June 28, 2011 | 7 Comments
Designed by Markus Ölhafen | Country: Austria
“This is a personal project I realised for my girlfriends birthday. It is a magnetic dress-up puppet, made out of printable magnetic foil and cardboard. For the packaging I tried to use materials with a natural feeling to create a handmade-touch. As an inspiration I thought back to primary school when we made small cardboard puppets that could be dressed with paper clothes.”
June 28, 2011 | 2 Comments
Designed by M8 Design | Country: Norway
“Jytte flour is a new line of gluten free flour. Being a small business the marketing budget was limited so we had to create a design with real stopping effect. This colourful range of flour bags was awarded Silver in the European Design Awards.”
June 27, 2011 | 6 Comments
Designed by Vitor Lopes Leite | Country: Brazil
“This college work is absolutely conceptual. It was submitted by me as a simple proposal: To pack a feeling. I chose “Anguish”, and solved the challenge through the representation of a blood bag.
This package is the first model developed by Tetra Pak, in tetrahedral shape.”
June 27, 2011 | 2 Comments
Designed by Vasily Kassab| Country: Italy
“The Bite Me brand was developed based on the concept of healthy life with correct portions. Now we can have a correct portion of chocolate since the new packaging is taking into consideration the percentage of cocoa. The more the percentage of cocoa to milk and other ingredients the bigger the chocolate size and vise versa, the less cocoa the smaller the chocolate becomes. Packaging took into consideration distinguishing colors according to different percentages as well, 70%, 80% and 90% as well as small gift chocolate. Shopping bags were customized to suit the boxes. The technique used is 100% ink free, its a play on the sense of touch, embossing, die cutting and laser engraving was used.”
June 26, 2011 | 1 Comment
Designed by Freddy Taylor | Country: United Kingdom
“Cullisse (meaning nook of the garden) is a brand new rapeseed oil from the highlands of Scotland. Gently cold pressed from seed grown by the Mackenzies of Cullisse on their farm, the rapeseed is then hand-bottled by Robert MacKenzie, one of the fourth generation to produce food at Cullisse.
Concept: Whilst avoiding Scottish clichés, try to create a contemporary brand that reflects the tradition and quality of Cullisse rapeseed oil, through hand-blown, glass bottles and unembellished typography.”
June 25, 2011 | 3 Comments
Designed by JJAAKK Design | Country: United States
“Design concepts for a line of organic nuts and trail mixes. Hand-drawn type, patterns and a natural color palette make this packaging feel right at home on your next hike.”
June 25, 2011 | 2 Comments
Designed by Kate Forrester | Country: United Kingdom
This vintage-inspired commemorative biscuit tin was created to mark April’s wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
June 24, 2011 | 2 Comments
Designed by Estudio Rumba | Country: Argentina
“We worked with a German fashion accessories manufacturer who requested a very special package for necklaces and bracelets which would suit their “Eight Energies” brand. This name evokes the eight energies that are transmitted to the wearer by the gems contained within the accessories. As explained on the pack: “Each piece of Eight Energies is created with passion and love; made to accompany you on your journey.”
We opted to design a single pack based on eight colors reflecting each of the eight energies. The pack can be easily transmuted to accentuate any of the eight energy selections: love, happiness, well-being, success, beauty, strength, intuition & inspiration.”
June 23, 2011 | 4 Comments
Designed by Dsignwrks | Country: Sweden
“Speedy Haircare pops off the shelves with bright fluorescent orange, and the product name in a matte finish on the lid.”
June 23, 2011 | 5 Comments
Designed by FeedbackMP | Country: Spain
“New wine packaging design by FeedbackMP Barcelona for Celistia wine from Costers del Sió winery located in Lleida, Spain (Appellation of Origin: Costers del Segre).
Inspired by the subtle and delicate clarity of the stars that can only be viewed after a short while in the dark, Celestia presents with a curious name and original design that helps to highlight the bottle on the shelf of wine shops and make it memorable and remarkable in restaurants, natural habitats of these wines.
The label design is even more surprising when night falls and the label dark due to the use of luminescent ink.”