• Creative Agency: Wellhead
    Client: Bochkari
    Location: Russia
    Project Type: Commercial Work

    We had a task to create a pride of Altay region. Naming and design are based on the legend of an origin of Altay, when God created best place in the world, he called the Deer, the Falcon and the Cedar and ordered everyone to look for himself the best place.

  • Creative Agency: Inketa
    Design and Illustration: Taiam Ebert
    Client: Coco Fruit
    Location: Sao Paulo / Brazil
    Project Type: Commercial Work

    Design agency, Inketa was charged with building a new identity for Coco Fruit, an independent Brazilian brand specializing in coconut water, to restate their products and value. With full customer collaboration throughout the process, Inketa produced a redesign of CocoFruit's logo, packaging and promotional items.

    The work was based on visual illustrations that depict traditional agricultural activities in northeastern Brazil and in traditional folk art, using repetitive elements to form a pattern, adding a retro feel. Each illustration has been developed with a maximum of three colors by overlapping colors.

    The brand's new logo is modern and attractive, while conveying the purity and authenticity of the product's prime ingredient.

  • Creative Agency: Design Packaging Inc
    Conceptualization: Evelio Mattos and John Turner
    Location: Scottsdale, Arizona, USA
    Project Type: Concept

    When Tim Cook released the Apple WATCH and iPhone 6 yesterday the first thing that came to mind was how often is the watch going to need charging? But that question quickly evolved into how will we charge it among the increasing number of mobile devices that we carry everyday needing a nightly charge? Immediately John and I discussed what that meant for consumers and the ultimate experience for charging these items on your nightstand, the clutter of cables, the ever growing mess of products; iPads, phones, and now watches. Not very minimalist, not very Apple.

    The easy solution was to create an Apple power adapter with 2 USBs, 1 for the watch cable and 1 for your iPhone cable; simple enough. But that still did not solve for the poor user interaction, or the mess of products meant to be proudly displayed vs strewn about like children’s toys. As luxury packaging designers, our goal is to create a brand appropriate complete user experience that is seamless from unboxing to utilization. To that end, we approached the concept from a user based perspective, and explored how we would want to display the Apple WATCH as well as marry the two inseparable units once unboxed - Apple WATCH and iPhone 6. Once a viable concept that solved our challenges was completely fleshed out, the next step was how to package the display unit and product in a way that represented the brands continual evolution.

    The solution is a luxe retail packaging presentation, that beautifully displays the product on our combination charging dock. Once removed, the combination charging dock is able to simultaneously provide power to both iPhone 6 and Apple WATCH displaying the beauty of the two units within it’s simple footprint. From a usability standpoint, the watch is easily placed over the charger allowing the magnetic contacts to connect with the back of the watch, the iPhone then easily interfaces with the lightning charger and cradle. We threw in a dual USB port on the power adapter since we’re probably going to need to charge our iPads somewhere near these too.

  • Creative Agency: Brand BLOSSOM
    Client: AOS corp.
    Location: Seoul/ Korea
    Project Type: Commercial work

    Design consultancy, Brand BLOSSOM created this package design of a unique range of protein powder for SUMELAX, made by AOS corp.

    Each product have different function to bulk your muscle up and recovering your energy.

    Totally, focused on develop differentiated graphic identity to separate with a competitors.

    Overall, SUMELAX have an attractive vintage design unlike the other product that is made up all of sort design style such as metallic material, bold typography.

    "We need to come up with a new concept. Our result was a vivid colors and various linear patterns. And the logotype expressed a stencil print, look like natal a wild power." - Brand BLOSSOM

  • Designer: Andreas Welter
    Printing: Duktor
    Location: Trier, Germany
    Project Type: Student Project

    Hans Dampf is a German electronic artist. His first album comes with a unique box including a T-Shirt Design and two exclusive tickets for one of his outstanding shows. The Packaging is finished by hot-foil stamping and embossing.

