September 2, 2013 | 2 Comments
Designed by Sasquatch Agency | Country: United States
“The Viscova Vodka package is inspired by the renowned Polish Winged Hussars, the elite Polish Calvary unit of the 16th to 18th centuries. The clean black label shows an illustrated image of a proud, mounted winged Hussar with a traditional long lance.
John and Steve Vissotzky, two brothers of Polish descent, founded Double V Distillery in 2009, and make the traditional small batch Viscova Vodka in copper stills in Battle Ground, Wash. The brand name and label graphic pay homage to the ancestral roots of the two brothers.
The label was screen-printed to give the bottle a clean, streamlined aesthetic. The black-on-clear look and unique shape of the bottle were designed to standout on the crowded vodka shelves of liquor and grocery stores.
Sasquatch’s internal team on the project consisted of Creative Director Ben Jenkins, who also served as copywriter, and Senior Design Director Kristin Casaletto, who designed and illustrated the label.”
September 1, 2013 | 0 Comments
Designed by The Bakery | Country: Russia
“The Bedroom Community commissioned us to design DVD packaging for the film about the label, directed by Pierre-Alain Giraud. The camera catches Sam Amidon, Valgeir Sigurdsson, Nico Muhly, Ben Frost & their collaborators on their Whale Watching Tour, that takes place during the volcano eruption a couple of years back. It also features some insight into artist’s work at Greenhouse Studios, their ethos, tour life, etc. The design is based on the idea of perpetual movement & traveling. While the vacuum-sealed package is a nod to snacks you have on the run, the typographic solution inside evolves around the idea of a compass. Set in different directions, text demands reading at various angles as though it’s a map one has to navigate through.”
September 1, 2013 | 1 Comment
Designed by Jessica Haas | Country: United States
“This was a school assignment in Packaging 101. The project was to design a beverage of your choice and the challenge was hat you’re limited to only one color. We the lack of 4 color imagery I was forced to utilize the color of the beverage itself. A few people in my class were doing juice so I moved to a more fun option, a cocktail mix which allowed me to experiment with different bottle shapes. The Boston round had a great feel to it and was calling out for typography. I decided to keep it simple and just use type but my professor felt it needed some sort of appetite appeal. I finished the assignment off with a small illustration of a lemon slice which I think really makes the piece eye catching.”
August 28, 2013 | 0 Comments
Designed by Centralpack | Country: Spain
“Exquisite design. Termination lace printing on ceramics. Hacienda Guzmán represents the history of the Andalusian Extra Virgin Olive Oil. In the 16th century, it became the biggest and most important Estate in Spain.
This healthy and high quality product has been produced according to strict organic standards, without the use of artificial fertilizers or chemicals. The entire production process is controlled yielding a product that enriches our diet and benefits the environment.”
August 28, 2013 | 2 Comments
Designed by Spring Design Partners, Inc. | Country: United States
“Spring Design Partners was selected to create the Brand Identity and Package Design for a new super premium Gin that reflects the essence of its birthplace and engages Mixologists with its hand-crafted, micro-distilled pedigree. Inspired by the ingenuity of Brooklyn, a sometimes gritty, but always soulful borough, we crafted a visual identity for Brooklyn Gin that blends old-world craftsmanship with today’s artistic, vibrant culture. The bottle structure pays homage to the apothecary origins of gin, reinforcing its place in the new speakeasy, while the medallion label – stamped in metal – celebrates the authentic spirit at the core of the brand. For the modern Mixologist, Brooklyn Gin captures the magic and magnetism of a time and a place where the cocktail is king The package has generated tremendous attention resulting in national media coverage by The New York Times and The Huffington Post along with hundreds of blog posts. Brooklyn Gin is now sold in over 55 on-premise accounts and dozens of off-premise locations throughout the 5 boroughs. With over 300 cases sold in 1Q 2011, the brand is on its way to exceeding its sales target for 2011.”
August 21, 2013 | 1 Comment
Designed by A.J. Poholski | Country: United States
“Golden Monkey is a Tripel brewed ale with a rich warming flavor. Through this label, the beautiful color of the beverage within is showcased as the glowing fur of the legendary golden monkey. This monkey on top embodies everything about this ale, a playfulness, a cleverness, and a satisfaction that can only be found in a beverage of such quality. The three wise monkeys have stood for their respective meanings for centuries and this top monkey has seized the opportunity and broken free from his long held position. The golden monkey is wise enough to know that the brother that can see can not say a word and the brother that could speak in protest is blind to his actions. Be the golden monkey.”
August 20, 2013 | 2 Comments
Designed by MR BLACK | Country: Australia
“We know MR BLACK isn’t for everyone, it’s not some cloying sickly sweet kiddie drink. It’s a rich, cold drip coffee liqueur for those who appreciate good coffee so our packing needed to speak to that. At MR BLACK we’re lovers of creative culture, so we knew we had to get a local artist in to help complete the product. At the same time, we didn’t want it to be an overpowering element of the design or to draw attention from the liquid inside.
Sydney artist Dale Bigeni created an original artwork for the bottle that is screen printed on the back face, revealing only as the liquid is drunk. This allows us to have quite a bold and minimal design on shelf, but has some interest and playfulness once taken home. At the end of the day, we just wanted MR BLACK to look as good as it tastes.”
August 20, 2013 | 1 Comment
Design by Beth Sicheneder | Country: United States
“These packages were developed to hold maps of some of the largest and most traveled cities in the world. They display city destinations boldly and clearly with the use of large, eye-catching typography. The vibrant, minimal coloring was chosen to create a vibe of excitement and clarity. In the complex world of travel, finding your way should be made easy.”
August 19, 2013 | 1 Comment
Designed by Anagrama | Country: Mexico
“Bonnard is a Mexican french-inspired tea and confectionary shop.
The brand’s distinct brush strokes and color selection are based on Pierre Bonnard’s postimpressionist paintings. The simple art direction, together with french words and phonetics round up the brand’s gallic concept effortlessly, spontaneously and efficiently.
Our approach with clean, sans-serif typography gives Bonnard a luxurious feel mostly associated with high-end fashion brands.The gold foil stamp and clean type directly contrasts and at the same time elevates the would-be informal paint marks.
The rounded cross icon detail found in the wording relates to the shapes of macaroons, one of Bonnard’s prime delicacies.”
August 19, 2013 | 0 Comments
Designed by Caleb Heisey Design | Country: United States
“Often thought as old-fashioned, molasses is a quickly vanishing condiment, mostly only found in grandma’s dusty recipes. To make molasses more appealing to a younger audience, I designed the labels for Sticky Paws to capture the trend of the 1930’s dustbowl aesthetic while giving it a modern spin. For each type of molasses, a different mischievous animal is attempting to steal the ooey goodness.”