August 17, 2009 | 3 Comments
Designed by Neatly Trimmed Beard | Country: United States
“Northern United Brewing Company, owners of the two most successful brew pubs in Michigan, North Peak and Grizzly Peak, is making its beer available in stores for the first time. North Peak in six packs of 12 oz stubby bottles. Grizzly Peak in 22 oz high gravity singles — macro micros. The brewpubs themselves have kind of an old timey log cabin vibe. So we tried to make something that wouldn’t look out of place among the classics – the beers from back in the day. Simple. Clean. Midwestern.”
August 17, 2009 | 0 Comments
Designed by Factor Tres | Country: Mexico
Playful package design for Honig Natural Honey. The ‘g’ honey bee illustration is a nice touch which works seamlessly with the product name.
August 16, 2009 | 5 Comments
Designed by Erin Dameron | Country: United States
“The goal of this project was to create, brand and design packaging for a five piece cosmetic line. The students were allowed to choose the brands’ name, direction and price point.
Penelope is a skin care line that was inspired by the retail store Anthropologie and is targeted towards women who shop there. Penelope’s unique bottle designs and intricate 3-D floral detailing, created to mimic lace, merge vintage aesthetics with modern form.”
August 16, 2009 | 1 Comment
Designed by Taku Satoh Design Office | Country: Japan
Beautiful brand identity extending across multiple products for Japan’s The Calpis Food Industry Co.
August 15, 2009 | 1 Comment
Designed by The Design Shop | Country: Greece
“Hellenic Candle Company’s Waks is a range of scented candles of which we designed the packaging. The main characteristic is the variety of colours as well as the pattern which resembles flowers but in reality is a typographic element.”
August 15, 2009 | 0 Comments
Designed by MadeThought | Country: United Kingdom
“A more conceptual incarnation of the first fragrance, Stella In Two employed the use of graduated opaque glass to simulate traditional ceramic bottles combined with more contemporary geometric forms.”
August 14, 2009 | 0 Comments
Designed by Rethink | Country: Canada | Font: Gotham
CD packaging for the band “Splitting Adam”. The concept surrounds a fictitious character named Adam and his internal struggle with an audio triggered bipolar disorder. The cover splits Adam to reveal inside his head, a 3D animated hologram which morphs from a passive lamb into an agressive ape. The CD and insert artwork documents Adam’s mental state along with vital statistics and final prognosis.
The photo of Adam was created using a combination of all 5 band members photos. Each band member needed to be photographed in rotation which was used as the basis to create the smooth animated sequence. The packaging dieline was developed custom for this project and the hologram manufactured in Russia.
August 14, 2009 | 2 Comments
Designed by Die Medienagenten | Country: Germany
“Tradition with a new face: Godfather at the naming of the trademark wines of the winery Korell (three grapes in Gault-Millau) was the arms animal of the more than 500-year-old wine dynasty of the Nahe – Leu. The old, harmonious poetic name of the lion contrasts the clear and distinctive bottle design of yellow on black.
The agency Die Medienagenten, is specialized in wine marketing and developed a trilogy of “distinctive trademark wines”, which adds a new experimental mark to the classic collection.
The label is reduced to three essential messages: vintage, grape type and of course trademark name. However, the three trademark wines are distinguishable on first sight. With the fresh, mineral Riesling, the old Leu from the arms turns into a male lion with a distinctive mane. The lioness stands for the rather fine and versatile wine Burgundy and the Cuvee from both wines is correctly shown as a small lion on the label”
August 14, 2009 | 8 Comments
Designed by Petar Pavlov | Country: Macedonia
Although just a prototype at this stage, the concept definitely gives pause for thought. There would be some obvious hurdles to overcome to make this design commercially viable, such as the issue of mandatory labeling, but there’s no reason why clever and creative solutions couldn’t be found to these problems.
“The idea behind this concept was to make packaging where the name of the product is written by the product itself instead of using any kind of printing techniques. Considering the future of technology and the endless possibilities to shape your product, it’s definitely a subject that deserves attention.”
August 14, 2009 | 6 Comments
Designed by Fastway | Country: Russia
“The objective was to create package for power saving lamps which considerably would differ from all other packages of the lamps presented in retail networks. Besides, it was necessary to show that Gauss lamps are the premium-segment, having justified, thus, their higher than at the majority of competitors price.
The main idea of the package – minimum superfluous, but maximum sense and convenience. On the face side – only a lamp category, its appearance and key parameters of choice. To attract more attention some objects (dots, lamp) were UV-lacquered.”