April 2, 2009 | 1 Comment
“Rebel Green is a new breed of responsibly made products. Their fist step was to reach out to Wink for branding and product development. The result is brand that’s authentic and a product line that’s uniquely Eco-Americana, with just a dash of “you’re not the boss of me” thrown in for good measure.”
April 2, 2009 | 3 Comments
Designed by Larissa Brandao | Country: United States
The Creative Circus student Larissa Brandao sent us one of her projects.
“Inspired by the graphic nature of this pen, I designed packaging that would feature it as a modern art piece, resembling a museum display case.”
April 2, 2009 | 1 Comment
Designed by Moruba | Country: Spain
Moruba produced these simple yet very clever designs for Winery Arts. Based on the sum of nine, each bottle represents this number in a unique and minimal way.
April 1, 2009 | 4 Comments
Designed by Swear Words | Country: Australia
“For the Greens, freshness and quality are the most important things, along with environmental sustainability and the happiness and welfare of their hens. Green Eggs are for people who share these values and want to supply the best products to their homes and customers, whilst supporting regional Victorian food producers.
We were asked to re-brand and package Green Eggs to communicate these values, and to have a some fun in the process. Check ’em out at all discerning eateries.”
April 1, 2009 | 7 Comments
“I buy Twix extra because it’s only 10p more expensive than regular one. I finish it in one go, and feel guilty for the rest of the day.
Bargain food persuades people by playing with the value of money, which has brought a lot of problems to society: over nutrition, eating disorders, obesity, illness, guilt, wasting food, wasting resources, over production, etc.
Can design make people buy food that offers LESS?
*Winner, Pyramid awards, Deutsche Bank 2007
*Finalist, Design for our Future Selves Awards 2007, Helen Hamlyn Centre”
March 31, 2009 | 2 Comments
“A boutique label from California, Dragonfly Winery is focused on producing small quantities of ultra premium terrior driven wines, paired with a unique winemaking style.
We were approached by Dragonfly to rejuvenated their wine packaging & brand identity. Our solution was a simple, clean typographic approach alongside a Dragonfly illustration creating a strong, modern visual identity.
The application takes the form of a 1 colour screen to the bottle. The logotype on the neck label is silver foiled onto black, making for easy identification when the bottle is stored amongst other wines.”
March 31, 2009 | 0 Comments
Country: China | Buy it
“Naolab’s signature packaging is inspired by Origami and Majiang. Opening a Naolab package reveals elements of surprise – designed as a treat for yourself or for a gift-giving ritual. Carefully designed to provide intelligent protection for products, Naolab’s environmental awareness ensures that the least amount of materials, papers and inks are used at all times.”
March 31, 2009 | 3 Comments
Designed by VIDAL LARSSON • DUPREZ | Country: Spain
“Following the trend of luxury and premium water bottles, Spain’s major brand, Font Vella, is pioneer in its market, launching a 1 litre limited edition, based on a beautiful serigraphy design. This bottle can be found in the main gourmet and delis around Spain.”
March 30, 2009 | 1 Comment
“Packaging of luxury scented candles for ‘Heal’s Discovers’.
Each year select designers are chosen to create exclusive products for the Collection. This is the first structural packaging brief to be included within Heal’s Discovers.”
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.”