May 20, 2010 | 3 Comments
Designed by Mariève Dorman | Country: Canada
“Here is a nice packaging for fruits and nuts in three formats for the wood walker, the small wood walker and even the women runner. The recycled paper packaging has no printing and is equipped with a detachable single label and a hanger for hooking usefully to small, medium and large walkers of the world.”
May 20, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Kayla Jang | Country: United States
A charming, retro-inspired conceptual design for GE Christmas Lights using a colour palette not normally seen in this product sector.
“The assignment was to redesign the packaging and identity of an ordinary object. I chose the GE Christmas Light Package and I wanted to make it bright and cheerful as christmas light by avoiding clichés. The colorful overlapped shapes are expressed as translucent bulbs and snow flakes as light inside the bulbs.”
May 19, 2010 | 3 Comments
Designed by Audrée Lapierre | Country: Canada
“Our concept was to design a packaging using nutritional facts about the food product. For the milk carton, we used the four sides to inform about the caloric ratio, nutrient balance, ingredients and amount per serving. The diagrams and data visualizations give important and useful information. For example, they quickly show if a food product has a higher proportion of fat.
The data visualizations say more than a regular nutritional facts label. For example, ingredients are visually linked to their corresponding components (carbohydrate, total fat, proteins, sodium, others). In the case of a bag of chips, you would immediately see that it contains lots of ingredients without nutritive value.
Nutritional information becomes the main goal of the packaging, while still carrying a powerful branding by combining an expressive form with useful information.”
May 19, 2010 | 2 Comments
Designed by B&T Group | Country: Canada
“MYGO is a new generation of drink, a superfruit juice, rich in antioxidants. It contains GOJI berry, an ancient Chinese medicinal fruit, often called “the fruit of happiness”.
May 19, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Place Du Marché | Country: France
Pretty cylindrical packaging for this champagne’s 150th anniversary.
May 19, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Voice | Country: Australia
“Longview’s Estate range has been available for 10 years. After the vineyard was sold, the new owners commissioned the redesign of the original labels with the specific purpose of increasing sales and portraying a message of quality and uniqueness.”
May 18, 2010 | 12 Comments
Designed by Corrine Pant | Country: Canada
“Choosing plastic wrap for non-perishable items is often a choice that is unjustifiable for the real needs of the product. To address this problem, Corinne Pant looked at the real needs of electronic parts packaging. In a poetic and very functional gesture, it shows us once again that “less is more”.”
May 18, 2010 | 0 Comments
Designed by Yellow Owl Workshop | Country: United States
A simple hand-printed canvas bag is a great reusable packaging option to organize and store items that are part of a collection, like these stamps.
May 18, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Base | Country: Spain
“70 kilometers outside the city of Barcelona is Alt Penedes, a region long renowned for its Catalan wines. In the village of Torrelles de Foix is a plot of grape-growing land known as Terrer de Sapera. From this land comes the new wine on the block, a merlot called Merula. The name Merula translates to blackbird in Latin—mirlo, also the source of the name of the merlot grape, whose deep wines are said to resemble the color of blackbird feathers.
We designed the label, capsule, and a six-bottle case for Merula. As it’s a new winery producing a grape not typical in Alt Penedes, we opted for a non-traditional approach. Building on the name Merula, we worked with illustrator Miguel Ordoñez to create friendly blackbird.”
May 17, 2010 | 2 Comments
Designed by Zwölf | Country: Germnay
“After a split-7″ release on Siluh, the debut album “Planet, Planet” (Klimbim Records/Cargo) put the spotlight firmly on the Berliner lads from Elyjah. For us it was clear: this CD is fantastic. Both playful and atmospheric, it leaves a lasting impression. To ensure that that message was conveyed to the customer, we fired pellets at all two thousand covers. They circle like planets around a fixed point. Returning to a time in which men had morals in their hearts and cloth handkerchiefs in their trouser pockets, we put the band in Herr von Eden suits and then printed the large-format photos shot by Norman Konrad by hand.
Typographically, we continued this theme with two typefaces from that time period: Memphis, from Emil Rudolph Weiß (1929) and the wonderful Wieynck Gotisch from Heinrich Wieynck (1926) were put into use on an old Heidelberg printing machine.”