• Creative Agency: A Friend of Mine
    Designers: Suzy Tuxen, Cassie Brock and Emily Fitts
    Artworking: Mim Kennish
    Photography: Sarah Anderson Photography
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Location: Melbourne, Australia

    When the owners of Chez Dré in South Melbourne decided to open up a European styled dessert boutique next door, they wanted to stand apart from others and give the space a sense of permanence. Bibelot (French for a small object of curiosity, beauty or desire) was thus born, encompassing an artisinal patisserie, gelateria, coffee bar, chocolate shop and high tea salon. Wanting to marry branding, packaging and signage together to evoke a strong sense of place, we drew upon traditional mosaic tiling techniques as a design reference point. We custom crafted typography with intricate tiling patterns in a bold and geometric typeface to give a sense of modernity and avoid a pastiche look. A suite of patterns lend the packaging designs variety whilst the deliberately monochromatic palette of black and cream unites the brand. We collaborated with Breathe Architecture and a mosaic artist to create the custom signage elements within the space.


  • Creative Agency: AKU
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Packaging Content: Coffee
    Location: Tallinn, Estonia

    The packaging of the the small coffee roasters’ were designed as a modular system to avoid high production costs and leftovers. Besides necessary information the only visual elements are stamps representing coffee’s country of origin.

    Packaging postage stamps for Kokomo Coffee's African and South American blends. Designed in collaboration with UK illustrator Ryan Chapman the impactful miniature format functions to visualize the well-known symbols of the coffee’s origin and the distance these specialist products travel to consumers.


  • Designer: Ewelina Gąska
    Project Type: Commercial Work
    Packaging Content: Coffee
    Location: Warszawa, Poland


  • Designer: Lia Kazantzidou
    Project Type: Concept
    Location: Athens, Greece
    Packaging Contents: Cosmetics

    Dalia is a Greek company which products cosmetics for women and sells worldwide. Dalia's goal is to create natural cosmetics, no animal tested, with old fashion granny style and elegant, since it addresses to all kinds of ages through its shop and its website. The final brand name was the Dalia. Direct and with no excesses it gives us the impression that is talking about a natural perfumed product. Design could be directed more freely to give the concept result.

    The font was designed by hand and its a curved font respect to the women figure. A particularity of the logo that makes the font more recognizable is the circle that is cut from the letter "a".The circle represent the woman shape and liquid sense of the product. To create this old fashion style, I designed several flowers and a dalia to decorate my designs. This will make easier to understand that our product is natural, cosmetic and for women.


  • Creative Agency: the Labelmaker
    Photo: Jordan Jelev
    Typography The Fontmaker
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Black Sea Gold Winery
    Location: Bulgaria
    Packaging Contents: Wine
    Packaging Materials: Bottle "Maxima" by Saverglass, paper Jade Raster by Manter Arconvert

    Vera Terra is the name of the latest exclusive rose wine we created for one of the most iconic wine producers in Bulgaria – the Black Sea Gold winery.

    The name comes from Latin and means ‘true land’. It tells the audience that this wine is special and that it comes from one of the best regions in Bulgaria for white and rose wines – the Black Sea area. The label is a logical connection between the existing award-winning design for Salty Hills wines, the Vera Terra project and the sea. It features abstract illustration of sea waves and currents printed with elegant gold and copper hot foil. We used one of our favorite papers here – Jade Raster by Manter Arconvert because of its fine grainy texture and amazing pearl shine finish. Vera Terra wine label carries the warmth and freshness of sunny summer days and the amazing smell of sea breeze. The bottle here is another treasure that adds more value and quality to the whole project – Maxima by Saverglass. Elegant and unique it perfectly complements the overall look of the packaging.

    A gentle satin pale beige capsule was the final touch of our work here – elegantly branded with Vera Terra name. The top of the capsule features a detail of the waves image from the front label.


  • Designer: Mairi-Anne Maclennan
    School: Edinburgh College of Art
    Course: Graphic Design (Graduate)
    Project Type: Student Project
    Location: Glasgow, Scotland
    Packaging Contents: Haircare products

    Repackage and redesign the Ion hair care range. Sallys are considered hair and salon experts through their processes, materials and intensive knowledge of hair. I focused on the technique involved in colouring hair and experimented by mixing dyes to reflect the process of mixing hair colours. The result was a vibrant mark that would be noticeable and distinctive to Sallys Ion range. A vibrant box allows the product to stand out on the shelf, whereas the bottle itself is clear and simple focusing on the end result. The mark could then effectively be carried across different promotional elements.



