September 9, 2014 | 0 Comments
Designed by Atelier Design | Country: Belgium
“Sexyfood doesn’t just sell insects, it sells unique experiences.
The concept itself is very simple: why don’t you surprise your friends with something different, like an insect-tasting session? Sexyfood provides all the ingredients for an unforgettable evening. The appearance of the products – the logo, style and packaging – all help to create a special experience. The luxurious packaging has a definite air of mystery. There are 28 different product packs altogether, each pack identified with a number and each sauce with a pattern.”
September 9, 2014 | 3 Comments
Designed by fifty3 | Country: United States
“Packaging for Manfuel, an ROI based ‘Performance Powder’ manufacturer. Repositioning the Manfuel brand with key focus on strength products, combining their experience in the powders market with their development of award winning flavour production.”
September 8, 2014 | 3 Comments
Designed by Super Tuesday | Country: Sweden
“Noa Relaxation is a new drink brand containing natural ingredients that helps to reduce stress as well as increase mental capacity. It was launched a couple of weeks ago in Sweden. But more countries will follow shortly.
We, Super Tuesday – a Stockholm based design agency founded by Yashar Niknam and Simon Kamras, has been involved in the project from the very beginning, and have developed everything from naming to brand identity and packaging design. The structural design/shape of the bottle has been developed in collaboration with the agency No Picnic.
The first flavours to be launched are Elderflower/Rhuburb, Crabapple/Gooseberry and Blueberry/Birch Sap!”
September 8, 2014 | 2 Comments
Designed by Theory11 | Country: United States
“In August 2013, we began a quest to create playing cards fit for display at the legendary Waldorf Astoria, the gathering place for royalty and the ultra-wealthy. For the past 14 years, Cohen has performed Chamber Magic there, in a private Waldorf Towers suite, for sold-out audiences including Warren Buffett, David Rockefeller, and the Queen of Morocco. In 2012, Cohen became the first magician in a half-century to sell out Carnegie Hall.”
September 7, 2014 | 0 Comments
Designed by TDA_Boulder | Country: United States
“Patagonia Provisions is a line of food directly linked to its source, seeking to create a sustainable form of nourishment. In order to communicate this unique initiative, we created a design that speaks directly to the source of the product by featuring wild sockeye salmon as the hero of the package. The back of the pouch tells the story of the product along with visual icons that accompany preparation instructions.”
September 7, 2014 | 0 Comments
Designed by French Toast | Country: Belgium
Concept work from Liege based French Toast celebrating Schweppes 230th anniversary.
“Schweppes celebrated their 230th anniversary. We designed three bottles & cans, as limited edition. For each taste, we tried to convert the flavor into colors & graphic element, using a geometrical pattern system.”
September 7, 2014 | 2 Comments
Designed by The6th Creative Studio | Country: Italy
“Apothecary is a brand of beauty products that are 100% organic. The main products are soaps which are all top quality and made only with Italian ingredients. We created a logo and sophisticated packaging for 12 soaps (split into 3 lines: women, men and top). The packaging has the shape of as a small book, with a hard cover and a string to lock it.”
August 27, 2014 | 0 Comments
Designed by Ostecx | Country: Poland
“Deep Løve is a collaboration of Alebrowar and Norwegian brewery Nøgne Ø. Our tasks were naming and packaging design of this unique beer. As a result, the Collaborative West Coast Belgian Rye Ipa hits the market in the bottle without traditional labels, but with a single-color prints directly on the glass”
August 21, 2014 | 1 Comment
Designed by Epic | Country: Australia
“Tru Bru, meaning ‘true flavour, brewery fresh’, is a high-tech system of take-home craft beer. With the bottles the primary vehicle and a great opportunity for customer interaction, a clear and engaging brand was developed around the uniquely branded glassware.
Three characters were developed for the three bottle sizes: Boris the bear (the ‘growler’), Fitzherbert Sinclair (the ‘squealer’) and Coco Voltaire (the ‘whistler’). Fables were written to profile each character and personality, whilst driving engagement to a wider audience. Naming, identity, store fit-out, collateral, apparel and proprietary drinking glasses completed the project.”
August 20, 2014 | 2 Comments
Designed by Seven Fifty Five | Country: United States
“The 2015 Le Parcel packaging system is the 3rd round of packaging systems Seven Fifty Five has created for Le Parcel. Each iteration serving a new purpose; a response to challenges faced by the company’s subscription business model.
The challenges to address with this edition of Le Parcel’s packaging was first, weight. To accommodate this need the framework of the box had to be completely redesigned, including the use of a lighter-weight cardboard box. Graphics, including the bold pink interior, are silk screened rather than printed on a paper label – a typical graphic application.”