the join between body and cap, but with changes that reaffirm their male personality: the colors and the volume, which moves from the horizontal to a vertical position for Codizia for Men. Is also distributed exclusively in the MERCADONA chain of supermarkets.
November 1, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by Johana Tran | Country: United States
“Through a redesign that exudes a natural charm and confidence, Seventh Generation offers consumers a promise of liberation from the burdens associated with mundane household tasks. The package design utilizes sustainable materials, while maintaining a hygienic appeal, ensuring a product that users can trust to be safe for both the environment and the body. Tampons are packaged in individual molded paper pulp packs of 5, featuring a quick dispense method for convenience, while also offering the advantages of being easily portable and discreet. Pads are packaged in a sturdy paper pulp box. Toilet paper is packaged in a reusable biodegradable bag and the toilet cleaner features a hygienic hideaway nozzle.”
October 26, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by Duffy & Partners | Country: United States
“The quietly sleek, earth-toned packaging of Aveda Men is made, of course, with post-consumer recycled material. After all, unchecked global warming–with its rising temperatures and humidity upticks–would wreak havoc on men’s heads.”
October 23, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Studio MPLS | Country: United States
“Salon Modern is a new upscale salon cooperative where stylists can invite their own clients into an intimate, personal environment that inspires, refreshes and rejuvenates. Nothing chain-like, nothing cookie cutter, Salon Modern is a one-of-a-kind experience designed to bring out the beauty and style of its patrons.”
October 22, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by Jack Featherston | Country: United Kingdom
Colourful, patterned labels were created for this emerging UK lip balm company.
October 18, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by Alter Bi | Country: Spain
“A tribute to a woman’s delicacy based in these concepts: Dandelion and dusty colors. Pink is the highlight in the packaging, meanwhile ethereal seeds of dandelion create the draw in the box.”
October 14, 2010 | No Comments
“Kimberly Clark operates in some European markets thanks to the Scottex brand, Italy among them. Scottex is mostly associated to toilet paper and stands for softness and quality guarantee.
However, in Italy, Scottex also produces a range of pocket tissues that over the years has shown some weaknesses, such as poor brand identity and visibility.
ARC’S interpreted its restyling with the objective to reinforce the identity of Scottex pocket tissues, by defining a visual system exalting the Scottex brand and connecting the product to the brand.
The result is a strong visual identity that gives back impact to the Scottex brand and expressive strength to pocket tissues as well, improving shelf visibility too.
Colours are an extremely important identity element. The use of paste silver as serigraphy base (since unknown to the line) gives new intensity and innovation to the packet. Silver is the colour common to each individual packet and packets come in impacting shades and have strong characterization.”