May 30, 2011 | 1 Comment
Designed by Susanna Tremaine | Country: United States
“As a three book series about Vinyl covers of the seventies, this box set promotes Hipnosis, Roger Dean, and Paula Scher. Each book cover displays some of the most popular vinyl covers designed by each artist. The box set comes in a compact case, all to scale with an actual record.”
May 30, 2011 | 1 Comment
Designed by Dorian | Country: Spain
In occasion of “La Rioja Tierra Abierta – La Fiesta Barroca 2011″, cultural event which focuses on the historical and artistic heritage of La Rioja, the winery Palacios Remondo presents two commemorative wines. The design created is a tribute to Alfaro, the town where the winery is located and its Baroque history.
A tribute to the land and its symbols through a collection of 6 labels for each wine, that focuses in the name of the city illustrated with baroque ornamentation inspired in the altar of the “Virgen del Rosario” from the “Colegiata de San Miguel”, which is the symbol of the Riojan Baroque and the center of the event activities.
May 30, 2011 | 0 Comments
Designed by Pau Puig | Country: Spain
“Sweet Spain is a Spanish company that produces typical sweets native to Spain. The packaging is based on a modular system for the entire line giving it a modern yet traditional feeling.”
May 29, 2011 | 1 Comment
Designed by KIRK+MAARBJERG | Country: Denmark
“We are two chefs (Mikkel Maarbjerg and Nikolaj Kirk) who since 2007 have worked on our own series of knives, called Endeavour. Together we run Kirk+Maarbjerg, which is a Scandinavian company, based in Copenhagen. Today, the Endeavour knives are sold in select stores in Denmark, England, Finland, Germany and the United States.
The expression in Endeavour series is sought to be young, urban and funky in a minimalistic fashion – simply because it appeals to us as individuals. The basis for the design is found in the mixture of the strict expression and the more flamboyant style that we have experienced in our chefs-world in the two opposites of the Michelin- and street-kitchen.
Endeavour is exclusively our design. Our experience over many years in the kitchen and our approach to aesthetics has shaped both the knife-series, but also the packaging. The basic idea behind the boxes is to convey the feeling of an experience when un-packing a new Endeavour knife. The hope is that one is almost starving for the content, even before you get the box opened, just as we ourselves know it from some electronic gadgets.
We believe that we have managed the task of bringing together the experience from quality gadgets with the gastronomic world, so now we look forward to hearing what our customers think.”
May 29, 2011 | 3 Comments
Designed by Bora Mesut Palas | Country: Turkey
“Logo, illustration and packaging for my package design class at Marmara University – Faculty of Fine Arts. Tatlı Şeyler (Turkish for “Sweet Things”) was an imaginary client who’s about to release some bakery decoration products like cocoa, sesame and coconut. These are the two alternatives I’ve done (metal cylinder and regular box) for the cocoa version.”
May 29, 2011 | 3 Comments
Designed by Maas Design | Country: United States
“Bottle and identity design for VODA – a series of flavor infused vodkas. Alcohol packaging often looks to the companies past for its inspiration. Since this was a new brand conceived in the modern digital age we had fun with the idea of using the “play” icon recognizable from many of today’s digital devices. The contemporary design was meant to target a younger audience of vodka drinkers and players.”
May 29, 2011 | 0 Comments
“It all began with a pedal bin in 1939, but since then Vipp has grown into a large family offering a wide range of products. Today, the original bin has been joined by several new bathroom and kitchen products all displayed & stocked in premium interior- & design shops around the world.
Our ambition for the new Vipp packaging was to create a unique packaging concept that embodies Vipp’s principles on aesthetics and function.With this design we have succeeded in implementing a packaging concept to very different products both in terms of size and function. The packaging is manufactured in premium matt certified FSC paper and inserts are in black corrugated cardboard with colored core.”
May 28, 2011 | 8 Comments
“Featuring original artwork by a variety of both established and up-an-coming artists, each of the six bottles is a unique interpretation of the masked heroes of lucha libre, or professional Mexican wrestling.
The 1800® Essential Artists collection is an opportunity to collaborate with and showcase the talents of urban artists in a unique mix of palette and palate. In recent years, tequila has emerged as the discerning drink du jour, appearing on many of the country’s premier cocktail menus and winning over the discriminating tastes of a younger, modern crowd with its clean flavor and unmistakable kick. Through the launch of Essential Artists, 1800® brings a contemporary, artistic edge to the tequila category.
“We’re excited to offer another round of Essential Artists bottles, as we received an overwhelmingly positive response to our first two campaigns,” said Elwyn Gladstone, VP of Marketing for Proximo. “Emerging artists can struggle for years before seeing their work recognized on a national scale, but the creative genius behind the submissions and the incredible demand from consumers has allowed us to expand this program and feature six more artists, on our way to showcasing 1,800 inspired submissions.”
May 28, 2011 | 2 Comments
Designed by CookChick Design | Country: United Kingdom
“CookChick Design has re-designed Adnams no.1 real ale brand. The re-design covers pump clips and take home packaging along with other launch & POS items.
Following the succesful re-design of Adnams Broadside last year and as part of an on going programme, CookChick has been tasked with enhancing the unique character and stories behind each of the brands in the Adnams beer portfolio.
The ‘Southwold Jack’ has been evolved as the brand icon for Southwold Bitter. It is an icon that has been associated with Adnams for almost 100 years. A statue synonymous with the town since 1400 can still be found today in the heart of the town ‘protecting’ the brewery.”
May 27, 2011 | 5 Comments
Designed by Imaginista Branding | Country: Canada
Pulsazione is a European company operating in the beauty sector that believes in offering services and products at a price that is accessible to everyone. Their new line of lotions and creams are currently being sold in Pulsazione stores globally.
One of the brand’s core values is that their products and services are priced in a completely honest way, with no hidden costs. It was very important to carry this approach through to the packaging by keeping it simple, and labelling the tubes containing the product in clear, straightforward language.
There are seven families of product within the Pulsazione Cosmetics line. One of the main objectives of this project was finding a way to differentiate these families, while keeping the packaging visually unified. This was achieved through a numbering system, with each number representing a family of products.
The packaging had to reflect that the products and services Pulsazione offer are geared towards both a male and female market. Softer, curvilinear patterns were used on one side of the box to represent female consumers, and a harsher, geometric pattern on the other side to appeal to Pulsazione’s male audience.
The white fronts of the packaging coupled with the beautiful, vibrant colours used on the sides of the boxes ensure they stand out on the shelves in the colourful Pulsazione stores.