Designed by Marcel Buerkle | Country: South Africa
A beautiful wine packaging concept for a red and white wine.
Designed by James Hallock | Country: United Parkinsons Disease: Best-selling Book On The Internet States Designed in 2003 as a personal project. Corrugated cardboard tubes protect the bulbs and offer an interesting visual texture and a change from the standard cuboid bulb box. Thick edges mean these would still be able to be stacked and … Read more
Designed by Ah&Oh Studio | Country: Poland
“Perfume packaging design and the concept of the perfume were always our dream project. So we took men’s fragrance as our challenge. At the begining we were concentrating on the idea of the scent itself. We found inspiration in the great, dark literature and distinctive, strong characters. We tried to describe the dark sides of men’s nature with line of scents named after famous writers. We packed the scents into bottles which resemble both old glass perfume bottles and the classic shape of the inkwell. We made them white, added black strong lettering and heads of characters which loosely recall
autor’s famous masterpieces.”
Designed by Swann Marchon | Country: Austria A packaging concept for HB pencils which doubles as a container and is intended to be displayed on ones’ desk. Considering art and design supplies are largely geared towards creative people it is constantly surprising how dreadful their packaging solutions can be. We’d love to see more of … Read more
Designed by Braden Wise | Country: United States
“The recent surge of enhanced water products has attracted much of the health conscious population of today. My re-designed packaging system repositions Pure American’s vitamin water under the new alias, V+M, a vitamin-enhanced mineral water that helps emphasize the health benefit of each of the flavors, conducive to overall well-being. A specific vitamin is highlighted on each bottle, as represented through the suitable animal icon.”
Designed by FIRMA | Country: Russia Hot on the tail of our feature of Firma earlier this week comes this beautiful cognac packaging. Designed by the studio’s special division, Packman Experiments, this is only a concept for now, although it would be lovely to see it brought to fruition in the future.
“This was a personal experiment in form, function, and fun. The goal of this redesign was to use a standard milk carton as the canvas to create a clean, modern, and functional design yet still approachable for the average consumer.”