October 27, 2011 | 4 Comments
Designed by Savvy Studio | Country: Mexico
“Villa de Patos is a family owned business founded in 1980 which aims to provide natural, healthy, fine products made with traditional Mexican techniques and the welfare of the environment in mind.
Illustration, handmade products, classic typefaces and photographs taken by the owners at different times, are the graphic elements used for the development of Villa de Patos brand identity.”
October 26, 2011 | 4 Comments
Designed by R Design | Country: United Kingdom
“Our brief was to establish Eyeko as a more premium specialist, sophisticated brand while still retaining pretty London meets quirky Tokyo look.
By creating the Eyeko shield it enabled us to communicate their brand personality consistently across all media. Using unusual colour combinations helped the brand stand out from it competitors.
We also worked together with the Eyeko team to create a shield as a functional tool that can be used to protect the eyelid from smudges when applying mascara.
We have been heavily involved in all aspects of the business designing their brand identity, packaging, tone of voice, corporate identity, point of purchase and their website.”
October 26, 2011 | 4 Comments
Designed by Coley Porter Bell | Country: United Kingdom
“Brand design agency Coley Porter Bell is creating a new identity for Morrisons’ extensive own brand range as part of the retailer’s push to strengthen the brand and increase the share of its own products bought by customers.
The exercise which aims to transform Morrisons’ own label into a coherent own brand is the biggest design brief in the UK this year. It covers 17,000 products and variants and will roll out over the next 18 months.
October 25, 2011 | 8 Comments
Designed by Barbiturik | Country: France
In 2002 Rémy Hernandez had a life altering skateboarding crash which left him a quadriplegic. After a few years of rehabilitation and reflection he decided to stay focused on his passion of skateboarding by starting his own skate brand.
October 24, 2011 | 5 Comments
Designed by Bailey Lauerman | Country: United States
“Assignment: Design a limited edition wine bottle for Empyreal 75, a pet food protein supplement for dogs and cats. Our main target audience was pet food manufacturers who were considering using Empyreal 75. Our secondary audience was pet food enthusiasts. The red wine was distributed at the Pet Food Forum Tradeshow and is also available for limited purchase. From a packaging standpoint, the challenge was to create something memorable that would be immediately recognizable to dog and cat enthusiasts. The turn around time was two weeks.
The Approach: Both the client and team fell in love with the iconic visual metaphors of the pet collars and tags displayed on the bottles and their association to dogs and cats. The “collar and tag” concept was chosen because of its strong stopping power and packaging opportunities. Production and vendor partners included a printer, tag embosser and a pet collar manufacturer. “Alley Cat Red” and “Foxhound Red” were selected as the names for the two red wines. Both names adorned the stainless steel tags that hung from the leather collars.”
October 24, 2011 | 0 Comments
Designed by Dan and Dave Industries | Country: United States
“Hands are an integral part of our craft. Under constant scrutiny, we set out to develop a lotion tailored to our specific needs: Quick absorbing, long lasting moisture that wouldn’t interfere when handling apparatus.
This unique hand lotion from Fulton‘s Apothecary is finessed with organic ingredients such as Jojoba, a natural and light oil that deeply penetrates hands to heal without a greasy finish. Other nourishing ingredients include Shea Butter and Vitamine E oil. Scented with pure coffee oil which contains high amounts of natural anti-oxidants.”
October 23, 2011 | 14 Comments
Designed by Peter Gregson | Country: Serbia
“Peter Gregson designed a series of 6 different Coca-Cola cans for the celebration of Coca Cola’s 125th anniversary. We used old Coca-Cola ads and posters (from 1930’s, 1940’s) and implemented them in order to create the can that would remind of the Coca Cola’s longevity and, at the same, be something completely new.”
October 22, 2011 | 0 Comments
Designed brainCELLS | Country: Australia
“When Snake (Winemaker) and Herring (Wine Purveyor) approached braincells to launch their new wine project in early 2011, they wanted to do something different. Armed with a clear mission statement, they set out to create a wine package that would stand out from the crowd.
The label captures Snake and Herring flying in a grape balloon across the West Australian landscape searching for wines of exceptional quality. The full bleed illustration is highly detailed with a storybook quality to the finish. The top tier wine label is more refined, focusing on the balloon itself. The label is embellished with coloured foil, hi-build varnish and two detailed silk screens.”
October 22, 2011 | 3 Comments
Designed by Propaganda | Country: United Kingdom
“As part of our ongoing work with the cult beauty brand Illamasqua, we have been heavily involved in the creation, development and launch of their first fragrance. As a brand that celebrates the idiosyncrasy of people, being unique and out of the ordinary, Illamasqua adopted the name ‘Freak’ for the fragrance.
Given this as a basis, we explored a range of different avenues for what a ‘Freak’ bottle should look like. We decided on the bottle in the attached images. The shape is based on a traditional classic perfume bottle, with the bottom right corner removed to make the bottle stand on its edge, echoing the Freak ethos of ‘refusing to fit in’.
A silver snail is attached to its side, a snail being a creature that is perfectly formed yet not admired as being conventionally beautiful by the masses, this represents Illamasqua’s love of beauty in all things, especially the unconventional.
Illamsqua considers itself a night-time brand, therefore it makes sense that this unisex fragrance is made from flowers that bloom only at night, including the Queen of the Night (or Nightblooming Ceresus), a rare flower from the Arizonian desert which blooms for only night a year or when the moon is full.”
October 21, 2011 | 2 Comments
Designed by Andrea Avidad | Country: Venezuela
“Colaboratorium was born as a collective of ten graduting design and marketing students. The main idea was to mix different cultural backgrounds, counting with people from Sweden, Italy, Spain, Ireland and Venezuela. Also to mix different knowledge in areas like graphic design, media design, marketing and art direction.