• Creative Agency: KOREFE. Kolle Rebbe Form und Entwicklung
    Teabag Collection: Ayzit Bostan
    Text: Alexander Michaelsen
    Graphic Design: Mitja Schneehage
    Photography: Imke Jansen & Mitja Schneehage
    Product Design & Concept: Christian Doering
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Hälssen & Lyon
    Location: Hamburg, Germany
    Packaging Contents: Tea
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Cotton, Cotton Blend, Munken Paper
    Printing Process: Digital Printing

    Since 1879, Hälssen & Lyon has been crafting the finest teas for clients across the world. During this time they have received continued support from their long-standing customers, that’s why we created a special direct mailing to thank them for their ongoing commitment: The Teabag Collection – the first tea bags that look and feel like the world’s most iconic handbags.

    To bring this project to life, we worked together with renown handbag designer Ayzit Bostan to create five limited-edition tea bags in the style of iconic handbags. The selection was handcrafted with cordless silk and permeable cotton and designed to fit perfectly with the personality of each brew. The Teabag Collection was packaged in a handmade box and sent by direct mail to long-standing customers. In addition to that, they made their public premiere at Berlin Fashion Week, Germany’s most important fashion event. Where they quickly grabbed the attention of fashion lovers and bloggers.

  • Creative Agency: talc design studio
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Threesome ceramics
    Location: Athens, Greece
    Packaging Contents: Handmade ceramic object (various)
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Cardboard, Paper
    Printing Process: One color offset print

    Talc studio designed a modular packaging solution for containing and protecting the various sizes and shapes of the handcrafted creations.

    The objects are inserted into a cocoon like container and secured into place by applying force to key points.

    The result resembles a lump of clay. There is no right way to shape it.

  • Designed by Michelle Mite & Ricardo Cárdenas
    Project Type: Concept
    Location: Ecuador
    Packaging Contents: Natural tea, horchata, flowers, fruits, ice tea
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass
    Printing Process: Flexography

    Forests a natural drink that born to turn the experience of drinking an iced tea into something different and unique, an elixir of youth with the combination of fruits flavors and selected plants that produce a highly refreshing effect and with the colorful presentation you will stop the world wherever you go.

    It comes in 3 different presentation: Horchata is a mixture of plants which the amaranto is the flower that make our tea red, also for a relaxing time you can drink Strawberry & Lemon mix with mint and there's a tropical fruits flavor that makes you feel so refresh in tropical weather.

  • Designer: Lydia Bedford
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: University of Leeds
    Course: Graphic and Communication Design
    Tutor: Ben Bradley
    Location: United Kingdom
    Packaging Contents: Beer
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass
    Printing Process: Digital Printing

    The Otley Run is one of the most renowned pub-crawls in the country, enjoyed in Leeds by the masses. Piggy backing on the experience is The Otley Run Co., providing a unique beer for each of the 18 pubs along the way. Each bottle has a numbered label, representing its position on route. The numbers are filled with unique patterns that represent something about each individual pub, be it from history, their name or the architecture.

    Elevating the experience is a scorecard to track progress (by affixing the stickers found on each bottle) and wayfinding on route to help guide consumers. Bright colouring and a bold style emphasises the enjoyment factor whilst clear numbering on pack helps consumers monitor how far they’ve come.

  • Designer: Gina Almanzar
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: TORO Condoms
    Location: Spain
    Packaging Contents: Premium concept condoms
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper, cardboard, aluminium
    Printing Process: Digital Printing and foil stamping

    At the beginning we had 3 challenges: improve the retail logistics in the box, refresh the image of the brand and design theconcept of two new lines of condoms.

    The goal was to create a new image for the TORO Brand, far from the taurine image but keeping the strength, fun and exclusivity concept. Other problem was logistic, we had to create a box smaller than the older one but with the same content, so we decided to kept it compact but with the sliding box. One thing that complete the premium concept, thinking on the consumer comfort are the individuals foils inside the box so we decided to keep it.

    On the other hand we unified the two new lines according to the new images, creating the naming and concept for each product: POP for the dotted and ribbed condom and the ultrathin condom with a color according to the target that we were talking to.

