KAKIYAMA

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Designed by GT & CANARY | Country: United States

“KAKIYAMA is a long-established rice cracker brand in Tokyo, Japan and we designed their brand-new packages including the assorted gift box, tin box, gift wrapping & shopping bags. Our goal was to create a Modern Japanese yet traditional and luxury rice cracker brand that appeals to all ages consumers.”

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ULLR

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Designed by Leopold Ketel & Partners | Country: United States | Fonts used: FF Pullman

“The peppermint schnapps category didn’t have a brand that truly represented the lifestyle of its audience. So we worked with Hood River Distillers to create ULLR, a libation for snow enthusiasts named after the Norse god of snow sports.”

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Milko

Designed by Unitedpower | Country: Sweden “Milko is one of Sweden´s largest dairy companies. Their main business region covers more than 1/3 of Sweden. Milko is a co-operative company, which is owned by farmers from various provinces. Each province has its own carton with the origin printed in heart shaped lettering to show that Milko … Read more

Chocolaterie

Designed by Permanent | Country: Germany | Fonts used: Helvetica “It is proven that chocolate stimulates the production of some hormones which are responsible for pleasant feelings. Chocolaterie should make chocolate addicts very, very happy. It is an online shop providing the connoisseur with the finest that European sweemeat shops are able to manufacture. The … Read more

Hint Water

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Designed by Helen Shaw | Country: Canada

“Package redesign emphasizing the purity and clarity of the product, designed in a minimalist style to break through the visual clutter of the beverage aisle. Hint’s original logo is reworked to mimic Asian characters and colour coded to communicate flavour at a glance.”

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Student Work – Marie-Eve Dubois

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Designed by Marie-Eve Dubois | Country: Canada

“If you’re among those who think that tofu is a rather boring and bland product, you might want to have a look at this new way of conditioning and packaging tofu. This study by Marie-Eve Dubois in my packaging class is quite an interesting way of combining aesthetic and function.

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