  • Creative Agency: HubGroup
    Client: Yousli
    Location: Melbourne/ Australia
    Project Type: Commercial Work

    Yousli is an online muesli brand, that delivers fresh whole food muesli direct to your door anywhere in Australia. With the brand essence being ‘Feel good food’ it was top of mind for us to bring a big smile to the brand, to represent all the good things inside and the way you feel after eating a great healthy breaky. We loved the idea of opening your pantry in the morning and having a little someone smiling right back at you. We decided to develop the packaging as a strong, extra thick cardboard tube, with a plastic lid and a sealed fresh sticker - all made from either 100% recycled or recyclable products, with a foil lining inside to keep the muesli fresh. The Yousli packaging was also designed to act as a mascot, for stronger social media exposure and to really ramp up the brands personality and profile. We recently sent the Yousli tube off on a culinary muesli adventure through Europe to sample the worlds best and comment on it a la fancy food blogger.

    The Yousli tube design makes it very easy to pour the muesli out into a bowl and the super strong tube protects the contents during delivery around Australia. The tall tube shape is great for saving space in a crowded pantry. And the tight fitting forged plastic lid makes it very easy to seal and reuse the product.

    The jump test:
    The biggest design challenge for us was to create a package that could withstand the wear and tear of local and interstate postal delivery and be as sustainable as possible, it also had to keep it’s contents fresh and be jump proof (our term for: jump on it and hope the contents don’t pop out the top.

  • Creative Agency: Ha Design Studio
    Client: T.H.A.O. Tea Company
    Photos: Vivian Sachs
    Location: San Jose/ USA
    Project Type: Commercial Work

    THAO Tea Company provides loose leaf teas with superior taste and aroma without sacrificing healing properties and organic ingredients. They want customers to have the best tasting and most aromatic teas without the addition of unnecessary harsh chemicals, artificial flavors, GMOs, or fillers.

    Ha Design Studio created THAO Tea's brand image, including the logo design, packaging, and website. From conceptualization to the website launch, we were involved every step of the way. The end result is a unique brand image that is unexpected for tea brands, but will hopefully encourage younger generations to view tea-drinking in a different (more hip) way. Our goal is to help THAO Tea Company become successful in the marketplace and to inspire everyone to adopt healthier lifestyles. We hope that we were able to take a small part in this through our designs.

  • Creative Agency: SOGOOD
    Location: The Netherlands
    Project Type: Commercial work

    AXA Bike Security supplies bicycle locks and lights, amongst other things, all over the world.

    All existing and new products are positioned under one strong brand name and represent safety and protection for the bicycle and cyclist. However, this was not yet visible or perceptible in the packaging, for example. Now the brand image stands out and the packaging is extremely distinctive compared to that of the competition. Moreover, this brand image can easily be used for all communication tools, and truly sparks the imagination.

    The knight was developed as the new brand image. The knight primarily represents protection and safety, but naturally also stands for durability. The AXA Bike Security products are virtually indestructible. Moreover, it also nods to the company’s origin; AXA started out in the production of metal hardware. The result is a strong and congenial image.

    The new brand identity will be implemented in phases, from packaging to leaflets and from displays to the website.

  • Creative Agency: AKU
    Client: Click and Grow
    Location: Tallinn, Estonia
    Project Type: Commercial Work

    The packaging is designed so that the product requires minimal assembly before use but is protected during transportation. The material choice plays with the juxtaposition of glossy white paper and brown cardboard to emphasise the high-tech and natural aspects of the product. The removable user manual is built into the product, giving clear step-by-step instructions on how to start using the smartpot.

  • Creative Agency: AKU
    Client: KOKOMO
    Location: Tallinn/ Estonia
    Project Type: Commercial Work

    Brand development for a new connoisseur coffee company included naming, visual identity development and package design. The first retail outlet being a small café in the old fishing village of Koguva, on the Muhu island, a marine theme carries the whole identity. The wordmark was inspired by the crude lettering found on wooden fishing boats, marbled papers were used for labels and an anchor was embossed on them.

  • Artists: Gerlinde Gruber & Christine Strempel
    Art Director, Stand Design: Matthäus Jiszda
    Client: Mayr-Melnhof Packaging
    Fair: Interpack 2014
    Location: Austria
    Project Type: Commercial Work


    Comprising about 1700 packages from the world wide production of Mayr-Melnhof Packaging

    This 8 x 4 m big mural was exhibited for the first time on the MMP stand at the fair Interpack 2014 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
    untitled, 2014

    Cardboard on Wood
    800 x 400 cm

    More than 1700 pieces of cardboard boxes pile up like street canyons to an 32 qm big mural.

