February 3, 2010 | 4 Comments
swaptext”>Designed by Sanna Annukka | Country: United Kingdom
Special edition tin for Finnish coffee brand Paulig.
February 3, 2010 | 3 Comments
Designed by Spring Design Partners | Country: United States
Define: Uncover white space opportunities and ensure appeal across multiple demographic segments for the launch of a new condom brand featuring break through application technology.
Develop: Shared consumer insights uncovered in our proprietary Design Insight Research™ process allowed us to creatively connect the functionality of the QuickStrips™ technology with the passionate Sensis™ brand.
Deliver: Our design solution utilizes continuous line movement to deliver an emotionally engaging brand design with iconic brand attributes.
February 2, 2010 | 7 Comments
Designed by Goodmorning Technology | Country: Denmark
“Scanwood is Denmark’s largest manufacturer of wooden kitchen appliances, selling their products in Denmark as well as the rest of Europe and the Middle East.
Scanwood’s CEO wanted to change the packaging to communicate the fact that their products are made through an environmentally friendly process and are of course also made from all natural materials.
February 2, 2010 | 1 Comment
Designed by Jared Milam | Country: United States
“12 Bridges Gin is a small batch, hand-crafted gin made in Portland, Oregon, a city of bridges. The concept of “bridge” is echoed throughout the design, including the metal label (pictured) on the front of the bottle. One of Portland’s bridges (Hawthorne bridge pictured) is screen printe
d on the back of each bottle. Over time, all 12 Portland bridges will be featured. The side of the bottle features the high level story of 12 Bridges Gin, and underneath, a story of the actual Portland bridge being featured.”
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Designed by <a href="ht
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Adorable illustrations cover this box designed as a promotional gift for a business consulting company.
February 1, 2010 | 3 Comments
Designed by Spear Design Group | Country: United States
“Yellow+Blue = Green, as in organic wines in recyclable Tetra Paks.
Spear Design Group developed the new packaging that tells the Yellow+Blue story for the company’s four eco-friendly, organic wines: Malbec, Torrontes, Sauvignon Blanc and Rosé.
February 1, 2010 | 4 Comments
Designed by Jeff Holmberg | Country: United States
“The label is customized by rubber stamping the coffee variety and hole punching the bean and weight information. The ripped edge of the label on the kraft bag balances a raw yet refined look.”
February 1, 2010 | 4 Comments
Designed by The Creative Method | Country: Australia
“The aim was to create a unique gift to give our clients at Christmas and to act as a new business introduction. It needed to remind them of who we are and the long hours that we put into our work. It needed to feature all of our staff, reflect our creativity and sense of humor. The print run was 5000 labels. We obtained high quality cleanskin wines and created our own labels. Each label was based on one staff member. It included a number of facial features and the client is encouraged to BYO – Build Their Own. The wine and the label is the perfect substitute for when t
he real thing cannot be there.”
January 31, 2010 | 6 Comments
Designed by Buddy | Country: United Kingdom
“As a seasonal greeting to clients and friends Buddy designed and sent bottles of spiced mulled wine.
Their Christmas wishes were pad printed matte silver directly onto the glass of the bottle, the design being suggestive of measuring jug graphics.
The concept therefore, the more you drink the merrier the message.
January 30, 2010 | Comments Off
Designed by Design Project | Country: United Kingdom
“Design Project have just completed a new paper promotion for Fedrigoni to promote the Sirio Color range. The campaign focuses on a series of neatly engineered self-closing coloured boxes made from carefully selected combinations of colours from the Sirio range. Designers are invited to make up a series of coloured boxes to experience the usability of the papers and to explore the colours. Boxes are die-cut and foiled with a series of circles and when combined (by inserting one into the other) create interplay between colours. The result is an object that explores paper through form, structure and experience. The boxes will be accompanied by an A1 poster that illustrates all the combinations featured in the promotion.”