Duck Rice

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Designed by Scott Lambert | Country: Vietnam

“Packaging work for Xanh (meaning green in Vietnamese), Duck Rice is their first product. Very simply, rice is grown as naturally as possible, the ducks live in the paddies and their everyday habits keep the crop fertilized and free of pests. Xanh also promote a fairer deal for farmers. Working closely with the client I produced clean, fresh packaging to reflect the philosophy of the product. A wonderful coincidence allowed me give them a duck in the typography”

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Pop-Up Popcorn

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Designed by Packlab | Country: Finland

“In 2008 Anni Nykänen [of Packlab] won four awards for her Popcorn concept. Three of them European student design awards at the IOP: Student Starpack Awards. The Gold, Best in Show Award, Marks & Spencers / Korsnas Frovi Sponsored Award as she helped PACKLAB. Lahti Institute of Design to win the Eric Dickens Award for the second time in 2008. Months later her packaging picked up a 2008 Honorable Mention at the Worldstar Student / Packaging Design Competition (International) Award.”

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Charles Chocolates

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Designed by Hatch Design | Country: United States

“When renowned San Francisco chocolatier Charles Siegel, decided to create a small, gourmet collection bearing his name, he needed a corporate ID and e-commerce website every bit as delicious as his delectable confections and, we’re proud to say, he came to us.

The logo and packaging we created can now be seen in more than 1200 gourmet fooderies across the country. And his e-commerce website now serves as a primary consumer portal into the delectable world of his artisan chocolate.”

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Paradise. Gourmet-club™ Coffee

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Designed by Artel Artyomovyh | Country: Ukraine

Bureau of Graphic Design “Artel Artyomovyh” developed package design for “World’s best coffees” gift set of сoffee briquettes (Paradise. Gourmet-club™).

Set consist of 8 most popular types of coffee in vacuum briquettes. Package designed to symbolize traveller’s suitcase. Simple, low-cost solution of package allows easily either to demonstrate content in coffee-shops or to transport and present collection.

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