January 13, 2011 | 6 Comments
Designed by WORK Labs | Country: United States
“Being inspired by the name Meteor, we chose to mimic a star-filled night sky. The 360 degree print on the Merlot bottle is the only one we’ve ever seen that covers 100% of the bottle. And because of the process of how they are printed, each bottle ends up being a little different than the last.”
January 13, 2011 | 0 Comments
Designed by Kent | Country: United Kingdom
“Kent is the world’s oldest brush manufacturer, and luckily seen by most as the world as the finest brush makers. We have been making our products for 234 years (founded in 1777!). We sell our brushes globally and employ about 28 staff.
One of our ranges is called ‘FINEST’ – these brushes range from £20-£45 and are all hand finished wooden brushes. The current pack had many issues that desperately needed addressing, they were hard to open, they were susceptible to tearing and damage, it was hard for customers to identify which brushes were for men and which brushes were for women, they were a nightmare to construct, in some cases the company logo was wrong, the list goes on…”
We are honoured to exclusively showcase this great work from a company with such pedigree on Lovely Package.
January 12, 2011 | 10 Comments
Designed by Society27 | Country: Germany
“The idea behind Society27 is to create a global product based community, where every member can work and influence on the future products. Every item would be manufactured in only 27 pieces.
For Sneaker/Shoe Model No.1, our first product, we used high quality suede, leather lining and for the packaging we created a wooden box. The project has been in development for quite some time now and we believe it’s time to show it to the world.”
January 12, 2011 | 1 Comment
Designed by Diferente | Country: Poland
Warsaw based Diferente created these packages for Vaspiatta Coffee’s finest blend of Arabica coffee beans.
January 12, 2011 | 10 Comments
Designed by Bonnie Miguel | Photography: Judy Parker | Country: Spain
“Abella is fine artisan honey produced and estate bottled in Galicia, a naturally and historically rich region of northwestern Spain. “Abella” means bee in Gallego, the language spoken in Galicia, and the name is a tribute to these remarkable creatures and the healthy delicacies they produce. The products consist of 100% pure, raw, unfiltered honey created by master beekeepers using age-old techniques. Every drop is a work of art.
The packaging of Abella’s specialty honey line, featuring honey with royal jelly, pollen and propolis, was designed to create an identity for the company and capture the rural, artisan character of the product in a refined, elegant and streamlined manner. The free-form, beveled effect of the jars, from Bruni Glass of Italy, is a natural fit, while the label design makes a simple yet powerful statement.”
January 11, 2011 | 7 Comments
Designed by The Moderns | Country: United States
“Berry+ is a 95% berry-based, 100% plant-based laundry soap. Unlike conventional detergents that come in a heavy plastic jugs, Berry+ comes in a tiny microdose (2ml – a little less than half a teaspoon) capsule. Each microdose has enough concentrated soap to clean up to 30lbs of laundry (or any size load in between). The outer packaging is 80% non-GMO, plant-based bio-resin clam shell.
The product represents a a disruptive design innovation in the laundry space. Berry+ works any way you do laundry (HE machines, front-loaders, top-loaders, or in the sink) and is cold water-formulated. The packaging is so light that it takes 3.67x fewer trucks to transport Berry+ than leading detergents that come in a jug.
The Moderns, a multidisciplinary branding agency and design think tank based in Manhattan, developed the packaging, branding, and go-to-market strategy for Berry+.”
January 11, 2011 | 7 Comments
Designed by Lorenzo Ottaviani | Country: United States
“Cavalierino is a small winery in the beautiful high hills of Poggiano within a stone’s throw from the historical towns of Montepulciano and Pienza just south of Siena, Tuscany, Italy. 155 prime acres of vineyards, olive groves, woods and cypress trees are bathed in a soft, golden Tuscan light.
“It is very difficult for a new small winery to emerge in the prime wine producing region of Tuscany. My strategic approach embraced such a handicap with enthusiasm – says Creative Director Lorenzo Ottaviani.
“Under my vision, Cavalierino – little horse in Italian – became a metaphor for David against Goliath: the underdog against the powerful and Tuscan wineries. Cavalierino’s wine production is small but the wines have a great personality and are getting noticed by the critics and the public. I designed the Cavalierino’s brand and packaging to be highly distinctive with a clean, fresh, colorful language that is a complete departure from the rhetorical designs employed by the established wineries. In a store environment Cavalierino’s wines command shelf-attention and once you taste them then you fall in love.”
January 10, 2011 | 2 Comments
Designed by Mats Ottdal | Country: Norway
Frisk is a drinking yogurt designed for young children who don’t like milk which uses bright colours and happy fruit-shaped characters to appeal to the target audience. Some of you may remember Mats’ birdy juice concept, which we featured last year.
January 10, 2011 | 3 Comments
Designed by Progress Packaging | Country: United Kingdom
These boxes were designed for Real Art Press to hold limited edition books on the Rat Pack and Bill Gold: PosterWorks.
January 10, 2011 | 0 Comments
Designed by Heesun Kim | Country: United States
“Artist Edition Clif Bar: The goal was to create a limited artist edition Clif Bars for two of the flavors. As seen by “Cool Mint Chocolate” and “Cranberry Apple Cherry” flavors, the color palette reflects on the flavors. The concept was to show ordinary animals doing extraordinary things with the help of Clif Bars.”