  • Creative Agency: Subbota Communication Group
    Designer: Vyacheslav Korzyuk
    Copywriter: Vladimir Malyavko
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Farm "DAK"
    Location: Minsk, Belarus
    Packaging Contents: Goat chesse
    Packaging Materials: Paper, carton

    A task was to develop the packaging and label for goat cheese brand "Lizavetinsky"

    Cheese "Lizavetinsky" is a unique farm product, which are manufactured in accordance with age-old recipes. Grazing goats and milk production is carried out in accordance with the rules of organic farming without using any chemical fertilizers. The packaging should reflect the benefits of the product, positioning it in a given niche.

    A head of cheese is wrapped in a thin paper, which contains information about the main stages of cheese production. To reflect the local production a real map of the area indicating the location of the farm has been used in the design of the label. To give the product greater individuality it is provided with a liner which includes farmer’s appeal to buyers.



  • Creative Agency: Wine & Shine
    Creative Direction: Paal Myre / Rita Monteiro
    Concept/Copywriting: Tinta Amarela
    Design: Myhre Design
    Wine Photography Santos & Seixo
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Santos & Seixo Wine Exports, Lda
    Location: Lisbon, Portugal
    Packaging Contents: Wine
    Packaging Materials: Paper, glass, capsule

    In Portugal there are about 250 native grape varieties and dozens of wine regions. So Rotas de Portugal multi-region wine range was designed as an invitation to travel through it.

    The wine brand was created by the Wine & Shine team for Santos & Seixo Wine Exports Lda from scratch: concept, naming, branding and label design. Santos & Seixo believes that there is a world to explore in the wines of Portugal, so we made it as an invitation to travel.


  • Creative Agency: PUL Ads&Brands Agency
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Hayberya
    Location: Istanbul, Turkey
    Packaging Contents: Honey
    Packaging Materials: Glass, Paper

    Hayberya is a company specialising in honey sourced from known independent beekeepers around Turkey.

    The packaging design is clean and elegant. The color choice is also unique in the market. While all other brands using usual honey colors, Hayberya preferred a more innovational approach to its packaging.



  • Creative Agency: The Silot
    Creative: Susan Silot
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Nutty By Nature
    Location: Nairobi, Kenya
    Packaging Contents: Honey
    Packaging Materials: Glass

    Oh Honey!

    The light crisp vanilla taste is perfection on the palate.

    A single drop is made from the delicate blossoms of the Tsavo Acacia tree.

    One taste of this fine honey, and you will be a honey lover forever!


  • Creative Agency: The Silot
    Art Director: Reuben Silot
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Nutty By Nature
    Location: Kenya, Nairobi
    Packaging Contents: Peanut Butter
    Packaging Materials: Plastic Jars

    Nutty by Nature - Peanut Butter.

    Branding and Packaging Variations: Smooth, Creamy and Crunchy

    The brand is mainly targeted at the kids (offline - POSm, Merchandise ) and moms (online, social media and website)


  • Creative Agency: Scandinavian Design Group
    Creative Director: Nils Jensen
    Designer: Henrik Walse, Mats Lekberg
    Illustrator: Petra Börner
    Project Type: Commercial Work
    Client Altia Corporation
    Location: Stockholm, Sweden
    Packaging Contents: Alcoholic Beverage, Wine

    ‘Tis the season for delicious spiced drinks! Mulled wine, or Glögg in Sweden, is a red wine made with various mulling spices and raisins. On cold winter days, it’s customary to grab a glass of it, especially at Swedish Christmas celebrations. Scandinavian Design Group designed the packaging for 2016’s Glögg release from Blossa, the market leader in Sweden, with inspiration from the Swedish wildwood and its immense and mysterious forests.

    Starting work with Blossa at the 2011 edition, Scandinavian Design Group created a design concept that evolves and develops with each annual release, moving the brand into a larger context beyond the packaging design – and beyond the perception of a traditional Christmas drink. The concept is based on new and interesting places where Blossa travels to find inspiration and exciting flavours. Coordinates on the bottle guide us to the exact destination that inspires each year's flavours.

    In order to find unexplored and exciting flavors, you don’t need to travel far. Blossa’s most exotic taste ever origins from Sweden. In 2016 the coordinates 63°69'72.0"N 13°81'76.7”W bring us to the northern forest Storskogen and the flavors Crowberry and caramelized Birch Sap with a hint of smoke. The design scheme is a tribute to the mystery and depths of the Swedish forests, and the gold elements symbolize the treasure of flavors to be found.



  • Creative Agency: Stranger & Stranger
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Packaging Content: Tequila
    Location: USA

    Tequila. Howling at the moon.



