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Ursula

June 6, 2012 | 2 Comments

Designed by Eszter Laki | Country: Hungary

“Package design for a self-made bear’s garlic pesto.

We went to the hills to pick kilos of this delicious plant (also called ramsons or wild garlic) and couldn’t wait to make pesto of it. Grana padano, pine nuts, olive oil and spices made the pesto fresh and tasty. The name of the brand (Ursula) is based on the latin name of the plant (allium ursinum).”

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Student Work – Mara Rodríguez & Beatrice Menis

June 5, 2012 | 4 Comments

Designed by Mara Rodríguez & Beatrice Menis | Country: Spain

“The aim of this project was to design a packaging for take away. Nowadays there are infinite types of fast foods which offer take away, that’s why we chose to narrow it down to a special sector of the market. We chose to focus on lactose intolerance, offering take away dairy-free breakfasts! At Müd we offer cupcakes, donuts, cookies and loaf cakes which you can combine with coffee, tea or hot chocolate and everything is without lactose!Feel free to add any type of dairy-free milk that you want such as almond, rice, oat, etc.We offer two different packagings, one for the combination of coffee and cookie/loaf cake and a bigger one of coffee and muffin/donut.Everything comes with two different kind of stickers, both applied on the sides of the packagings, ones with what there’s inside of the packaging and the other ones with emotional sentences about your mood. Finally we wanted to create a brand specialized in dairy-free products but with a modern graphic style which could easily reach to a bigger target.”

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Student Work – Heesang Lee

June 5, 2012 | 4 Comments

Designed by Heesang Lee | Country: United States

“I usually purchase 100 blades set for myself  because it is convenient as it lasts more than one year. Most people usually use #11 blade, but there are 14 more different type of blades and we need a different kind of blades in occasion. I found information on the package is hard to interpret because it is explained as a small diagram placing in the bottom. My focus on this new design is consumers can easily know what they need at a glance. Firstly I redesigned X-Acto logo. The ‘X’ is a stenciled letter that becomes a symbolic mark for X-Acto knife. Then I simplified information of the package, the numbers in the center are the blades number, and the back illustrations show the shape of blades.”

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Príncipe de Viana

May 28, 2012 | 1 Comment

Designed by (calcco) | Country: Spain

“The development of this design is based on a fundamental premise: differentiation. The goal was to design a label which stands out from the competitors. There are three elements which revolve around the design of this Limited Edition: an organic decoration which is repeated as a pattern, a central vintage banner and a monochromatic scheme.”

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Delhaize

May 24, 2012 | 13 Comments

Designed by Lavernia & Cienfuegos | Country: Spain

“This is a range of wines that Belgian supermarket chain Delhaize offers within its own brand “365”, which includes simple, everyday products at affordable prices. The cork is a sign of humility, an object of little value, often used as craft material, as a simple and easily manipulated element with which to play and create. The use of cork gives it the air of something simple, typical of an everyday product. The cap is the element that unifies and personalizes the whole range. The motif designed for each label refers to the country of origin.”

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Student Work – Thorbjørn Gudnason

May 24, 2012 | 6 Comments

Designed by Thorbjørn Gudnason | Country: Denmark

“Motozone is a fictitious company that is specializes in high-end auto parts. A company which strays away from discount products and appeals to serious car enthusiasts. The Motozone logo works a bit differently as the word after “Moto” changes depending on the product. Motopart – Is the private label of Motozone – a wide range of quality products, made to ensure the customers long lasting use. This showcased material is the wrench tool line, which changes size depending on the size of the wrench.”

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Student Work – Lorraine Nicoletta

May 23, 2012 | 4 Comments

Designed by Lorraine Nicoletta | Country: United States

“BBQ IT, stems from a desire to make cooking products appeal more to men.  BBQ IT marinade kit draws inspiration from rancher’s branding their cattle and working on their farms, to the drinking and grilling style of most men.  The set contains two sauces, a spice rub, and a set of coasters (with drinking and grilling connotations branded on), all housed in a custom built wooden box.”

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Student Work – Viet Huynh

May 22, 2012 | 4 Comments

Designed by Viet Huynh | Country: United States

“The goal of this project is to redesign wine labels for the Napa Valley Collection of JAQK Cellars – a new wine company in the Bay Area, California. JAQK Cellars wines are known for their beautiful and simplistic illustrations of their labels. However, the visual approach for this project focuses more on typography. Simple yet elegant type treatment is the focal point of each label.They maintain the high class look of the brand and also help customers find the type of wines they’re looking for at a glance.”

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Siid Cha

May 22, 2012 | 1 Comment

Designed by Victor Branding Design Corp. | Country: Taiwan

“Siid Cha” originated from unsophisticated Hakka Culture in which they have dense emotions toward grains. Reserving human touch of traditional food by Hakka flavor. Hold the warmth of life on hand,  Have a Return to Innocent Trip which chasing the Sun. Finally, taste.”

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Marou

May 21, 2012 | 1 Comment

Designed by Rice Creative | Country: Vietnam

“Chocolate makers working directly at the source of the cacao farms are still very few and far between. Marou Faiseurs de Chocolat, based in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) is one such company who have created the first single origin gourmet bean-to-bar chocolate to come out of Vietnam. 

Marou was founded less than a year ago by two adventurous Frenchmen. They decided, to use the small amounts of cacao beans harvested, fermented and dried on small family farms throughout the Mekong Delta and southern highlands of Vietnam, to make an extraordinary chocolate.

Marou approached Rice Creative at the beginning of their adventure, with the mission to build the brand’s visual identity and packaging.”

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