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Yellow Images — Exclusive Mockups for Branding and Packaging Design

September 14, 2015 | 2 Comments


Yellow Images — Exclusive Mockups for Branding and Packaging Design

Mockups are a giant step forward in the field of packaging and branding design. With mockups the working process of each designer is getting easier, faster and more efficient. A new startup has been launched with the aim to help branding and packaging designers as well as students, packaging manufacturers and other creative specialists.

At the beginning of this year, a team of young and talented designers launched a project called Yellow Images. What is it all about?



September 9, 2015 | 1 Comment


Designed by Atipus | Country: Spain

“The thirsty vines stretch their roots downwards through the earth, opening up little paths through the red clay, our clay, the clay of El Masroig.

For the label design we were inspired by the name of the product itself (Rojalet sounds similar to red in catalan) and the unique red strata of the soil where the grapes are grown.

The strata tell the story of the soil, its composition and thus the character of the grape.In the labels, more than representing one type of soil, we aim to communicate through an abstract vision of this layer the wine you´ll find in the bottle: fresh, fruity, dense, wood, etc.”


Sam Adams Infinium Ale

September 8, 2015 | 0 Comments


Designed by Adam&Co | Country: United Kingdom

“Sam Adam’s Infinium Ale is a new style of champagne beer born from the mastermind collaboration between the brewers of Weihenstephan and Samuel Adams. Using only the four traditional beer ingredients, European heritage, and some solid American ingenuity, this beer defined a class of it’s own. We were honored to design the packaging for this limited-edition celebratory libation, released each year around the holidays.”


Tony Ferguson

September 8, 2015 | 0 Comments


Designed by Maud | Country: Australia

“The chal­lenge was to repos­i­tion Tony Fer­guson as an edu­ca­tional life­style pro­gram that helps people re-engineer their approach to food and health – not just a quick-fix meal replace­ment diet. We needed to edu­cate con­sumers about health­ier liv­ing, encour­aging them to form a new rela­tion­ship with food and move from a weight-loss men­tal­ity to life­style change.

Our strategy was to empower people with the con­fid­ence and know­ledge to take con­trol of their rela­tion­ship with food.

We estab­lished a new brand iden­tity and a set of basic out­comes that the brand had to rep­res­ent.
– Mod­ern, yet able to with­stand the test of time.
– Phar­ma­ceut­ical whilst not feel­ing cold and imper­sonal.
– To sup­port the ‘life­style’ nature of the brand, the design had to feel like some­thing people would be proud to asso­ci­ate with.
– Re-establish Tony Fer­guson as an expert and trus­ted brand — a cham­pion of healthy eat­ing and education.

Launched in Janu­ary & Feb­ru­ary of this year, sales have already increased year on year and anec­dotal feed­back sug­gests that the new brand iden­tity is receiv­ing pos­it­ive acknow­ledge­ment across the board includ­ing the trade and other key stakeholders.”


Llanllyr Source

August 31, 2015 | 0 Comments


Designed by Adam&Co | Country: United Kingdom

“Since 1180, the organically farmed fields of Llanllyr, Wales has been producing near perfect natural spring water. In 1999, a member of the same family who had been farming the land for over 300 years started bottling and distributing the water under the brand name Llanllyr Source. Source quickly became recognized by the world’s leading hotels, sommeliers, and chefs as one of the most perfectly balanced, purist tasting natural spring waters.

“Source hired Adam&Co., in partnership with Adned, to contemporize the brand. Our goal was to better tell the brand’s rich history to a modern audience, re-establish the brand’s luxury positioning, and to introduce a new line of flavored mixers based on the same brand name. This came to life through a new brand strategy, brand identity, messaging and packaging. The location and history are key to the brand’s story which we communicated through the use of a map texture and consistent use of the words “Since 1180.”


Ozone Coffee Cold Brew

August 27, 2015 | 0 Comments


Designed by Macfarlanes Assist | Country: New Zealand

“The Ozone Coffee Cold Brew were designed to serve both New Zealand and United Kingdom specialty coffee markets. The cap labels provide a proof of seal and indicate the origin of the single brewed coffee. The brown bottle is a nod to the days of old – vessels for rejuvenating elixirs and home-brewed beer. Presented on a hexagonal label, the gold foiling of the product label captures the eye and reinforces the attention to detail and craft that goes into making each brew by hand.”



August 26, 2015 | 0 Comments


Designed by Moruba | Country: Spain

“Pirineos is a wine from Somontano in need of a new image. The natural surroundings of this winery inspired us to feature the figure of a horse as a metaphor for untamed and exuberant nature that, guided by the hand of man, can produce its best fruits.

“There is a profound impulse in nature. Like a wild and noble animal that we are allowed, sometimes, to attract and to form. Pirineos gives shape and expression to the spirited bravery of Somontano”.


Fibonacci’s Wine

August 24, 2015 | 2 Comments


Designed by Onice Design | Country: Italy

“In the XIII century, the Italian mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci discovered a sequence of numbers with a particular feature: each numbers is the sum of the previous two. The sequence (1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, etc) appears many times in nature, describing a wide number of biological settings: branching in trees, arrangement of leaves in a stem, the flowering of artichoke, the spiral of shells, the seeds on a sunflower. It is also widely used in design, geometry, architecture, computation, art.”


Biosphere – Fine Honduran Cacao

August 24, 2015 | 0 Comments


Designed by Michal Slovák | Country: Slovakia

“Around 99.99% of world cacao tree production is growing on plantations. The rest, 0.01% of world production features very rare wild-grown cacao.

Biosphere – Fine Honduran Cacao comes from Wampusirpi, location immediately adjacent to Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve in Honduras which has been a World Heritage site and biosphere reserve since 1982. In 2011, UNESCO placed the reserve on the List of World Heritage. This premium couverture chocolate has exceptional quality and single origin.

It was important not to follow Aztec or Mayan motifs, which are very common on many chocolate labels from this region. Exceptional quality product needed exceptional design. The aim was to illustrate the atmosphere of the jungle where the cacao grows. Therefore the label for 80% dark chocolate was illustrated as rainforest at night. Tempered chocolate drops are packed in 5kg bags and are sold only to trade.”



August 19, 2015 | 0 Comments


Designed by Swear Words | Country: Australia

“PICO is a premium gluten-free, vegan, fair trade certified, Swiss chocolate range conceived and designed in Melbourne.

A premium chocolate range launching in an already visually busy environment, Pico required impactful, contemporary branding and packaging whilst giving a nod to its Swiss chocolate-making heritage. Our solution is inspired by Swiss poster art and its bold geometric forms reinterpreted as flavour and texture cues in the context of an abstract mountain range designed to lend strong shelf impact.”


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