    Also, we create the foil image, we wanted to keep the bull as sign of strength and identity of the brand. We used a color pallette to keep the harmony between the different kind of products, and designed a retail box exhibitor, achieving the design and logistics goals at the same time.

    The result was: 4 sliding premium boxes, with designed individual foil, wrapped outside, fast opening, and unique design.

  • Creative Agency: Estudio Arena - Bahamonde
    Designer: Natalia Arena
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Packaging Content: Wine
    Location: Mendoza Argentina

    Bodega SINFIN asked us to design the packaging of the new blend they were about to launch. The concept and the label were developed by emphasizing how relative time is when we are having a good time and enjoying a good wine. The name and the concept are a pun on the winery´s name.

  • Designer: Abby Leighton
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: PrattMWP
    Course: Typography
    Tutor: Sarah Burns
    Location: Utica, New York, United States
    Packaging Contents: Excerpts from The Official Girl Scout Handbook
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Wood, paper, metal
    Printing Process: Digital

    This is a typography project that is designed to display all the font variations of Mrs. Eaves. As a Girl Scout of 13 years, I found it appropriate to re-design The Official Girl Scout Handbook, originally published in the 1920’s. Girl scouting builds the courage, confidence, and character of girls across the nation so that they can become the most intelligent, confident and productive women they can possibly be.

  • Creative Agency: Akita Brands
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Location: London, UK
    Packaging Contents: Perfume
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper, card, wood, glass
    Printing Process: Embossing, Foil stamping

    The House of Worth, a prestige global fragrance designer, announces the exclusive arrival of Belle, a new limited-edition women's scent inspired by the central character in Walt Disney's new live action adaptation of the classic tale "Beauty and the Beast", now premiering worldwide. With the aim of raising awareness of conscious beauty and literary empowerment in the 21st Century, Belle by Worth takes the rose, also central to the legend, as the central inspiration.

    Belle by Worth is the creation of master perfumer and voracious reader, Honorine Blanc of Firmenich, and is a luxurious, feminine concoction which blends Rose de Mai with aromatic woods and spicy pink peppers.

    Belle by Worth is presented in the couture house's original, octagonal weighty glass bottle, which is inscribed with the W of the House of Worth. The bottle is topped with a sustainable wooden cap which is finished in metallic pearl and features the word "Belle" engraved in gold by master calligrapher Bernard Maisner. The fragrance is packaged within a hollowed out book, taking its inspiration from Belle's love of reading, and available in three collectable colors - chartreuse, crimson red and navy blue.

    Belle by Worth is the first fragrance to be created and distributed worldwide by Akita Brands, with the aim of raising awareness of conscious beauty in the 21st Century and supporting global powerhouses with vegan, cruelty free and provenance-conscious beauty products.

    "When you mix a creative talent such as Charles Frederick Worth, the first couturier who revolutionized the fashion industry and single-handedly created the modern brand, together with Disney, a natural evolution was to create a rebellious rose fragrance inspired by today's 'rebelles'" states Akita Brands founder, Nikita Mehta.

    Belle by Worth, an enduring fragrance, with a secret, shared message of wisdom and empowerment at its core, is here to inspire a new generation to read. dream. believe.

  • Designer: Leonardo Recalcati
    Illustrations: Cartura / Alfredo Guglielmino
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Barone di Villagrande
    Location: Palermo, Italy
    Packaging Contents: Wine
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
    Printing Process: Offset, screen printing, foil stamping

    A dreamlike representation of visceral bond with the black earth and fiery Etna; the new concept for the products line of Barone di Villagrande inspired by the vision and the personal experience of Mark and Barbara, the young producers of these wines that tell of a difficult and fascinating land and its people who daily confronts the moods the volcano.

  • Creative Agency: Process
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Jaybird
    Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
    Packaging Contents: Jaybird Bluetooth Earbuds, Branded sport bottles
    Printing Process: Flexography, spot UV, screen printing

    Jaybird pioneered the Bluetooth wireless sports earbud and remains a leader in the space. They approached Process with the need to create a packaging experience that would create an impact when delivering their newest line of earbuds to key influencers, ambassadors, and executives. We created an unboxing experience by first starting with a matte black turned edge box. The box emulated their retail packaging in form but was enlarged to accommodate the multiple products that would need to be held inside. The graphic application to the outer box is purposefully understated with spot uv treated logos and a branded fabric puller. Once opened the recipient is immediately greeted with a screen printed acrylic sheet that sits flush with the top edge of the box. This sheet is meant to be a physical and visual hard stop and deliver key brand messaging. The acrylic sheet is then removed to reveal the product that is custom fit to the inside of the box using die-cut EVA foam inserts. The headphone box presentation was enhanced by using the EVA foam to elevate the product and be flush with the top edge of the box.

