June 21, 2012 | 2 Comments
Designed by Jonathan Faust | Country: Denmark
“A packaging redesign of “Frem” which is a Danish soft drink company. I designed twelve unique bottles and some extra packaging just to show how their full identity could come to life. Ferm was established in 1949 and I have focused on their history, craftsmanship and authenticity. All the typography is hand drawn and the labels are white paint directly on the bottle – reveal rather than hide. The twelve display fonts are made from associations, cliches, shapes and so on. Raspberry and pear are for instance inspired by the shape of the fruit/berry and cola is an American cliche with a typical western wood type.”
June 21, 2012 | 1 Comment
Designed by Miguelfreitasdesign | Country: Portugal
“The main concept for the brand and label design is the idea of complexes and a new approach to a wine label design. In Portugal wine labels are usually traditional and so we wanted to break that idea by using an image of forgotten things, like postcards or old images, but with a strong feeling of complexes. You don’t have to hide behind a mask because you don’t know anything about wine, it’s easier to say you just like to drink it. Forgot all your complexes and just have fun.”
June 20, 2012 | 0 Comments
Designed by F26 Studio | Country: Russia
“F26 Studio has freshly developed a new line of packaging for the Russian foods producer Miller & Miller. The new line of syrups consists of 17 flavours, with more than 20 to come until the end of the year.
The concept behind our new production is based on the beauty of the English phrasing and on these special emotions one shares through savouring a certain syrup. Our best tongues have tested and summoned up their inspirations in the shape of written symbols. The common impact of this design is straightforward with a curly look. Roll it on the tip of your tongue to sweeten your senses. Enjoy.”
June 20, 2012 | 0 Comments
Designed by Studio h | Country: United Kingdom
“Studio h has created the brand identity and packaging design for new snack brand Chow. “Our brief was to capture the essence of the brand which is all about strong flavours, indulgence and fun” says Rob Hall, Studio h Creative Partner. Bold, graphic illustrations within the branding create individual personalities for each snack and give flexibility to the range as it expands and extends into different food categories.”
June 19, 2012 | 1 Comment
Designed by Bedow | Country: Sweden
“Packaging for the rack Nostalgi by Essem Design. The classic rack, which was designed in 1937 by Gunnar Bolin, comes in several different materials and lengths. The standard rack measures 1,000 mm, but can with an additional console be extended into infinity.”
June 19, 2012 | 6 Comments
Designed by Kitchen | Country: Czech Republic
“The brief was to create packaging for a small local honey producer from Serbia. We used hand-drawn illustrations in a traditional Balkans naive-painting style. For each type of honey we created appropriate illustrations (flower honey, linden honey, forest honey).
the name “Volim” means “I love” in Serbian, so there is emotional connection with the product.”
June 18, 2012 | 14 Comments
Designed by Anders Drage | Country: Norway
“I love milk.
But unfortunately milk never tastes the same outside Norway. I needed to make my self a problem I could solve. I wanted to make norwegian milk available outside of Norway, but I love the packaging design of high-end alcohol products. The brand Voss have had great success with their norwegian water internationally, so why not make an exclusive norwegian milk?
So how would a exclusive milk from the mountains of Norway look like, if it was to be sold internationally? The solution gives you a warm and good vintage feeling, while maintaining the exclusive look. The typeface that “Mountain Milk” is set in reflects the roots of Norway, and the image that is revealed after you’ve had a glass gives you a picture of the nature in Norway.”
June 18, 2012 | 5 Comments
Designed by Estudio Marisa Gallén | Country: Spain
“The Good Stuff is a brand of gourmet products from the Mediterranean area. The Good Stuff gave us the key to building the identity. The Good reinforces the idea that everything Olea offers is of good quality.”
June 17, 2012 | 2 Comments
Designed by Studio 32 North | Country: United States
“Inspired by bitter bottles from the 18th and 19th century, Uncle Val’s bottle was manufactured in Italy and possesses strong, tapered shoulders and a dark green, antique hue. The label is also reminiscent of old world spirit labels, featuring an ornate cursive font, a tastefully understated color palette and a Roman coin styled illustration of Uncle Val. Each bottle will have one of three bottom labels featuring some of Uncle Val’s more notable sayings. Together, the bottle, labels and, of course, gin evoke a dedication to craftsmanship that is still very much alive in the old world of Uncle Val’s Italy.”