August 5, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Jamie Wieck | Country: United Kingdom
Some great work for a carrier bag using the packaging medium itself as the inspiration for the design. (In many parts of the UK, plastic bags are also referred to as carrier bags.)
“Inspired by a transparent bag I was using to collect my rubbish, I created a pair of carrier bags to quite literally carry the shopping.”
July 22, 2010 | 3 Comments
Designed by Blow | Country: Hong Kong
“Luckipocki is a young and fashionable tote bag brand. Their products are sold on-line. Therefore, the products need a package that can be mailed. We have designed an envelope which has a very bold tote bag graphic. The red tote bag graphic is eye-catching and clearly deliver the brand nature. This packaging can be easily recognized in a chaotic mail environment.”
July 16, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by House Industries | Country: United States
These printed corrugated cardboard boxes are beautiful while remaining functional and protective of the product inside.
July 11, 2010 | 2 Comments
Designed by Marnich & Associates | Country: Spain
Simple type-driven design for the delivery boxes for a product distributor and wholesaler. The type tessellates together nicely from one box to the next.
July 6, 2010 | No Comments
Designed by Shine Advertising Co. | Country: United States
“This ephemera was designed by the folks at Shine Advertising to dress up a pocket knife mailing sent to their clients as a promotional item. You might ask if that is really letterpress? Yep, actually that’s four color process plus two spot color letterpress printed one pass at a time. That means that lil’ piece of paper went through the presses seven times. (six color passes and a letterpress matrix score) Certainly not a typical use of letterpress, but that’s why it was so fun to print it. Laying down color one at a time means a little guess work as you build the color density for the final image, but fun to watch it unfold. The process printed picture was from CSA stock images and worked pretty well to break out into plates even though it started as a heavily line screened image. The plates were printed with a 90 line per inch screen on Mohawk Loop Husk 160lb Cover.”
June 30, 2010 | 2 Comments
Designed by Mucca Design | Country: United States
“After researching the vibrant visual landscape in the Condesa neighborhood, we were excited to translate the area’s energy into a bold restaurant brand. To create an authentic experience, we hand-painted the typography in the style of the signs and menus found at market stalls and lunch counters throughout the region. Hungry luchadors—masked wrestlers—grimace from the inside of matchbook covers, and traditional fortune-telling songbirds pose on coasters with stamp-on fortunes for customers to take away.”
June 28, 2010 | 4 Comments
Designed by Michael Golan | Country: Israel
“Anima is a company that manufactures organic care products for animals. All their products are chemical free and made from natural hydrosoils and flower essences. Since the company is still in its infant stage, it was important to the owners that the production cost of the packages wasn’t too high. That is why it was decided to produce labels for now. So far the products are proving to be a great success.
The products are now sold only in Israel but since they will soon be available in Europe too.”
June 23, 2010 | 2 Comments
Designed by Alice Pattullo | Country: United Kingdom
Illustration is a wonderful medium to be used on packaging, as shown here on these conceptual products designed by this recent Brighton University graduate. We love her style, and hope to see her work gracing actual packaging very soon!
June 15, 2010 | No Comments
“The first copies of Eames Century Modern will endure the rigors of modern parcel delivery systems jealously guarded in a solid chunk of furniture-grade plywood. Hand printed with our signature air-dried inks in 30 versions, each block includes a keyhole so it can stand (or hang) as a 21st century monument to 20th century design principles.”
May 31, 2010 | 3 Comments
Designed by Christine Clayton | Country: United States
“Crayola has a lot of brand equity in their color names. I wanted to create a series of packaging (here: forest green, mod magenta, and purple mountain magesty) which playfully accents these color names.”