July 19, 2010 | 10 Comments
Designed by José Luis García Eguiguren | Country: Spain
“The main idea of this project was to create a pack that communicates an expression that describes an action or a pick up line. The expressions communicates directly to costumer inviting to experience something new. The lettering its created from the basic typography KAUTIVA and interacts with the pack, giving a modern and unique style. The abstract shapes and images evokes hair style mixed with the facial expression of the person. This product will target young people looking for a different hairstyle. It will will be printed on matte metallic containers. The limitations on this project was not to change the containers and the main name of the Brand (HAIRCARE).”
July 13, 2010 | 2 Comments
Designed by Lainey Lee | Country: United States
Recent Penn State graduate Lainey Lee sent in some of her packaging design work.
“Chroma is a cosmetics brand that is known for their extensive selection of lipstick shades. The design of this bag was inspired by the form of a tube of lipstick. When the bag is not being held, the handle is hidden inside the bag. Then, when the bag is picked up, the handle lifts up and mimics the movement of lipstick lifting out of its tube.”
July 5, 2010 | 2 Comments
“Launching this Summer, the Baxter of California product line is getting an update. No changes to product capacity or formulations, but improvements to the way the products dispense, and the addition of international languages.
July 4, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Marc Atlan | Country: United States
The design of the Kjaer Weis cosmetics line distills the fundamentals of women’s makeup to its three essential areas of application: lips, cheeks and eyes.
The compacts are shaped to mirror the features they will be used to enhance: slim and long for the lips, large and square for the cheeks, small and round for the eyes. Aesthetically, the Kjaer Weis line fuses an understated and timeless classicism with the crisp minimal lines of modern jewelry.
July 1, 2010 | 2 Comments
Designed by Joya | Country: United States
Fragrance box and bottle design is a rare opportunity for designers to be able to omit practically all information normally found on the packaging of a product, as standards for fragrances differ in that ingredients and other information can be listed inside perfume boxes, in booklets and leaflets. These porcelain bottles by Joya are a lovely example of a minimalistic approach which takes full advantage of this allowance.
June 26, 2010 | No Comments
“Instead of using unnecessary packaging we wrapped the product in a muslin cloth which doubles up as a flannel to clean/dry your hands. The product information is displayed on a small, neat label (front/back) around the neck of the jar.”
June 25, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Default | Country: Thailand
“Deli Bodi is a new body & hand wash & cream product with a fruit aroma. Instead of showing the image of fruit we created a new way to present the aromas though elements that will communicate to women.”
June 22, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Default | Country: Thailand
“Face to Face is a skin & aesthetic centre in Phuket, Thailand with cutting edge FDA-approved products. The package was created with clean, simple typography to communicate with the main target audience which is the Western traveler.”
June 21, 2010 | 5 Comments
Designed by Nicole Chan | Country: United States
“A rebranding project for the local sustainable skin care line Alaffia. Alaffia uses unrefined fair trade shea butter from their West Africa cooperative as main ingredients in all their products. The rebrand focuses on a new range of audience and unique packaging that stands out from the rest of the natural beauty brands, but at the same time is still environmentally friendly and indigenous.”
June 14, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Only Creatives | Country: United States
“Juni is an all-organic product line for hair and body formulated for gentle yet deep cleansing for the entire family. We started by employing vibrant colors that are indigenous to nature yet also convey a feeling of fresh organic cleanliness. The colors also serve to identify different sections of the product family with the green family representing ‘hair’ and the citrus orange and reds representing ‘body’. The usage of the hair pattern was to establish a subtle yet direct association with the hair and body as well as create a unique organic texture. Overall, we sought to create a design that is simple and natural as the product it contains.”