June 10, 2009 | 10 Comments
Designed by Campbell Hay | Country: United Kingdom
“Lola’s Kitchen bake yummy cupcakes and bring them round to your house. The obvious popularity of this idea meant Lola’s needed a strong brand identity to help support their growth.
We coined the line ‘Hand Crafted Cupcakes’ to communicate the essence of what they do, and designed them an identity to illustrate the nature of their business across all media, from a sugar coated logo to pastel coloured stationery and packaging, and even – quite literally – the icing on the cake.”
June 10, 2009 | 2 Comments
Designed by Pepe Gimeno | Country: Spain
“The brief for the packaging for SIVARIS was twofold: to raise product awareness and profile, and to do so with a considerable economy of means. To achieve these goals, we based the graphic design exclusively on typography and color to distinguish the different varieties of rice. The packs are made with tubes and lids already existing in the marketplace, with the graphics are laser printed on kraft paper labels which are then adhered to the tube.”
June 9, 2009 | 12 Comments
Designed by AmoebaCorp | Country: Canada
“Imagine you have a new client who wants to relaunch a 1970’s Canadian icon. And not just any Canadian icon: The Pop Shoppe. Who doesn’t remember that bottle? That label? Those crazy colours and flavours.
June 9, 2009 | 12 Comments
Designed by Naoto Fukasawa | Country: Japan
This brilliant packaging solution for banana juice even imitates the feel of real banana skin.
June 8, 2009 | 10 Comments
Designed by Project 13 | Country: United States
“Launching hits that are popular in the club scene is pretty sweet and all, but until you’ve launched your own branded non-music product, you haven’t really made it in the music business.
That’s why Adidja Palmer, known in the Jamaican dancehall world as Vybz Kartel, went into the rum business. Well, that, and having your own line of premium handcrafted rums is pretty damn cool.
June 8, 2009 | 3 Comments
Teardrop shaped bottles designed for Method’s naturally-derived hand wash.
June 7, 2009 | 1 Comment
Designed by Imaginarte | Country: Spain
“This sales dossier is sent to potential selling points to make them fall in love with the “Emosi” concept toys. If you feed them with the included cutout thematic “wishes”, these “fabric psychologists” will help you with the problems and stress of everyday life. The packaging has been conceived as a real “eye-candy” with a glittery pink surface. What you can find inside is a well-packaged Emosi toy and a dossier formed by independent sheets that allow a great degree of customization depending on the recipient.”
June 5, 2009 | 2 Comments
Designed by Tubbyphunk | Country: United Kingdom
“The new BA (Hons) Textiles & Surface Pattern student catalogue for Hartlepool (UK) based Cleveland College of Art & Design. A 40 page spiral bound full colour catalogue featuring individual student reference. Each brochure is presented in a 3mm Hand Screen printed C Flute cardboard pouch, LTD run of 500.”
June 5, 2009 | 0 Comments
Designed by Duffy & Partners | Country: United States
Beautiful self-promotional piece from Duffy & Partners.
June 4, 2009 | 1 Comment
“If Scarlet Ridge wasn’t a place, but a woman, what sort of woman would she be? Would she be a pin-up girl, a journalist, a seductress, a murderer?
The Scarlet Ridge wine label from Western Australia’s Harvey River Bridge Wines brings the story of Scarlet Ridge to life. The concept is derived from Miss Scarlet a fictional character from the board game Cluedo and telling her story through a range of wine labels. Each label will uncover a new aspect of Miss Scarlet’s personality like buidling a detectives suspect profile. The design of the label reflects this in its use of imagery and typography.
The label is printed on Fasson Estate 8 paper stock with a rolled laid texture, high build clear varnish to the playing card and a high build red silkscreen for the words ‘Scarlet Ridge’.”
Illustrations: Malcolm Lindsay @ Scribbles Illustration Studio.