December 15, 2014 | 0 Comments
Designed by Clubcreativ | Country: Germany
“Do your thing! Be it in super markets, gourmet food or tea shops, nowadays nothing but conventional tea that lacks design and quality comes across your way.We decided to change that and break with all traditions of the tea establishment. The brand name “POP TEE” is derived from the Pop Art movement which shocked the art establishment in the mid-50s in a way we want to shake today’s tea market. Our goal is to breathe new life into the industry by combining puristic design and vivid hues with organic teas of the highest quality. The idea of POP TEE is based on a clear-cut sustainability concept and social involvement which means that we environmentally friendly produce and ship our products and partner with Slum-Kinder Kunst, an organization that supports young children in Third World countries.”
December 15, 2014 | 1 Comment
Designed by Emily Claire Guin | Country: United States
“Dash – based in San Francisco – was founded in 2011 by two chefs who were both disenchanted and unsatisfied by the conventional market for purchase-ready seasonings. The pair saw a need for seasonings that would bring vibrancy to at-home cooking.Dash seasonings are all-natural, finely crafted blends of dried herbs, spices and fruits that elevate the home meal to gourmet refinement.
Dash is a luxury brand that appeals to the food connoisseur who values a gourmet at-home meal yet appreciates the convenience of a reliable pre-made blend.
Dash intends to wholesale to high-end national groceries and specialty stores (such as Whole Foods and Williams-Sonoma) as well as market its products through its online store.”
December 13, 2014 | 0 Comments
Designed by Robot Food | Country: United Kingdom
“We all love Christmas. But when you’re a design agency, the pressure’s on. To celebrate the season and their distinctive creative approach, Robot Food gave clients, family and friends something fun, festive and worth making room for on the mantelpiece.
The specialist branding and packaging agency decided on a traditional wooden nutcracker. With an on-brand robotic twist. First seen in Germany, these ornamental figures have been around since the 15th century. They’re usually a wooden solder, knight or king, and are said to possess guardian-like properties because of their imposing presence. One of the inspirations behind The Nutcracker ballet, they’re enjoyed the world over for their festive decorative qualities.”
November 30, 2014 | 1 Comment
Designed by Oriol Pascual | Country: Spain
“Limited edition consisting of 99 bottles containing “vi de pagès”, a young red wine that has been handmade on the same property where the grapes were grown. The labels have been individually numbered, so you can perceive that each bottle is unique and distinct.”
November 26, 2014 | 3 Comments
Designed by VRS WPI Vilnius | Country: Lithuania
“Kefir is a very tradicional drink in Lithuania. It is definately not a drink that is considered to be “cool” to drink. Vilkyškių pieninė – a producer of fresh milk products decided to change that. So we make a new packaging design for a youth oriented kefir – and the youngsters caught it and liked it.”
November 24, 2014 | 1 Comment
Designed by Atipus | Country: Spain
“Packaging design for Chérie, a new Belgian top fermented cherry-flavoured wheat beer.”
November 24, 2014 | 1 Comment
Designed by Not Perfect | Y&R Vilnius | Country: Lithuania
“Task: To create visual identity for experimental Red Brick Beer Workshop, which has been set up in the 230 year-old red brick brewery on the Baltic Sea shore. A place where experiment and play with unconventional raw materials gives birth to small batches of unexpected and amusing sorts and flavours of beer.
Solution: Compelling and natural, over-simplistic design embraces the sea, declining all the décor-enriched beer designs, trying to merge the playful nature of craft beer with the sense of technological simplification, giving the feeling of hand-crafted quality.
Results: Employing vector graphics, we created modern minimalistic package design, conceptual seaside visual identity and a logo of a cart bearing three bricks, which stand for three distinct Red Brick Beer Workshop types of beer. Now every brick dreams of becoming a red brick…”
November 24, 2014 | 0 Comments
Designed by Quevieneelcoco | Country: Spain
“The series contains seven items produced in a range of pastel colors and using ecologically friendly materials. It pulls away from the common design aesthetics, principally sold in pharmacies.”
November 23, 2014 | 1 Comment
Designed by Hart D’Lacey | Country: United Kingdom
“Hart D’Lacey have designed REN Skincare’s 2014 Christmas Gift Packaging using vibrant illustrations of cranes, a symbol of longevity and good fortune throughout Asia.
Hart D’Lacey realised the symbolism of the Crane would provide a strong concept for this range of skincare Christmas gifts, representing happiness and good luck in the coming year for the gift recipient.
The imagery utilises REN’s established bold colour palette to give the gift boxes an increased prominence in a retail environment.
REN skincare are best known for their natural, innovative skincare products. Hart D’Lacey’s ongoing involvement with REN has helped build and elevate the brand through consistently and effectively connecting with their loyal worldwide customer base.”
November 23, 2014 | 0 Comments
Designed by Buddy | Country: United Kingdom
“When Devon-based Ashridge Drinks asked us to create a new identity and language for their premium and organic ciders and soft drinks, we were determined to challenge the category. The depiction of fruit remained vital, but we were able to approach it in a more symbolic way, creating miniature works of modern art using abstract fruit shapes to differentiate flavour and variant.
Combined with our brand line The Art of Fine Drinks, and a foiled signature-style logotype, the identity highlights the exquisite craft on which Ashridge has built its reputation. Vibrant yet premium, the identity possesses the flexibility to work in harmony across the brand’s entire portfolio, from sparkling champagne-style ciders, organic vintage ciders and non-alcoholic fruit drinks.”