June 10, 2012 | 0 Comments
Designed by Landor San Francisco | Country: United States
“Born in Golden, Colorado, Coors Banquet has stubbornly refused to compromise since 1873. The Banquet Beer continues to be brewed in the largest single-site brewery in the world using only 100% Rocky Mountain water.
The Coors Banquet brand is built upon the legends of its timeless western spirit, from miner banquets to it’s high quality ingredients. We celebrate the Banquet Beer’s rich heritage with the release of four commemorative can designs selected from the brewery archive. The cans represent the 1930s to 1980s, and are a testament that Coors Banquet is Golden Forever.”
June 10, 2012 | 3 Comments
Designed by Jérôme Stéfanski | Country: Belgium
“Cuberdons are traditional Belgian sweet born in the 19th century. Cuberdons Léopold is a yound and modern brand of cuberdons that wants to modernize the product but also keep the vintage image by using graphical elements such as purple stripes that remains the beach huts of the Belgian seaside. The drawing face is reproduction of the face of King Léopold 1st, first king of Belgium, who has marked the independance of the Kingdom of Belgium in 1831, a period when cuberdon has been invented. The box contains 21 cuberdons, a reference to 21st July (Belgian National Day).”
June 8, 2012 | 3 Comments
Designed by Mara Rodriguez | Country: Spain
“Deer You is a new honest brand based on an organic cultive that keep the natural properties of our fruit and save it from pollution and synthetic ingredients.
Deer You, a real and reliable fruit juice.
The brand as an stamp, tries to give quality to the product, but with a nowadays style, cause we don’t want it to be an old fashion juice. Also the mountains on the background gives to Deer You Organic Juice a different and atractive feeling. The bootle tries to represent a canteen bottle, which people used to carry to adventure trips, or to a cabin in the middle of nowhere, so it help us to transport our minds to a fresher air place.”
June 7, 2012 | 0 Comments
Designed by Benjamin Carr | Country: United Kingdom
“Part of a project to create a hamper set for vip parties themed on popular past times of Suffolk.
Whole Hamper kit to come soon!
The idea behind this pair was to create a universal label design, reminiscent of the engravings found on old British shotguns, and differentiate different drinks by the bottle and hang tag. Here are the first two examples.”
June 7, 2012 | 3 Comments
Designed by Cipmann | Country: Croatia
“Cipmann was asked to create visual identity and packaging for the homemade honey and honey-based products that would emphasize their local origin and high quality. We came up with the brand name Mediterra (‘med’ is Croatian word for honey, and ‘terra’ is Latin for land, earth) and the identity that evokes natural balance and puts the bee in the primary focus.
The package design is inspired by traditional jars of homemade food which were extremely simple and had just a name sticker on them. The label on the jar is as simple as it can get. If we would to remove just one more element, it wouldn’t function any more. The color of the honey is actually the primary differentiator between the products, as it was in the old days. We think that the unobtrusive label lets the rich color of the honey speak for itself. And it speaks volumes.
The jar also contains a coaster doubling as a business card, situated under the jar’s ‘cap’ so the jar doesn’t stick to the surface.”
June 6, 2012 | 5 Comments
Designed by Lina Sponberg | Country: Sweden
“The assignment was to create a fictive coffee brand of fine edition ground coffee.”
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).”
June 5, 2012 | 5 Comments
“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.”
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.”
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.”