September 14, 2010 | 4 Comments
A redesign to increase the functionality and re-use value of the packaging, which displays the qualities of the product itself.
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 17, 2010 | 6 Comments
Designed by Construct | Country: United Kingdom
“London design studio Construct has given the branding of London’s famous Claridge’s hotel a thorough overhaul. Because it is a working hotel with a huge number of items traditionally branded (from teapots and egg cups through to slippers and dressing gowns), Construct’s task of not just branding, but implementing a consistent and cohesive sense of identity throughout the hotel and the objects within it was by no means straightforward. In fact, the rollout of the new branding is ongoing throughout this year as there are so many different ideas to implement across a huge range of items.
As well as introducing a sophisticated colour palette of jade, gold, white and black, bold architecturally inspired chevron patterns appear on the inside of bags, envelopes and on various objects, publications and goodies guests at the hotel are lilkely to encounter.”
April 16, 2010 | 5 Comments
Designed by Swann Marchon | Country: Austria
A packaging concept for HB pencils which doubles as a container and is intended to be displayed on ones’ desk. Considering art and design supplies are largely geared towards creative people it is constantly surprising how dreadful their packaging solutions can be. We’d love to see more of this sort of simple, functional design hitting art store shelves in the future. To solve the problem of mandatory labeling, removable cardboard sleeves could be employed.
March 30, 2010 | 2 Comments
Designed by Naori Miyazaki | Country: Japan
“Düller is Japanese designed and produced but takes many of its cues from German minimalism and Bauhaus by valuing the philosophy that less is more. Düller believes that design has its own evolution and that form and function are naturally selected — in this design world, adding something means nothing.”
February 14, 2010 | 8 Comments
Designed by Marisa Torres | Country: Canada
“Ecologiks is a line of eco-friendly school supplies. Made with recycled and post-consumer materials, Ecologiks presents an alternative to unsustainable, generic or brand name, or otherwise dull school supplies. The brand is inspired and manufactured for children. The package offers a full range of products—mainly school supplies. We intend to offer variety packages that include notebooks, pencil cases, calendars, and other stationery.”
December 31, 2009 | 5 Comments
Designed by Mongkol Praneenit | Country: United States
“This is a redesigned for General Electric high-end light bulbs. The package is designed with recycled material to promote sustainability. Information is cleanly organized into a label system to reduce printing over the whole package.”
December 9, 2009 | 4 Comments
Designed by AIAIAI | Country: Denmark
“The A-stand is designed to serve a functional and practical need in improving the ergonomic work position at your workstation.”
December 3, 2009 | 2 Comments
Designed by cul-de-sac | Country: Australia
“From the classically stylish through to the fun, the timeless and ‘just because’ designs, all French Navy note cards feature either a matching or complementary lined envelope for that special finishing touch.”
November 15, 2009 | 2 Comments
Designed by Studio Kluif | Country: The Netherlands
A humourous take on copy paper sold by international European retailer, HEMA.