December 24, 2009 | 10 Comments
Designed by Tiffany Shih | Country: United States
“This is a concept for a “RePackaging” assignment in which I chose to repackage bras. The packaging was inspired by a KBG commercial in which a young man asks how to tell his girlfriend’s breast size. The answer was to simply relate them to a piece of fruit: “Are they apples, oranges, or grapefruits?”
I thought it was a hilariously cute ad and decided to create a line of bras whose packaging corresponded with the appropriate fruit sizes. A cups are apples and B cups are oranges and etc. Since the concept was very “fruity” in nature, the dingy hangers that lingerie normally came with seemed no longer appropriate as I wanted something light and playful.”
December 15, 2009 | 5 Comments
Designed by Julian Baker | Country: United States
A very nice selection of work from Watkins College of Art and Design in Nashville, TN graduate Julian Baker.
December 9, 2009 | 5 Comments
Designed by Nimrod Gavish | Country: Israel
The clean white faceted look of this wrapping would be sure to go with any flower type or colour, making it a versatile packaging solution for a high-end florist.
December 2, 2009 | 4 Comments
Designed by Lindsay Perkins | Country: United States
“The idea behind the design is to do sustainable, organic, label free packaging. Since all produce grown at organic farms is just a little bit different from each other, I decided to make everything about the packaging, just a little bit different from each other. The phrase “the grass is greener of our side” is the concept behind the designs. The paper used for the bag and menus at their store and cafe is 100% recycled and biodegradable, made with grass seeds. So however it is disposed of, wherever it ends up, grass will grow, a way to give back to the farm’s free-range animals. All type used in the packaging is hand rendered in the shape of grass. The milk jugs, which are label-free, have all information printed right on the glass, and would be returned by the customer to be refilled and reused. The cheeses are packaged with biodegradable cheesecloth and biodegradable wax paper. Whether it is cheese made from goat’s milk or cow’s milk, is differentiated by the sticker which holds the wax paper together. All products/packages are stamped with the farm logo “Nezinscot Farm”, again, making each package unique from one another. Even though it is the same stamp, the reproduction on each is just a little bit different, just as produce from an organic farm.”
November 9, 2009 | 1 Comment
Designed by David Biglow | Country: United States
David Biglow is a recent Portfolio Center in Atlanta graduate.
November 3, 2009 | 10 Comments
Designed by Jess McGeachin | Country: Australia
“Westmalle Tripel is a Belgium beer brewed by monks of the Westmalle Abbey. It is sold as a not-for-profit product with all surplus donated to charity.
My concept behind this packaging was very much driven by religious imagery, inspired by the Abbey that the beer is made in. The iconic arch of a stained-glass window is reflected in the typography, bottle and carry pack of the product. The packaging is designed to allow light through to further emphasize the intended aesthetic.”
October 27, 2009 | 5 Comments
Designed by Nicklas Hellborg | Country: Sweden
Nicklas Hellborg is studying Graphic Media Production in Sweden and one of his projects was to redesign and existing product. He choose to rediesgn Arla’s popular Kefir product.
October 25, 2009 | 5 Comments
Designed by Linn Gustafsson | Country: Sweden
“This is a gift package you got in the paydesk when you buy clothes (in this case) on H&M. Im working on some more designs, instead of a shirt there will be folded sockes and that package shall obviously be smaler then the shirt package. Im also working on jeans and underwear.”
October 24, 2009 | 13 Comments
Designed by Sheldon Hui | Country: Canada
Recent Art Institute of Vancouver graduate Shledon Hui sent us a selection of his package design work.
October 22, 2009 | 1 Comment
Designed by Heather Ashlee Rosenthal | Country: United States
“This isn’t just any old meat packaging. This is meat packaging for an entirely new process of growing meat, separate from the animal! It might sound crazy but this project is a based on real technology. Be honest, there’s nothing quite like a juicy piece of steak. Homegrown offers eco conscious meat lovers hormone and antibiotic free meat. Thanks to In Vitro technology, you can grow your own meat by nurturing food cells just as you would tend to a garden. The way it works is you extract a cell from a baby animal and keep it in a clean isolated place and nurture it by feeding it appropriate proteins and omega 3’s. You can watch it grow just like you watch plants grow! Each pack includes cartoons with food cells as well a tubes of dissolvable protein tablets, omega 3, and even a growth chart!”