  • Designer: Jovana Randjelovic
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Faculty of Philology and Arts - FILUM
    Course: Graphic design
    Tutor: Nemanja Dragojlovic
    Location: Kragujevac, Serbia
    Packaging Contents: Rakia - Serbian brandy
    Packaging Materials: Glass, Paper

    Rakijateka is a fictional, small family distillery which produces high-quality brandy. In Serbia fruit brandies are commonly known as Rakija, and the most popular flavours are Šljiva - made from plums, Loza - made from grapes, Dunja - made from quince...

    It is widely known in Serbia, that rakia (serb. rakija) has been always considered a traditional cure, which is the main reason why she became a part of the "home pharmacy system" in almost every household. Many believe that besides being able to lift up your mood, helps in better digestion and elimination of various types of pain. But whether can rakija really cure diseases or these are just empty beliefs and secret desires, will remain debatable and each of us is given the right whether to believe it or not. This is the reason why the name of the distillery is actually a play of words - Serbian word for pharmacy is "Apoteka".

    The whole concept, which was done as my master’s degree project, is based exactly on these common folk beliefs and supposed to have a touch of humor in it. The aim was to create such a brand that will at the same time be modern and tradition-oriented, so as to be interesting and meet the needs of all generations, both young and elders. The names of different flavours derive from the fruits they are made of and the name of the specific medicine, because in my country we see this brandy more like a cure than the regular alcoholic drink. That's why each flavour is meant to "cure" symptoms of various "diseases" that are related to everyday problems: mood swings, worries, stress, broken hearts, disappointment...



  • Creative Agency: 43'oz design studio
    Designer: Alex Kodimsky
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Pragmatique Portfolio
    Location: Moldova

    When developing bourbon design "General's Spirit" the central task was to create a product image with readable american origin. Taking into account the Trade Mark's name (General's Spirit) we developed label design of a times of american civil war stylistics. We've created a character in relation to TM's name, and set all the stylistics, typography and design in a vintage stylistics.



  • Company: Amplify Snack Brands
    Designer: Joanie Cahill
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Paqui
    Location: Austin, TX, USA
    Packaging Contents: Tortilla Chip
    Packaging Materials: Chip Board & Plastic

    Paqui created the Carolina Reaper Madness chip (the World's Hottest Tortilla Chip) made with the infamous Carolina Reaper pepper, to be sold as individual chips in their “One Chip Challenge” campaign. We designed packaging to convey the heat and excitement of the Carolina Reaper pepper, a single-chip pouch to seal in freshness and the dangerously spicy seasoning, and a coffin box to protect the chip pouch and inform the consumer of the risk involved.

    The coffin tells us: "THINK YOU CAN HANDLE THE HEAT?"

    The chip in this box is made with the hottest chile pepper on the planet, the “Carolina Reaper,” created for the sheer pleasure of intense heat and pain. Subjects can expect short-term loss of speech followed by extreme profanity, heavy breathing, enhanced sinus functions, and impaired vision from heat-induced tears."

    After reading all the warnings on coffin, the brave soul opens it to find a pouch with an image of the Reaper wielding his metallic blade with a final phrase: "Fear the Reaper".

    Do you dare to go to hell and back?


  • Designer: Lauren Cooke
    Watercolor Art: Satsuki Shibuya
    Photographer: Ashleigh Amoroso
    Tube Packaging: Paper Tube Co. 
    Label Printers: Frontier Labels
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: The Good Hippie
    Location: Austin, TX, USA
    Packaging Contents: Small-batch, natural, artisan line of skincare and beauty products
    Packaging Materials: Paper Tubes

    The Good Hippie is a small-batch, natural, artisanal line of skincare + beauty, handcrafted in Austin, Texas. They believe the ritual of the bath and daily skincare routine should be a time of indulgence. A time to breathe deeply, and nurture the body and mind. The package design and re-branding was done by Lauren Cooke Design.

    “For The Good Hippie’s re-branding, Bri wanted to integrate real artwork into her packaging. It began with a conversation with artist, Satsuki Shibuya who was commissioned to create six original watercolors inspired by the actual products. Working closely with Bri, we wanted to ensure that the products felt like miniature works of art for her customer’s home. Along with the watercolor, the tubes incorporate ingredient illustrations to present the natural, healthy elements in every product.

    We worked with Paper Tube Co. to print quality paper tubes that could be reusable, recyclable and all around earth-friendly. We sourced Terraskin labels through Frontier Labels for waterproof, eco-friendly labels demonstrating the brand’s commitment to taking care of the environment.”


