August 5, 2013 | 2 Comments
Designed by Cultivator Advertising & Design | Country: United States
“This month, Dust Cutter Beverage Co., Jackson Hole, Wy., launches its first product line, three varieties of all-natural, western-style lemonade, available in western state test markets and online. Package design (as well as the branding and advertising) is by Cultivator Advertising & Design, Denver, their first work for the new client.
Dust Cutter is packaged in fast-cooling, 16 oz., reclosable aluminum (“Alumi-Tek”) bottles, and comes in Original, Huckleberry, and Iced Tea varieties, retailing online for $20 per 12-pack. Its all-natural ingredients include ginseng and Vitamin B. Dust Cutter is made from the company founder, Eric Green’s family recipe, served up for generations to parched guests at the Warm Springs Ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.”
August 5, 2013 | 0 Comments
Designed by Mucho | Country: United States
“MidNight drinks is proposing a unique idea for cocktail consumption. Using a simple system involving a backing box with cocktail mixes and a box shaker, their intention is to revolutionize the way people create cocktails both in bars and at home. The cocktail mixes maintain the essence of classic cocktails but this new method results in surprisingly excellent quality cocktails.
We were invited to generate a new brand identity that could retain the tradition and elegance of cocktail making, whilst reflecting this revolutionary new method. Based on the geometric reinterpretation of the ‘M’ and the ‘N’ in Mid Night we created a system of triangles that when mixed with classic engravings of fruits generate a kaleidoscopic visual language. It really captures this new and fun way of creating cocktails.”
July 29, 2013 | 0 Comments
The paintings that hang on the walls of a house reflect the aesthetic sensibilities of its occupants. In this sense, every person wants a piece of art that speaks out to him – and no person in his right mind will buy art that holds no special appeal.
Fortunately, there are ways for anyone to get a hold of art that caters to his taste. Online, it is easy to pick out paintings and sculptures. Mixed media art is usually categorized according to orientation, size, medium, subject, and style. This gives everyone leeway in terms of choices!
Why A Home Should Have Art
There are many reasons why every home should have at least one piece of art. Below are some of the most compelling ones.
Attention getting mixed media art in a home widens the horizon of its occupants. It teaches diversity by portraying cultural traits, religious preferences, and lifestyle choices. Just by looking at a piece of art, a person immediately appreciates something new.
July 26, 2013 | 3 Comments
Designed by Dorian | Country: Spain
“At the gates of the Pyrenees, embraced by the norther mountain range “Sierra Larga” and halfway between the regions of Segrià and Noguera, lie the vineyard of the winery “Lagravera”. A singular and unique vineyard in Catalonia for being located on an old gravel pit.
Laltre is the youngest wine they produce and its new design represents, through an optical illusion, the merged values of his youth with the experience and wisdom of the traditional methods which follows the winery.”
July 25, 2013 | 3 Comments
Designed by Cartils | Country: United Kingdom
“Unique in the world as a premium alcoholic ice tea, Harry Brompton’s was launched this month with success. In a matter of weeks demand has soared, and it seems that Harry Brompton’s ice tea is not only here to stay, but it’s here to conquer the world. In the traditional tea-loving country of Britain the brand was finally launched after years of perfecting the ‘secret’ hand-crafted recipe.
CARTILS Branding & Packaging Design Consultants were responsible for the design, reaffirming their expertise in the area of ‘New Product Developments’.”
July 25, 2013 | 0 Comments
Designed by Robot Food | Country: United Kingdom
“Beanies The Flavour Co. has launched a range of flavour coffee exclusively for Sainsbury’s, with a new design created by specialist branding partner Robot Food. The creative team worked in close collaboration with Sainsbury’s to deliver exactly what it felt was missing from the shelves. Beanies’ commitment to satisfy the retailer was rewarded in volume orders, which are hitting the shelves by mid July.
The range includes three instant flavours and three roast ground flavours. Flavours include Amaretto, Irish Cream, Cinder Toffee and Very Vanilla.”
July 24, 2013 | 1 Comment
Designed by Marios Karystios | Country: Cyprus
“Alexandra Manousakis left the U.S. back in 2007 to manage her family winery in the island of Crete. Her admiration for Crete, a magical place, rich in history and natural beauty, made her conceive a selection of local products under the name of Terroir, a line of products that serves as a showcase of Cretan nature as well as its unique and unforgettable terroir.
The approach on the design was influenced by Alexandra’s simplicity in character and her love for supporting local communities and charities. Each bottle of the olive oil and sea salt jar, is handmade by a local ceramist, and a percentage of the profits is donated to ELEPAP, a very special school for children with disabilities.”
July 24, 2013 | 0 Comments
Designed by Giovanni D’Andrea | Country: France
“How do you infuse creative spirit & offbeat personality to a organic wine brand? Giovanni D’Andrea, a French freelance Art Director, designs a glamorous & unexpected label for Jérôme Balmet, a local French wine producer. A mix of colourful and edgy graphics inspired by Mexican skulls! An absolute hit in the trendy Parisian wine bars!”
July 23, 2013 | 2 Comments
Designed by Robot Food | Country: United Kingdom
“Anyone who saw the 1986 coming of age movie Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, will know just how important Abe Froman was to the sausage producing industry of Chicago.
Although a private man, Abe was a tenacious and powerful food industry magnate. From humble beginnings as a butcher shop apprentice, he went on to dominate sausage production in the northern states. Often referred to as “the sausage king of Chicago” he foolishly diverted attention, investing heavily on the stock market, losing most of his fortune in a one day 1987 market crash, known as Black Monday.”
July 23, 2013 | 1 Comment
Designed by Mattmo | Country: The Netherlands
“Giel is a small-scale producer of Dutch Cider. Cider is a natural form of conservation of apples. Giels apples are unsprayed and handpicked in the Tull en ‘t Waal area. In Spain, UK, France and Germany Cider is food culture. Cider has a growing market in The Netherlands.”