August 21, 2010 | 10 Comments
Designed by Mark Johnson | Country: United States
Some beautiful student work designed while Mark was at the Savannah College of Art and Design.
“Based in the understory of the Central American rain forest, Understory Chocolatiers is a company that cares about every step of the chocolate making process. Dedicated to making a great end product, Understory Chocolatiers takes every step into their own hands from bean to bar.”
August 20, 2010 | 3 Comments
Designed by Sara Böttiger | Country: Sweden
“Redesign of an Italian wine called Salice Salentino. In Sweden it costs approximately 7€, which is fairly cheap. When I did the research I realized that many people don’t always remember the name of the wine. They remember the taste, the design of the label, etc, but not the name. In Sweden you can only buy alcohol in places called ‘Systembolaget’. Systembolaget uses numbers on all of their bottles to identify different wines. Sometimes it easier to remember numbers than names. I wanted to use that in my design and I wanted the design to be simple and clean. The three circles are symbols that ‘Systembolaget’ uses to tell customers how the wines taste, if it’s round, rough, etc. The symbols on the label are diecut.”
August 20, 2010 | 4 Comments
Designed by brainCELLS | Country: Australia
“As one of Australia’s must successful craft breweries, Little Creatures need to keep their packaging fresh. BrainCELLS redesigned the packaging for the boutique cider, Pipsqeak in early 2010. The Pipsqueak weightlifter has made way for a vintage pushbike and apple tree. The re-vitalised packaging is brighter and bolder increasing the standout of the product on the shelf.”
August 19, 2010 | 6 Comments
Designed by Konrad Sybilski | Country: Poland
“Tea embodies peace and harmony. After removing the minimalist part of the package (a metaphor for peace), we find a clear pattern on the packaging (a metaphor for harmony). The Pattern design consists of a doily, leaves and jasmine blossoms. It is a call to nature.”
August 19, 2010 | 3 Comments
Designed by Smith & Milton | Country: United Kingdom
This simple design has a lovely vintage feel thanks to its flat red coloration and the beautiful line-art style woodpecker in a complementary hue.
August 18, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Campoy Príncipi Domenech | Country: Argentina
El Incidente (The Incident) is a graphic portrayal of Don José Miguel Viu’s ill-fated hot-air balloon ride over his vineyards in Colchagua Chile.
August 18, 2010 | 4 Comments
Designed by Kathrine Winther Hansen, Audun Stien & Kristoffer Christiansen | Country: Norway
“Meat producer “Villbu” delivers game meat to the people. The clean design tells us about the pure product, 100% natural without spices or other additives. The shape of the packaging is inspired from the terrain where the animal lives.”
Ørret = Brown Trout
Hjort = Deer
Molter = Cloudberries
Rype = Moutain Grouse
August 17, 2010 | 2 Comments
Designed by STRANGER & STRANGER | Country: United Kingdom
“Roscoe’s is a backroom craft beer that pays homage to a speakeasy. The famous prohibition headlines fit on the necker.”
August 17, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by brainCELLS | Country: Australia
“This wine label design is inspired by a well-known surf break in the South of Western Australia. The illustration, inspired by the iconic Mambo surfwear brand is reminiscent of the 60s when every good long board surfer had a VW combi to match. The surf break is well known to residents of the Margaret River region and seemed like the perfect inspiration for a wine that would target a younger demographic. The wine, from Watershed Wines Margaret River has good standout on the shelf due to its bright colouring and individual design.”
August 16, 2010 | 5 Comments
Designed by Pearlfisher | Country: United Kingdom
“Pearlfisher has designed the artwork for food packaging and restaurant menus for new sustainable restaurant chain Otarian – already open in New York and opening in London on 18 August.
Otarian, a new boutique fast-casual restaurant chain, is set to change the face of the London and New York food scenes when it opens this spring, becoming the first global chain to comprehensively carbon footprint every item on its vegetarian menu to internationally recognised standards. The new concept places sustainability at its heart, fusing a passion for the environment with a passion for great food to create a mouth watering dining experience that is also good for the planet.