  • Creative Agency: Nik and Carole Ltd
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Mazawattee Tea
    Location: United Kingdom
    Packaging Contents: Tea
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Cartonboard
    Printing Process: Litho

    It’s safe to say the kettle’s never cold at Nik and Carole. Our latest tea project takes a spoonful of magic from the past, to craft an iconic brand for Mazawattee Tea today.

    Once the most famous tea company in England, the name Mazawattee was all but forgotten. An iconic brand of the 19th Century with an authentic blend of history and charm. The original founders of Mazawattee Tea Company were true entrepreneurs. Their understanding of the value of advertising and publicity led them to find exciting and unusual ways to promote the company.

    One of the most bizarre images from their archives has inspired the new branding. Behind the faded black and white photograph is a wonderfully quirky story of how zebras were used to transport their teas to local grocers. A cup of Mazawattee tea literally stopped traffic back in their heyday; but no doubt deliveries made by a zebra-drawn carriage would have caused a bit of a stir.

    The new branding transports you back to the golden age of Mazawattee teas, as they bring back a taste of the exotic to the 21st Century with the famous ‘The Cup that Cheers’. ‘It’s fantastic to take a brand back to its roots’ said Carole Haralambous, Managing Director at Nik and Carole.

  • Design and Art Direction: Angelina Pischikova
    Photography and Post Production: Rodion Kovenkin
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: CrazyService Belarus
    Location: Minsk, Belarus
    Packaging Contents: Light bulb
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper

    CS — is the largest electrical company in Belarus, which supplies the market with more than 5000 items. CS company’s branding and packaging has been inspired by the old physics books which are diagrams of electrical circuits and illustration of scientific experiments in the style of engravings. Inventor Thomas Edison 's words that a firefly is an ideal cold light source prompted the idea of ​​comparing the various forms of light bulbs with various insects . So a client will see it not just as an ordinary luminaire, but as an independent form. CS — is the largest electrical company in Belarus, which supplies the market with more than 5000 items.

    This is an update from the CS Electric Feature

  • Creative Agency: Bob Studio
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Dented Brick Distillery
    Location: Greece / UK

    Branding and packaging design for the Antelope Island Rum, the first drink of the Dented Brick Distillery in Utah. It’s named after the Antelope Island State Park located at Utah where the pronghorn antelope, bishops and other wild animals live.

    In a quite powerful and vivid illustration style, inspired by old postcards and a nostalgic atmosphere that remind us of travel memories, we designed a beautiful scenery, focused on the antelope and gave it a distinctive illustration style for the other drinks to follow.

  • Creative Agency: Digital Production Doctornet.pro
    Project Type: Concept
    Location: Voronezh, Russia
    Packaging Contents: Beer
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass
    Printing Process: Digital printing

    "Years ago, before Paul Philippon became a professional brewer, he made his living teaching university philosophy. A version of the duck-rabbit diagram, which looks like a duck or a rabbit, depending on the viewer's perspective, appeared in a philosophy book Paul admires (Philosophical Investigations by Ludwig Wittgenstein). He liked the idea of using a logo with ties to his former life."

    And now our team of designers has decided to paraphrase Paul's approach several. Having noticed some similarity of an ampersand to a duck we have finished it so that he became similar as well to a rabbit. This idea has initially been thought up not for this project, but as the fates decree the brewery which this idea could have by the way has caught sight to us.

  • Creative Agency: J. Walter Thompson
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Sagres
    Location: Lisboa, Portugal
    Packaging Contents: Beer
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Wood

    Sagres Bohemia is a gastronomic beer. Relaunched in 2016, its varieties: Original, Wheat and Pure Malt, make the perfect pairing with a good stew and a nice gather around the table.

