March 27, 2012 | 7 Comments
Designed by Marisol Escorza | Country: Spain
Wonder bread packaging redesigned for the European market by School of Design and Engineering student Marisol Escorza.
March 26, 2012 | 1 Comment
Designed by Cloud Inc | Country: Australia
“Boutique Italian food grosser packaging.”
March 22, 2012 | 3 Comments
Designed by Ben Sherman | Country: United Kingdom
“To compliment our new Ben Sherman store concept we created a brand new companion set of store packaging and collateral. It was essential that this punctuated the look and feel of the new store design, but also linked in and reinforced the heightened service aspect, around which the store would operate.”
March 21, 2012 | 7 Comments
Designed by Biles Inc. | Country: United Kingdom
“UK wine producer and distributor Boutinot UK, are launching a new addition to their portfolio with the introduction of “The Cloud Factory”, a Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough, New Zealand. With grapes sourced from the cool Waihopi Valley in Southern Marlborough, the elegant wine is alive with aromas of stone-fruits and minerals, with flavours of guava and lime.”
March 20, 2012 | 1 Comment
Designed by Joschko Hammermann | Country: Germany
“In his bachelor thesis Joschko Hammermann examines the connection between the customer and a wine. It became very important to create a immediate connection between those two. Thats why the wine labels consists out of wood, fabric, sandpaper and regular paper to give the customer an idea of the characteristics of the wine. He even developed an appearance of a winery which is called “Sunchild Wines” with 12 different labels.”
March 19, 2012 | 6 Comments
Designed by Nik and Carole | Country: United Kingdom
“Expertly crafted from layers of luxurious damascus steel, this super premium range had to appeal to chefs and home cooks who take their cooking uber seriously. Midori, the Japanese word for green reflects the subtle tints of colour in the micarta handle and we commissioned an elegant wooden case, the traditional way to present something of such value.”
March 19, 2012 | 5 Comments
Designed by Guillo Milia | Country: Argentina
“Tucumen is a new line of wines Budeguer, a family company of immigrants who became major sugar producers in northern Argentina. After more than a century but returned to migrate to Mendoza, the land of vineyards to produce their own wines. The brand is a combination that joins the Argentinean regions of Tucumán (Sugar Land in Argentina) and Mendoza. The design attempts to convey the collage of cultures, styles, colors and textures of two lands as different but united in a single product that represents love for theirfamily origins.”
March 15, 2012 | 6 Comments
Designed by Daniel Brokstad | Country: Norway
“Possession is a limited edition unholy wine collection, featuring three different red wines; “Evil Demon – Bloody Shiraz”, “Haunting Ghost – Spoory Cabernet” and “Old Witch – Cursed Pinot Noir”. All the wines comes in a solid coffin-shaped glossy casing, which adds to the exclusiveness of the wine series. Each are based on different occult themes as satanism, the paranormal and witchcraft. The type design on each bottle reflects it’s theme and was made in a rough way to contrast the otherwise clean setup and design, to give it more of an edgy look. This is a self initialized conceptual design.”
March 15, 2012 | 20 Comments
Designed by Hyphen | Country: India
“In India, ‘fashionably late’ is safely replaced with ‘predictably late’. Cow blockades, politician escorts, and cratered roads, compound the problem and offer a valid excuse. So when you reach half-an-hour after the appointed time, you don’t explain yourself. You wait for the other person to arrive.
We used this life insight, and added some dark humour to it.
We simply added a suffix to time periods. And moved the numerals from their classic perpendicular positions, tilting them to an approximate point on the dial. Hence six was not six. Eight was not eight. It was ‘six-ish’ and ‘eight-ish’. Thus was born the ‘ish Watch’.
The audience instantly connected with the watch, as it reminded them of the times they had been either the victim or culprit of tardiness. However, as a ‘non-punctual’ attitude is almost part of the Indian ethos, they bought into the idea and the watch, without delay.”
March 13, 2012 | 4 Comments
Designed by Cloud Inc | Country: Australia
“A minimalist take on the traditional absinthe.”