  • Designer: Damirdesign & Co.
    Creative Director: Damir Midzic
    Designer: Adnan Suljkanovic
    Photographer: Samir Sinanovic
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Location: Bihac, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Packaging Contents: Non-carbonated soft drink
    Packaging Materials: Glass

    One of the leading brands on the Bosnian and Herzegovinian market is Lipa water. The client decided to grow Lipa brand into two sub-brands: Lipa Pulp and Lipa Ice Tea. Ice tea is a very popular drink, providing refreshment, with simultaneous enjoyment in fruity flavors. Based on Lipa water, with an addition of tea extracts, aromas and concentrated fruit juice Lipa Ice Tea offers top-quality refreshment and comes in three flavors: peach, forest fruit and cranberry-apple.

    Lipa Ice Tea is packed in 0,25l glass bottles, ready to be served chilled in cafes and restaurants, but also as a retail product. Sleeve label is used for design application which enhances organic shapes and a splash of freshness. Typography is transparent in some parts of the label revealing the color of liquid inside the bottle.



  • Creative Agency: Braind Design
    Designer: Marko Vajagic
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Imlek
    Location: Belgrade, Serbia
    Packaging Contents: Dairy

    Design for a new portfolio extension for Serbia's major dairy company. Balans + Protein products are rich in protein and low in fat values. The task was to design a new packaging portfolio including various products as an extension to the existing products the company has on the market.


  • Creative Agency: Sogood
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Packaging Content: Tortilla
    Location: the Netherlands

    A world first introduction of ‘No Fairytales’ with packaging by Sogood.

    Bernadette Kooijman, founder and owner of start-up Switchback Foods: ‘I want people to eat healthier with good and delicious food. I have developed tortillas containing 45% of vegetables based on carrot and beetroot. A world first for which I was looking for and brand name and packaging. They should invite the consumer to try and find out that healthy food can also be tasteful. In the near future No Fairytails will extend the range of products.

    Rob Verhaart, creative director at Sogood: ‘We developed the brandname ‘No Fairytales’ to make clear that Bernadette Kooijman is not selling hollow talk. Her products are honest, genuine and pure without unnecessary additives. To bring this idea across we developed a packaging where the product is still the hero. We gave the texts on the facing a little adventurous twist intertwining them with natural ornaments. The frosted look strengthens the fresh and natural character of the products.’



  • Creative Agency: So Cool Design Office
    Creative Team: Loli Stavroula_Christoforidou Katerina
    Print: Perigramma S.A.
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Acropolis
    Location: London, UK
    Packaging Contents: Oil
    Packaging Materials: Glass & Paper

    After the success of the Acropolis company with olive oil "Classic Olive oil", "Extra Virgin Olive Oil" and "Ultra Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil",

    it's time to create a new subcategory under the Brand Name "Acropolis" with the new flavors "Basil," Garlic, "Chilli" and "Rosemary & Lemon".


  • Creative Agency: Bex Brands
    Designers: Jeremy Dahl, Becky Nelson
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Temple Turmeric
    Location: San Diego, USA
    Packaging Contents: Smoothie, Coffee

    Honor Your Body.

    Bex joined forces with Temple Turmeric immediately after they changed their name from Tumeric Alive to Temple Turmeric. While preserving their existing logo, we set out to discover the rest of the story. Combining their company culture deeply rooted in yoga philosophies with the Hawaiian traditions where their ingredients are harvested proved to be a difficult task, but we found common ground with vibrant colors, a gentle brand voice and embellishments that take from both yoga and Hawaiian-inspired art to create a personality that is unique to Temple. The website utilizes vibrant images with lush settings near where the special Oana Turmeric is harvested. It is true and honest to the brand and sets itself apart from competition.


  • Creative Agency: Bex Brands
    Designers: Jeremy Dahl, Becky Nelson
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Leap Smoothies
    Location: San Diego, USA
    Packaging Contents: Smoothie Packets

    Raw, organic, vegan and sincerely delicious, these smoothies-to-be are raring to go and keep you going. Our approach for Leap was to combine the mystical vibrance you feel after consuming with an approachable attitude that shows how truly versatile they are and how easy they can be incorporated into a busy person’s lifestyle.

    Radiant movement from the mark sits above a fluid and legible font, expressing how Leap is up for anything and doesn’t slow you down. The colors flow from one to the next in a way that embodies movement, growth and transformation. Subtle arrows punctuate the attitude.

    Leap continues to thrive — they’ve expanded their offerings for the off-the-charts demand for these energizing and nourishing recipes!


  • Creative Agency: cd's associates
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Packaging Content: Fruit snack
    Location: Seoul, South Korea

    Bokumjari, which produces healthy fruit products, has launched snacks made of only dried fruits without adding any additive. To emphasize the feature of a product containing no additives, the design is created in such a way that raw ingredients are shown by utilizing the “beauty of emptiness.” A vivid background color that can reveal the raw ingredients most effectively is used to deliver the sweet and sour taste of the product; different shapes of leaves are used for each piece to complement the shape of fruits and to increase the fun in eating.