March 30, 2009 | 2 Comments
“Motley Bird is the perfect mix drink for longdrinks and cocktails – and innovates bar classics, such as cranberry juice, bitter lemon, lime juice, tonic water with all advantages of a traditional caffeine and taurine based energy drink.”
March 29, 2009 | 2 Comments
“Sophisticated and stylish. Basin White is an upscale version of Basin, a retailer of unique bath and beauty products originally created by Duffy & Partners. Basin White was designed to create an experience that extends the brand, presents an array of unique products, and gives a new audience reason to connect with the brand. Designed to appeal to a more affluent and sophisticated audience who appreciate the finer things in life, Basin White is located in Disney’s flagship hotel, the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa in Orlando. Plans to expand in other locations are in the works.”
March 29, 2009 | 3 Comments
The Grateful Palate is a unique food brand with creative and tasteful products specialized in the US and Australian markets. With an enormous and very creative wine product line brands such as ‘Evil’, ‘Bitch’ and the ‘Roogle’ a medieval creature half eagle, half kangaroo. Adhemas Batista was invited to create a whole new identity for the new franchise product line named ‘Baby Roogle’.”
March 29, 2009 | 2 Comments
Two new products from Pangea Organics featuring a new glueless carton design. Both packages are FSC certified and printed by an FSC certified printer.
March 29, 2009 | 0 Comments
“Sibling Rivalry is a blend of the talent, passion and inspiration of the 3 Speck brothers behind the formidable wine talent of Henry of Pelham, one of Canada’s most successful and respected wineries.
Ontario wineries are renowned for making exceptional however classical varietal focused wines. To step outside this constraint, and to showcase the beauty in blending wine from within an estate, the Speck brothers produced Sibling Rivalry.
March 28, 2009 | 5 Comments
Designed by Peter Urban | Country: Denmark
Nice concept work by 21 year old Peter Urban from Copenhagen.
March 27, 2009 | 2 Comments
“Holli Mølle is a small organic mill in Eastern Norway, specializing in flour production with the use of ancient and nutritious grain types. The target audience is modern women who value health and nutrition and are willing to pay extra for the safety and taste of organic flour, thereby providing them with an extra feeling of love and care for their family.
In creating the name, visual language and packaging for Holli Mølle, the following criteria were highlighted:
– The identity should be based on traditional and authentic values.
– The packaging should be environmental friendly, functional, flexible and efficient in production.
– The identity should challenge the existing visual language in the flour category.
The result is a simple and unique graphical design, with fresh colours on the labels as the only differentiator between the 6 variants. The design communicates well with the target group, giving them a feeling that the flour really is ”ground with love”, as stated on the packaging in the personal message from the owner, Trygve Nesje.”
March 27, 2009 | 1 Comment
Designed by BlueBossa | Country: Brazil
“Commemorative toast made celebrating the first year of BlueBossa. Pen-drive containing songs of the artist Roberto Coelho, packed in a container made with several layers of paper, which refers to the format of a CD.”
March 26, 2009 | 0 Comments
Do you obsess over beautiful package design? Are you one of those people who takes twice as long to go shopping because most of your time is spent examining every fine detail of well designed packages? If so, we can relate, and we also want you!
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You’re probably asking yourself “what does it take to be down with Lovely Package®”? Well it’s quite simple really. All you have to do is send us an email with 2-3 sample posts showing what you plan to bring to the table. A brief bit of information about yourself would also be nice, but it’s not mandatory. If we feel your samples make the cut we’ll be in touch.
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March 26, 2009 | 3 Comments
“The Jacqueline Evans story began in 1999 when Jacqueline first created customised skin care for a select group of clients when she worked as a naturopath in the United Kingdom. Since then, years of meticulous research have gone into product formulations. Products are based on the function of the ingredients and only the purest and highest grade natural and organic ingredients are used, including cold pressed oils, the best essential oils and beneficial levels of vitamins, minerals and herbals resulting in some of the most effective products in the world.
Simple typography and bold colour differentiation communicate the honesty of this product. They just happen to look great all together on your bathroom shelf too!”