    The basic construction, 12 boards à 200 x 133 cm, fades for the eyes of the viewer under this colorful cardboard city.

  • Designer: Allan Revah
    Location: Brooklyn, NY, USA
    Project Type: Concept

    The Goode coffee is a concept packaging that I have created recently. Living in an urban environment, my daily source of energy is more often than needed fueled by a good cup of caffeine. So why not be re-energized visually?

  • Designer: Kat Manor
    Client: Fearless Tongue Brew Co.
    Location Fall Creek, WI, USA
    Project Type: Student Project

    As a hobby home-brew company, Fearless Tongue Brewing needed an identity and packaging to stand out from the rest. The illustration style offers a different avenue from other brewing companies while showing a fun adventurous side.

  • Creative Agency: Kingkong Bangkok Co., Ltd.
    Executive Creative Director: Eaknarong Vijittrissadee
    Designer: Eaknarong Vijittrissadee , Athipon Vijittrissadee
    Copywriter: Eaknarong Vijittrissadee , Jittipa Tanasiripong
    Client: Many & More Co., Ltd.
    Location: Bangkok/ Thailand
    Project Type: Commercial Work

    OTUNA is jerky made of 100% tuna served as snack. We use purely and simply lean premium tuna, that’s why our packaging bears a slogan “Perfectly OK with lean tuna.”

    Lean tuna jerky with savory flavor is contained in package with a fish scale motif specially designed like an outer part of fish body covering tasty tuna inside.

  • Creative Agency: CRE8 DESIGN
    Client: SHL
    Location: Taiwan
    Project Type: Commercial Work

    Molly is an innovative auto-injector pen designed to meet the needs of both the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. CRE8 DESIGN was then commissioned by SHL to devise a package that helps to demonstrate the product to potential customers.

    The package solution resulted in “Meet Molly” - a warm colored, chic and attractive sample kit to entice customers to test out the auto-injector pens. This unique package visually assures patients that this pen is less intimidating than the typical injection tool which arrives in a generic, sterile medical box.

    The “Meet Molly” sample kit conveys the message of the product - simple, safe and approachable. The well-structured inner space allows for easy access and storage of the injectors, testing pad, introductory booklet and CD, while it also facilitates the testing process.

    Both the exterior and interior design of “Meet Molly” follow a coherent design language to deliver a user-friendly, all-in-one package that breaks the stereotypes of traditional medical devices and enhances a better product experience.

  • Designer: Nguyên Huỳnh
    Location: Vietnam
    Project Type: Concept

    A conceptual repackaging project for Ajingon's granule, with a more modern and clean approach. No more busy text and background image, just big and bold tagline and clean visual to help the pack stand out on the shelf. Red is the dominant color of the brand, and quite a strong color against their brand competitors such as Knoor and Maggi.

  • Designers: Pranali Linge, Uttara Ghodke and Viraj Joshi
    Location: Pune/ India
    Project Type: Student Project

    Sustainability, or Green Design is not something that needs to be consciously done to show off how much you have saved, or what all you have done for the environment. It is a way of living, and an approach towards design.

    We have all been observing what happens in McDonald's and of its packaging. We thought of suggesting something that can tackle this problem.

    Having taken a largely consumed food product: The McWrap as our topic, we noticed that even a small change can lead to a phenomenal saving of material. Through “Green-wrap” we have reduced the surface area of McWrap packaging. We have also tried to avoid segregation of waste, because the waste generated by this packaging is in one piece. We have come up with a novel way of folding the McWrap Packaging, instead of tearing it off and throwing it away, so that a half-eaten wrap can be covered and kept away. This folding technique is inspired from the way shirt-sleeves are folded.

    The major advantages of this packaging are: Around 26% of paper is saved per wrap and the waste generated is in one piece.

    We also suggest a non-composite paper, which can also have a glossy finish by the inexpensive method of clay-coating.

  • Creative Agency: PUROSANGUE design
    Designer: Michele Cirasole
    Client: Le Bontà del Casale
    Type Of Work: Commercial work
    Location: Italy

    A new visual identity that aims to strengthen the brand of a company in business for over 30 years. Restyling aims to consolidate his excellency and long experience. Intervention of the evolution of the brand and its products.