August 2, 2010 | 6 Comments
Designed by Stu Taylor | Country: United States
“Environmentally friendly laundry soap that uses only what is necessary to get your clothes fresh and clean while keeping the ecological impact low.”
July 26, 2010 | 4 Comments
Designed by Gilnei Silva | Country: Brazil
Colory is a packaging concept from Brazilian designer Gilnei Silva. The colors on each can are used to identify the different type of paint bases, acrylic, oil, etc.
July 13, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Eduardo del Fraile | Country: Spain
“Tixol presented a range of white insulating treatments with different finishes. The graphic concept represents the action of the paint once it has been used over different backgrounds; the diagonal white line represents the final finish of the product.
The client put a well-known American brand as an example of the furthest they wanted to go. The graphic solution had nothing to do with the recommended brand but, when Tixol presented its new range of products at an international fair, said brand approached their stand to congratulate them on the presentation of their new products.”
June 24, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by Wai Lun Wong | Country: Australia
Incredible work from this third year design student from Hong Kong who is currently based at RMIT in Melbourne, Australia.
“Ware House is an industrial company which sells products for the home. I used simple graphics and die-cut shapes to emphasize the quality of the products. The shape of the diecut is exactly the same as the shape of the product.”
June 9, 2010 | 3 Comments
Designed by Acrobat | Country: United Kingdom
“Denby celebrate their 200 year anniversary in 2009. We were privileged when asked to create the Bicentenary branding, POS and some very special packaging for this important event.”
June 8, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Monnet Design | Country: Canada
“To introduce Gourmet Settings’ bold new line of Høverkraft dinnerware we decided to highlight the beauty and simplicity of the pieces. High-contrast, close-up photographs do the talking on the front of the box. Informative, no-nonsense copy on the sides explains the features of the dinnerware as well as the steps taken in designing and manufacturing each piece. The straightforward elegance of the box sets it apart from the cluttered look of the competition.”
May 26, 2010 | 4 Comments
Designed by Amrita Marino | Country: United States
“This project’s purpose was to take a product from a 99 cent store and repackage it as a luxury brand. I chose a toothpick for the project. My research indicated that the toothpick used to be a luxury item in Europe during the renaissance and simply created a brand based on that idea. I selected the name Princess and the Pick as a tangential reference to the Princess and the Pea, the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen. The basic story is that of an Italian princess and her marriage dowry that consisted of scented toothpicks. This heritage is still continued in the brand today.”
May 24, 2010 | 2 Comments
Designed by Vitor Saleh | Country: United States
Thanks to Vitor for sending in some of his student work. Vitor will soon be graduating from New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology.
“Mayberry Market takes the consumer on a serene walk to a place where food is healthful and delicious.”
May 10, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Visualingual | Country: United States
“Practice random acts of gardening with these seed bombs! Five gumball-sized balls are packed into each 3 x 4 1/2-inch pouch, ready for gift-giving. The muslin bags were made in the USA and screenprinted by hand by us with the East Coast Seed Bombs design. Inside each pouch is the full list of the seeds included. When you’ve used up the seed bombs, reuse the pouch or frame it!”
May 9, 2010 | 4 Comments
Using the previously established and infamous Balthazar brand identity system as a starting point, this gift box was designed to expand the system to encompass higher-end retail merchandise. Packaging for a specialty pair of espresso or cafe au lait cups, it was intended to be held on to for as long as the gift inside. Tipped-in, silk screened and wrapped in red linen, this box holds the product safely nestled within custom printed tissue paper.