September 16, 2012 | 0 Comments
Designed by Together Design | Country: United Kingdom
“Together Design has created new packaging, point of sale and web design for quirky artisan condiment Bacon Jam. Concocted by independent bistro Eat17 in Walthamstow Bacon Jam started out as a local phenomenon but newly launched with branding by Together Design, has now secured shelf space at Tesco.
Together Design worked with the artisan producer to develop distinctive labels and messages that stand out on shelf and celebrate its meaty and modern credentials.
“Katja Thielen, Creative Director at Together Design says “Bacon Jam is an unusual product and that sense of creativity was the starting point for the branding. Relishes don’t usually contain meat, so we needed to convey that strongly on pack. The other task was to develop a quirky tone of voice to bring out its artisan character”.
September 16, 2012 | 0 Comments
Designed by ACDSleeve | Country: United Kingdom
“This is the first Cut Cover 7” vinyl sleeve from ACDSleeve for Minus The Bear – Steel and Blood on Big Scary Monsters Records. The cut out sleeve was designed around a printed inner sleeve provided by DMS. A total run of 300 cases were made, they were machine cut then hand scored, folded and assembled then individually hand numbered by Big Scary Monsters. Also included is a work in progress photo of a batch of 50 cases after cutting ready to be scored.”
September 11, 2012 | 4 Comments
Designed by The Unitas Reputation Agency | Country: Canada
“Quality. Craftsmanship. Integrity. The Waterloo Brewing Co. offers authentic craft beers from one of Canada’s first authentic craft breweries. Brewed using only the finest quality ingredients, Waterloo Brewing Co.’s new line of traditionally made ales, ambers and darks offers real craft beer character. The new design reflects the hardworking character of the brewery and the industrious nature of the Waterloo region.”
September 7, 2012 | 14 Comments
Designed by Timur Salikhov | Country: Russia
“There are many beer cans with different design. And there is only one that shows what really is inside. Why hide what good beer looks like?”
September 6, 2012 | 1 Comment
Designed by Blue Marlin | Country: United Kingdom
“‘Wonderfully unusual’ non-alcoholic adult beverage ZEO has been given a spectacular brand expression by integrated brand design agency Blue Marlin.
“The flowing form of our structural design plays with your senses, like ZEO itself. Its curious curves unpredictably refract light, enigmatically disguising the physical shape of the bottle in a low-lit bar or nightclub setting. The intangibility of the new design encapsulates ZEO’s mysterious mixology and unique sensorial effects in a bottle,” says Blue Marlin’s head of structure, Guy Williams.
“We kept the design simple, to allow ZEO’s unique bottle shape to do the talking,” explains Blue Marlin London creative director Simon Pendry, “The minimalistic black, gold and white graphic design gleams with sophistication, communicating essential information with perfectly premium appeal.”
September 5, 2012 | 2 Comments
Designed by Atomicdust | Country: United States
“Our goal with the packaging design for Goshen Coffee was twofold – we wanted to create a distinct look that represented our client’s uncompromising attitude, while simultaneously looking nothing like other coffee brands on display in the local St. Louis market. The labels are actually stickers that are affixed when the bags are filled.”
September 5, 2012 | 6 Comments
Designed by Collin Cummings | Country: United States
“I fell in love with the idea of repackaging honey because of the timelessness of honey production. The process employed by honey bees hasn’t changed. To reference this highly industrial procedure, I chose a typographic direction that felt sterile. To counterbalance the type, I designed a few complicated and emergent patterns that hide behind the color of the honey when the bottle is full. As you use the product, the elegant patterns are revealed in a second layer as a homage to the beauty and timelessness of such a refined and perfected practice such as honey production.”
September 4, 2012 | 6 Comments
Designed by lg2boutique | Country: Canada
“Much to the delight of their growing fan base, Boris has introduced a new line of products to the market. As a pioneer in malt-based beverages, the Quebec company has been selling a refreshing selection of alcoholic iced teas since the beginning of summer. lg2boutique, the agency behind the Boris brand since the beginning, rolled up their collective sleeves and got down to the task of creating a memorable identity for this great new product.”
September 4, 2012 | 0 Comments
Designed by DZINE MAFIA | Country: United Kingdom
“This is a concept redesign of the soap packaging for The Bakewell Soap Company who produce, amongst other things, beautifully coloured blocks of handmade soap specially blended for different skin types. Sadly the existing packaging doesn’t live up to the quality of the product with a poor design and cheap printing.
The DZINE MAFIA packaging has brightened the pack giving a more solid brand feel, including a new simpler, more classic logo working alongside a slab-serif font in a handprinted finish. Bespoke illustrations sit top and bottom to help differentiate each variety, resulting in a gift or luxury treat with a more artisan and individual feel.”
September 3, 2012 | 0 Comments
Designed by Dustin Edward Arnold | Country: United States
“Batzner is an independent laboratory+perfuming house in Amsterdam providing the highest level of formulations for the luxury fragrance industry. Founded in 2001 by Markos Haan the lab has produced formulas both commercially and privately for clients worldwide. In opposition to organic trends and in Dutch fashion, Batzner touts, even brags about their ability at 100% synthetic reproduction. Underscoring this craft by formulating high concept fragrances such as lucite, ceran wrap and plasti-sheen.
I was apprached to develop a packaging system for their private clients which reflected their ideology regarding fragrance. “The future of fragrance, the future of our world is synthetic. The scarcity of resources and collapse of the traditional artisan is inevitible. Rather than skirt the subject we embrace it, taking it upon ourselves to stretch the imagination and create new methods of production in the post-industrial age.” -Markos Haan In packaging this idea I eliminated all text, branding the ‘M’ in M-System as a simple graphic element and rendering packaging material in matte acrylic for a synthetic feel which also becomes an iconic POP display.”