    These are also the most crafty beer of all the industrials, something that we used largely on all of the visuals throughout the relaunch campaign. In December, portuguese cuisine became more “famous” when 21 Michelin Stars were attributed to 21 restaurants and to their Chefs, increasing to 26 the national restaurants with such a prestigious Prize. So we took the opportunity to speak to these chefs about our beer, telling them how it was created and thought to go along with good food and congratulate them for the prize won by offering an exclusive gift. We delivered a special six pack, wooden handcrafted, which not only carries beer bottles but, when we dismantled it, is also a set of kitchen utensils, always ready to prepare and serve food.

    Bohemia - gather around the table.

  • Creative Agency: Robot Food
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Brecks
    Location: Leeds, UK
    Packaging Contents: Cereal

    Brecks and Robot Food modernise Honey Monster Puffs, and give it pride of place on breakfast tables across the UK.

    Leading cereal manufacturing experts, Brecks, recently acquired the Honey Monster brand. A well-loved family staple for decades, Honey Monster Puffs commands enormous consumer affection and recognition, but had lost a little relevance. After reducing the sugar content down from ‘red’ to ‘amber’, the next step was a full repositioning and rebrand. Brecks chose Robot Food based on their reputation for rejuvenating classic British brands. The aim was to spark consumer reappraisal, and modernise Honey Monster Puffs as a credible, relevant family breakfast cereal.

    Robot Food embarked on a study of consumer trends followed by a collaborative brand workshop to establish the new positioning, mission and values. After this came new product development workshops to develop a pipeline of exciting new products.

    Working to the new brand blueprint, the team’s design strategy aims to throw consumers off their autopilot while retaining key brand equities – including the new-look Honey Monster, who proudly takes center-stage on packs. Moving him on from his old suited character, Robot Food created a flat, clean graphic Honey Monster for a friendlier, contemporary effect.

    The new pack hierarchy is cleaner and clearer, and the prouder, bolder brand marque replaces the previous brash red logo with a tastier, more considered yellow and white colourway. The fun, straight talking tone of voice is accessibly witty with transparent pack claims – a refreshing contrast to some cereal brands’ tendency to over-claim on health and under-claim on sugar content.

    With 25% less sugar than before, the new designs dare to be different, and express an honesty and authenticity. Bold, bright and confident, the brand now bursts with appeal for the whole family. Brecks have already extended the range to include Oat Puffs, and the stage is now set for a raft of additional NPD – in conjunction with Robot Food – that will take Honey Monster Puffs into exciting new categories.

    The new designs will be on shelf in retailers nationwide from the start of April.

  • Creative Agency: Dutch Design Branding Consultancy
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Trekhgornoe
    Location: Moscow, Russia
    Packaging Contents: Beer
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Aluminium
    Printing Process: Digital Printing

    "Spartak Moscow" is the most popular and entitled football club in Russia. That’s why “Spartak Legends” collection series from “Trekhgornoe” brand is a real gift for all Spartak fans. The series represent four legendary football players, who were bringing honor and titles for Spartak in different eras. DDH Consultancy found an original solution to illustrate the club legends in street art style because it was always very close to football and fan movements. The red brick wall symbolizes Trekhgornoe manufacture – one of the oldest breweries in Russia. Each can is unique and has its own collection number.

  • Creative Agency: Bob Studio
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Joice Foods
    Location: Greece / UK

    Joice foods is a new company based in Thessaloniki Greece and the first to produce cereals in Greece with a main focus on quality food and healthy nutrition, following the new trends and the latest technology.

    Using a play of words, we named their first series of cereals Cereously Healthy, made of pure ingredients and with great taste. There are 4 different flavours and 1 specially made for children. We created bright cheerful designs to show the joy of breakfast and of a happy morning. Ingredients are illustrated and placed all over the white curved “milky” area, creating a rich full composition to give the feeling of a full rich nutrition. For the children’s box, we created a fun game in the inner part that includes cutting animal figures and a funny story to read, making breakfast the most exciting meal of the day.

