November 25, 2011 | 2 Comments
Designed by Schmidt/Thurner/von Keisenberg | Country: Germany
Natural Mineral Water Aqua Monaco is not only of special origin but also shows a challenging branding.
The glacier water’s source is situated in the “Münchner Schotterebene” which makes it a real Munich product. The world famous Munich beers use the same water which is more than 10.000 years old and a left over from the last huge glaciers. Aqua Monaco is captured pure and clean in over 150 meters under ground.
November 24, 2011 | 4 Comments
Designed by Neogine Design | Country: New Zealand
“Our latest wine branding project, Te Pa for Montford wines. A Blenheim winemaker with a rich history. Based at the Wairau Bar, the oldest inhabited piece of land in Aotearoa, the ancestors of the McDonald family have lived on this land since 1350. The branding captures this rich history a well as their love of the land and the life it provides. The first piece of material to be rolled out are the wine labels, with website and photography to come. If you look closely you can see the stories from the land captured in the typographic map, which is overglossed on the label.”
November 23, 2011 | 4 Comments
Designed by Bryan Couchman Country: United States
“National Brewing Company is a self initiated project created for my portfolio. I mixed contemporary and vintage elements to create a timeless and relevant label. The Golden Wheat brew establishes a brand language that is flexible enough to be applied to future brews.”
November 23, 2011 | 3 Comments
“A fictional school project redesigning Aalborg Jubilæums Akvavit. This product is a celebration of the 100 year anniversary of Aalborg Taffel Akvavit, 1846. Our intention with the redesign was to reach a younger target group, while still having the elderly consumers in mind.
We have made a new label for the new bottle, but kept the current traditional logotype. One of things that is recognizable with this liquor is it’s taste of oak, which we chose to highlight.
The gift packaging is handcrafted in oak, will be more expensive than just the bottle, and will be a preferable luxury choice as an anniversary present.”
November 22, 2011 | 9 Comments
Designed by Yevgeny Razumov | Country: Russia
Padre Divino (in Italian Divino means divine, di vino – wine) is a dessert red wine recommended for use on Catholic holidays and also as one of the basic elements of receiving the Eucharist in Catholicism.
November 21, 2011 | 5 Comments
Designed by TBD | Country: United States
Great concepts and packaging by TBD from Oregon. Illustrated by Joe Wilson.
November 21, 2011 | 1 Comment
Designed Leynivopnid | Country Iceland
“Float is a water therapy product, focusing on a deep and relaxing water experience.”
November 21, 2011 | 3 Comments
Designed by Atipus | Country: Spain
“Traditionally, in November, coinciding with the celebration of the slaughtering of the pig, the ‘Vi Novell’ is bottled. This is a fresh and fruity wine which is bottled before its fermentation is finished. Therefore, the wine doesn’t mature in the bottle and it must be consumed within a short space of time. It is a wine for enjoying; a wine for celebration.
The graphic references religious illustrations of the saints. On the label, we sanctify the pig, on its day of sacrifice.”
November 20, 2011 | 3 Comments
Designed by Force & Form | Country: United States
“With boxed wines currently representing 36% of wine sales in Scandinavia and 45.9% in Australia, the Rutherford Wine Company grabbed the opportunity to introduce a brand uniquely conceived to appeal to Millennials and Gen X-ers in America. Our solution is a package that is as equally at home in Giant Robot as it is on the shelves of your local grocery store. Cuboid proudly embraces its boxiness. With its quirky logo, vintage colors, eco-friendly materials, 8-bit citizens and even a toga party—Cuboid appeals to the youthful spirit in us all.”
November 19, 2011 | 3 Comments
Designed by Level | Country: United States
“C4C, an abbreviation of common cooking measurements — or “Cup4Cup”—is a complete multi-purpose, gluten-free flour blend that can replace all-purpose flour cup for cup in most recipes.
C4C is a collaborative effort between French Laundry chef/owner Thomas Keller and French Laundry research/development chef Lena Kwak. Kwak developed the mix so gluten-free guests could enjoy breads and desserts at the restaurant. She knew she was on the right track when she watched a guest who was in tears after being able to eat brioche for the first time in over a decade.
The new product’s branding and packaging design is simple, sophisticated, a little unexpected, and is designed to appeal to gluten-intolerant and gluten-tolerant consumers alike.”