March 23, 2009 | 0 Comments
Designed by ESTABLISHED | Country: United States
Lovely packaging for Blow haircare products. The type all blown to one side is a nice play on the product name.
March 23, 2009 | 3 Comments
“At Thomas Haas Chocolates, we carefully choose our raw ingredients and select only the best. Our chocolates are perfumed with fine BC wine, oak barrel aged maple syrup from Quebec, vanilla beans from Tahiti, fresh citrus zest, loose leaf teas and organic herbs and spices. Our cakes and pastries are adorned with Fraser Valley hazelnuts and berries, Okanagan fruits and infused with fresh roasted coffee and liqueurs from Alsace and the Black Forest. Whenever possible we source our products directly from the farmer. There are no preservatives or artificial flavours in our kitchens!”
March 22, 2009 | 0 Comments
Designed by Wolff Olins | Country: United States
“Throughout the evolution and conception of No Frizz, Wolff Olins worked closely to shape the brand’s development, working on everything from the brand strategy and name, product naming, service approach, identity, packaging, point-of-sale and communications. The branding firm touched nearly every part of the experience.
“Our involvement with Living Proof is a perfect example of the depth of activity and influence we can have with our clients”, said Todd Simmons, Executive Creative Director at Wolff Olins. “Throughout the entire process, we looked at every possible touch point and worked hand in hand with everyone in the business, even engaging the MIT scientists in our process. We’re absolutely thrilled with the result as it reflects a seamless collaboration.”
“We are just as proud of Living Proof’s commitment to efficacy and the way they treat consumers as we are of the way the packaging turned out or anything else. This is true branding”, continued Simmons.”
March 21, 2009 | 1 Comment
Designed by VIDAL LARSSON • DUPREZ | Country: Spain
“Lanjaron has released a new limited edition 1 litre glass bottle, with minimalist serigraphy design that evokes the purity and the origin of its source.
Lanjaron mineral water comes from Sierra Nevada, declared Reserve of the Biosphere by the Unesco.”
March 20, 2009 | 6 Comments
Lovely Package® is undergoing some big changes and before we go too far we’d like to reach out to our users for a bit of feedback. Since you’re the ones who use the site on a regular basis, who better to decide what we should do with it.
We would really appreciate if you could spare a few minutes to fill out this short questionnaire.
Thanks from everyone at Lovely Package®.
March 20, 2009 | 4 Comments
“Steak and Ale: Rebranded Steak and Ale (s+a) with it’s own beer and grilling items (utensils, rubs, wood chips) with a style combination of seriousness and wit and a fictional family history. Other items include matchboxes, Brewmaster’s Society packaging, coasters, to-go containers, retail bag and a menu. Each item has a little surprise when you open it or flip it over.”
March 20, 2009 | 2 Comments
Designed by Rasmus Snabb | Country: Finland
“Coffee cups for SIS. Deli + Café a chain of delicatessens specializing in high quality ecological and organic products.”
March 20, 2009 | 2 Comments
“Inspired by Kate Moss, Brown created an entire line of hair products as effortless and cool as his own hairstyling techniques. With more British Vogue cover credits under his belt than any other hairdresser, Brown clearly knows what it takes to make hair perform.”
March 19, 2009 | 4 Comments
Designed by Grey | Country: Sweden
“Malmberg Original mineral water comes from an artesian spring of prehistoric water in Yngsjö, a small village on the coast of southeast Sweden. The age of our Malmberg Original mineral water has been determined to be 5245 +-75 years old, thereby making Malmberg Original the oldest Swedish mineral water in a bottle.”
If anyone knows who designed this please let us know.
March 19, 2009 | 0 Comments
“Challenge: Treo is a Swedish classic of the 50s and 60s, and has a very well known design. The packaging needed to become more explicit and modern without losing its iconic power.
Solution: small adjustments of typography and colour. An image that gives the impression of a tablet quickly and easily dissolving in water.”