October 5, 2012 | 2 Comments
Designed by B&B studio | Country: United Kingdom
“For 20 years, Nespresso has been the king of premium coffee pod systems, its exclusivity guaranteed by restricting capsule sales to specialist stores and online only. But when its design patents expired in 2012, the market for Nespresso-compliant capsules opened up to a host of competitors.
Our friends at Cafépod were first to market with a concise range of coffee pods exclusive to Waitrose stores. With just the name in place, our role was to create a brand identity, packaging and web presence with the potential to encourage Nespresso loyalists to switch to a brand from the supermarket shelves.
Inspired by Cafépod’s desire to democratise a premium product, we set about expressing the social aspect of the coffee moment with a pair of clinking cups. The aesthetic combines gourmet cues, vibrant taste and contemporary character, all carefullly balanced to capture our everyday luxury brief.”
October 5, 2012 | 2 Comments
Designed by Catherine Petter | Country: Canada
“85% of the maple water harvested is returned to nature immediately after filtering to concentrate its sugars in the maple syrup production process. Élodie and Mathieu Fleury, a sister and brother whose parents are maple syrup producers, decided to take a different look at this natural resource and recover this maple water, separated from its sugars, to create the world’s only still water of its kind, a made in Quebec product of irreproachable quality: an innovative idea in a traditional sector with a sustainable development approach.”
October 4, 2012 | 7 Comments
Designed by Regular Coffee | Country: United States
“We are very excited about our latest venture, REGULAR COFFEE. This startup company is a spin-off of our current and successful company, Rowster Coffee. By utilizing existing infrastructure we are taking boutique coffee to the masses at wholesale prices.
Why are we doing this?”
October 4, 2012 | 1 Comment
Designed by Anthem Branding | Country: United States
“WD-40 BIKE is a new division of WD-40 that focuses on bike-oriented maintenance products. We created their visual identity, as well as product packaging, collateral, promotional products, apparel and environmental graphics.”
October 1, 2012 | 3 Comments
Designed by Bob Studio | Country: Greece
“Last week was the opening of a rare solo exhibition from the New York based artist ‘Bast’ at the Opera Gallery in New York. Part of the exhibition was the limited edition of Eleia olive oil designed by Bob Studio and illustrated by Bast.”
September 28, 2012 | 3 Comments
Designed by Jin Bae | Country: Australia
“This boutique bathroom cosmetic product packaging has been designed for the boutique hotel Lindrum in Melbourne Australia. Sense of history and their current modern design approach has been carefully communicated through this design. The target audience of businessmen and conference speakers and their lifestyle have been taken to consideration therefore the three products have been designed in simple numeric way so it can be easily and quickly used by following the numbers in order.”
September 28, 2012 | 1 Comment
Designed by Embrace Brands | Country: United Kingdom
“Inspired by the fusion of tradition and vibrancy of modern India and with 70 years of tea blending experience, Tea India has created a truly unique range of authentic Indian teas. Embrace Brands have developed the brand positioning for launch into the UK market, with a creative idea that encapsulates the energy and vibrancy of India, with the teapot bursting with flavour to convey the deliciousness of these teas.”
September 27, 2012 | 0 Comments
WDR – World Design Rankings announced the rankings of countries based on the number of design awards won at international juried arts & design competitions and awards.
United States ranked as number 1 among the 47 represented countries, followed by Turkey, Hong-Kong, Italy, United Kingdom and South Korea. The WDR – World Design Rankings aims to provide additional data and insights to economists and journalists regarding the state-of-art in design and arts industry. The ultimate aim of the ranking is to contribute to global design & art scape through advocating and highlighting good design, arts and architecture.
WDR Representative Frank Scott noted that this is the first time that such an international ranking for design & arts has been implemented and added “We hope to ignite further competition in the design industry and arts by providing the world design rankings; we believe this is very important for the world, because more competition would lead to better designs; better designs mean longer-lasting products, more ergonomic designs, highly socially responsible projects and so on. At micro-level, the world design rankings help designers understand their world-wide position, however most importantly, at macro-level the world design rankings will push the participating designers, artists and architects to do better, to come up with better products and designs which in turn would create positive impacts for our future generations”.
September 27, 2012 | 1 Comment
Designed by TBWA\GUVATRAK | Country: Estonia
“Eesti And (Estonian Gift) is a gift to everyone who values delicious meals and Estonian aesthetics. The packages integrate original vintage photos with a neo-romantic logo, the latter highlighting the beautiful moment of giving. Additionally, quick & easy recipes for creative cooking with the product are found inside the cover. Eesti And is the best example of nouveau nostalgie and the perfect combination of Estonia’s quality products and outstanding packaging design.”
September 27, 2012 | 0 Comments
Designed by Soyuzsnab Horeca | Country: Russia
“As a part of launching a new trademark of high-quality finished ingredients forcafe and restaurant chefs, a large-scale design concept was developed for morethan 250 items of products of Soyuzsnab Horeca. The packaging designtackles the tasks of simplicity and clarity at the same time: the product shouldbe noticeable on professional kitchen, and its inner content should be clearfrom the look of it, at first glance. It was also necessary to develop the systemof visual differentiation of ingredients – their purpose for various dishes andcorrespondence to this or that group of products.”