  • Creative Agency: Decode of Art
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Location: Bangkok, Thailand
    Packaging Contents: Coconut Water
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Gable Top carton
    Printing Process: Offset Printing

    100% coconut water, I used green and white as the main tone to look clean, natural feel and no contamination. In addition, the water also gives a refreshing, thirsty look. Make the whole element communicate to the consumer clearly. The product look elegant in a modern style.

  • Creative Agency: Decode of Art
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Location: Bangkok, Thailand
    Packaging Contents: Seaweed soap
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
    Printing Process: Offset Printing

    The sleeve box is used for Nadi soap to show the texture of the soap. It is the handmade soap, which is made from seaweed. The design is divided into two parts.

    Box- Seaweed is a main ingredient of the product so I used it for graphic design to be more attractive. The layout from the front of the box to the back of the box is the same story.

    Tray - It is made of 1 color paper by making a die line of soap. To protect the product and increase the size of the packaging to a larger size. This increases the area of ​​graphic design on the box to be more attractive.

    For the color, I used green color because the soap is dark green. I chose green sea water, which is mixed between blue and green. It feels fresh and sweet at the same time. Also the dark green of the soap will looks prominent. In addition, the design of Nadi soap package will add value to the product itself and to be able to produce it at a reasonable price.

  • Designer: Emily Mendoza
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: PrattMWP
    Course: Visual Communications II
    Tutor: Cindy Koren
    Location: Utica, NY
    Packaging Contents: Assorted snacks
    Printing Process: Digital Printing

    Branding concept for diverse snack subscription box. This box not only brings delicious snacks to the consumer from around the world, but also helps to educate and spread diversity. This box is meant for the snack connoisseur or for anyone and everyone that just loves snacks.

    Each box is monthly and comes with 8-10 full-sized snacks, one monthly collectible sticker, a snackport (passport) to collect monthly stickers, and a content card with information and fun facts on what's in the box and where they comes from.

    The project is meant to, not only teach students about branding, but also to understand the process and development of products. I chose a snack subscription box as my product because, for the most part, everyone loves snacks. What better way to spread diversity than with something people love!

  • Creative Agency: zapata.pro
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: probando - probando / Delgado Zuleta
    Location: Seville, Spain
    Packaging Contents: Wine
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Transparent Sleeves
    Printing Process: Stamping, Flexography

    Lola is a different rosé wine. Designed exclusively to enjoy it, without prejudice, without restrictions, without rules. Drink it however you want, whenever you want, wherever you want, with whom you want ... Although we recommend it in wide glass with ice and straw, you can make shots with Lola or even in a very expensive Riedel cup, because Lola is a great wine. It is very rich, it is garnacha 100% selection of plots with more than 30 years of antiquity, was harvested exclusively at night to obtain a beautiful rose stick with salmon tones, with aromas of fresh tropical fruits and rose petals and silky and harmonious in mouth. Lola is a transgressor, a thug and a bitch. For people who know what they want and want what they know. To have fun, to enjoy life, your friends, your partner or yourself. Because you deserve it.

  • Creative Agency: YG Design
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Viña Cobos
    Location: Argentina
    Packaging Contents: Wine
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
    Printing Process: Flexography , foil stamping , embossing

    This Viña Cobos wine is one of Argentina’s favorite and best-selling brands. It was originally created as part of a line of entry level products, where each product made reference to an animal (Feline, Crocodile, Lizard). Later, the winery simplified the line and Felino became the only entry level, above Crocodile, while Lizard disappeared. In the transition, Lizard’s artwork became the one used for the entire range. Later YG was hired to update its image. YG decided to remove the lizard and to keep a very subtle connection with the product’s original style, reminiscent of aboriginal art. The result is a neat elegant label developed with remarkable technical skill. Abstract background shapes stand out with a distinctive style only slightly reminiscent of the previous label.

  • Creative Agency: IWANT Design
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Niche Tea
    Packaging Content: Tea
    Location: UK

    London based start-up Niche Tea was founded by Amanda Miles in 2015. Uniquely Blended, Beautifully Crafted Wellness Tea. Using a specially designed formula of medicinal based natural herbs, Niche Tea has premium health and wellbeing at it’s core. Over a number of years, Niche Tea have researched global herbal techniques and explored over 130 tea estates to create a collection of teas designed to improve hair, skin, sleep, energy and digestion.