October 9, 2009 | 3 Comments
Designed by Perky Bros | Country: United States
“A neighborhood grocery needed to refresh its visual identity to more accurately communicate its fresh & friendly brand. The design takes inspiration from the simple palettes of homespun goods & the elegance of a southern matriarch’s home.”
October 8, 2009 | 7 Comments
Designed by Cowan | Country: United Kingdom
“Brandstand Ltd launched Oloves the healthy snacking olive designed to be sold in bars, hotels, airlines and give consumers a “touch of love in every olive”. Using only the finest Spanish Olives, they created a range of 4 delicious flavours.
The brief to Cowan was to design a Lovemark, a brand identity that young people would love. Using a heart from two olives immediately communicates the proposition and distinct personality.”
October 8, 2009 | 5 Comments
Designed by Mitre Agency | Country: United States
“Partnering with Brew Nerds from their inception, Mitre created a lo-fi, dry witted and whimsical brand identity that appeals to people who are serious about coffee but don’t take themselves too seriously.”
October 7, 2009 | 7 Comments
Designed by lg2boutique | Country: Canada
“Packaging that brings out a full range of emotions.
Planning a creative strategy based on the concrete advantages Bell TV brings to consumers every day through its varied, entertaining offer. People were chosen to illustrate the range of emotions : surprise, enthusiasm, fear, pleasure, amazement etc.
Creating the new packaging for Bell’s television products, inspired by the completely new Bell brand platform, which takes its tone from simplicity, optimism and a friendly attitude toward clients.”
October 7, 2009 | 6 Comments
Designed by Zoo Studio | Country: Spain
“Concept and design of the packaging to promote the seal of quality True Rum. The pack contains coins made of chocolate and Caribbean rum by the chocolate artist Ramon Morató.”
October 6, 2009 | 2 Comments
Designed by Commune | Country: Japan
Beautiful work for Japan’s fast food restaurant Chicken Pecker.
October 6, 2009 | 4 Comments
Designed by Artel Artyomovyh | Country: Ukraine
“Artel Artyomovyh graphic design bureau designed a set of coasters “Made in Ukraine” for Chiga-biga™ designer gifts on-line store. The package and coasters are decorated with traditional ukrainian ornaments. All of the symbols (Tree of Life, Sun, Fish, Bird, Deer) are filled with ancient meaning. It’s a nice souvenir for a good memory of visiting Ukraine.”
October 5, 2009 | 10 Comments
“Domo, the Japanese stop-action character and meme celebrity, is appearing this fall in an elaborate 7-Eleven storewide promotion, and his toothy brown face is plastered on everything imaginable. Tons of signage of all over, collectible Slurpee cups (and Domo’s own custom flavor, Fuji Frost), character straws, coffee cups, and some truly inventive and funny packaging design for the hot dog containers. There’s even Domo schwag like hats, t-shirts, and books. Evan Brody, the marketing manager for Slurpee, told Brandweek that 7-Eleven’s consumers “love crazy Japanese shit.”
October 5, 2009 | 0 Comments
Designed by INFINITE | Country: South Korea
“This limited edition has been collaborated with IMPERIAL, the representative premium whisky of Korea, and Hyun-Sei Lee the great master of popular arts especially with his cartoon works. It has been coated black on the front and transparently coated on its sideways to indicate the capacity of each whisky bottle.”
October 5, 2009 | 2 Comments
Designed by Paul Bennett | Country: United States
“For the Sputnik Vodka redesign, the key was to mark the historic moment in 1957 when the Russians beat the USA in the space race and successfully launched the first man made object into space.
The combination of contemporary and retro Russian graphic art provides a simple platform for the brands core equities to tell this romantic story. The space ship and orbiting Sputnik satellite provide the drama” says Sputnik designer Paul Bennett who conceived the design during his time at the Brand Union, London.
During my 12 year career in product branding this still ranks as one my favourite pieces.”