December 25, 2015 | 0 Comments
Designed by Estudio Trip | Country: Argentina
“Black Bird beer is brewed for the consumer tired boring beers created for the mass market. Black Bird is handcrafted by a small group of people in limited quantity which assures that the right care and attention to detail is given to every bottle. The idea was to design a label that displays the handcrafted, delicate work of this beer production along with a classical german label style. The lettering design of the brand was completely handmade to match the handcraft ideal of the product.”
December 24, 2015 | 0 Comments
Designed by by north™ | Country: Norway
“Arktis is a artisan gelato company situated in beautiful Svolvær, in the heart of the Lofoten Islands. Arktis produce natural gelato and sorbet with only natural ingredients. The production is done by hand and all the flavours are blended in manually. We wanted to capture the lines and the motion of the ingredients to give the public an association of the product on everything from the stationary to the website. It was a important for us to distance the identity and the products from other competitiors on the Norwegian market.”
December 23, 2015 | 0 Comments
Designed by Poly Studio | Country: Canada
“With the THB cans, we wanted to create a bold, poppy, eye-catching package that referenced both the heritage of the THB name (the Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo railway line, or THB, active from the late 1800’s – the 1980’s) and the prominent industrial and art deco architecture in our native Hamilton (home to both THB and Poly), while also conveying the enthusiasm and verve of this contemporary craft brewery.”
December 23, 2015 | 2 Comments
Designed by Stranger & Stranger | Country: United Kingdom
“The first offering from the first community distillery on the Isle of Harris – influenced by the people, the place (quite rugged, dramatic), the tweed and reflecting the subtle colours of the landscape. Gin with Harris botanicals!”
December 18, 2015 | 0 Comments
Designed by Stranger & Stranger | Country: United Kingdom
Christmas isn’t complete without receiving a special gift from Stranger & Stranger.
“We’ve always had fun with our holiday production – we’ve done everything from absinthe to playing cards – and this year was no exception. Eau de Stranger: pour homme, pour femme, pour room freshener.”
December 15, 2015 | 1 Comment
Designed by Buddy | Country: United Kingdom
“Our Mulled Wine design this year is a Buddy-take on traditional Nordic Christmas patterns. Every row of the pattern represents an anecdote from each month of the year, accompanied by a warming narrative on the reverse.“As we mull-over another great year, we’d like to thank you for being a part of it, Merry Christmas from all at Buddy and we hope you enjoy a warming end to the year, we certainly will.” The label is printed red and black on a silver substrate with a subtle metallic finish and matt varnish for a premium festive feel.”
December 15, 2015 | 0 Comments
Designed by Fivethousand Fingers | Country: Canada
“With a passion for kombucha and care for quality, Fous de l’île brews the fermented tea beverage in small batches in Montréal.
Our relationship with Fous de l’île began early in their formation so we were involved in the founding aspects of the product. In addition to designing the brand and the packaging, we assessed the initial market environment, helped manage production, named the product (with a nod to Québecois poet and singer-songwriter Félix Leclerc) and directed copywriting. Our intent was to give kombucha a broader appeal as a natural beverage made with care, allowing it to escape the limited perception as a health drink.
Fous de l’île can be found in a growing number of locations on the island of Montréal, and we have the pleasure of continuing our work with them as they advance.”
December 11, 2015 | 2 Comments
Designed by Hornall Anderson | Country: United States
“Progresso believes that real, quality food makes life better. But, how does a brand with over 100 years of heritage design packaging that speaks to loyal supporters as well as more adventurous cooks looking to try something new? This was the challenge Progresso faced when they partnered with Hornall Anderson to design the packaging for a new line of cooking stocks.
In order to communicate the higher quality of product inside the package, the design needed to appeal to cooks’ creative aspirations as well as demonstrate clear superiority over the competition. By understanding that premium brands create trends rather than follow them, the result was a solution that radically broke category conventions—building on years of heritage to create a fresh, new perspective.”
“Using lively, classic illustrations, modern typography, and a fresh color palette, we emphasized craftsmanship and love of the ingredients inside. The side of the packaging touches on Progresso’s heritage and love for food, and gives suggestions to inspire our cooks to create their next perfect dish.
Throughout all of the deliverables—from packaging and photography, to a style guide demonstrating best practices for advertising, a microsite, and more—Progresso’s passion for real, quality food shines through.”
December 10, 2015 | 1 Comment
“Postmark Brewing is a Vancouver, BC born and built craft brewery. Our West Coast lifestyle and love for great quality beers for every occasion lead us to the design, development and brew of our favourite pints. Consistent quality is paramount as we strive to create beers that cater to not only our thirsty palate but to the active lifestyles we enjoy with our friends and colleagues. At Postmark Brewing we are inspired by more than just great tasting sessionable craft beers, we enjoy taking a collaborative approach towards our other passions in life including music, photography, travel, design, events and especially those who are taking risks and making great things happen. It’s All Happening!”
December 9, 2015 | 0 Comments
Designed by Stranger & Stranger | Country: United States
“It’s a classic brand and he was, in real life, a true gentleman so isn’t it about time someone told his story.”