• Agency: Creative Platform
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Coca-Cola Amatil
    Location: Sydney, Australia
    Packaging Contents: Spring Water

    ‘Mount Franklin’ Pure Australian Spring Water has refreshed it’s brand identity and redesigned their bottle for the first time in many years.

    The new bottle was designed by Creative Platform and the Mount Franklin brand team and features modern, pure clean lines and a unique shape, building on ‘Mount Franklin’s’ heritage. It also fits nicely in your hand and feels clean and smooth, to help further enhance the brand’s premium positioning with consumers.

    At the same time, the bottled water brand is revealing a fresh and modern visual identity across the entire Still range.

    "We needed to rethink and simplify the brand equities to re-establish our premium positioning. Updating the brand mark with a modernised logotype and fresh water-source device gives us a consistent message of the 'purity of Australian spring water’. The water colour theme uses shapes and colours to represent the Australian landscapes of Mount Franklin.” said Arnie Grainger, Creative Director at Creative Platform.

    “’Mount Franklin’ is a loved and trusted Australian brand and has been keeping Australians hydrated and refreshed for over 20 years. We’re excited to deliver a premium offering to consumers every day.” Victoria Fraser, Group Marketing Manager, CCA Brands.

  • Agency: Chapter
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Location: Monterrey, Mexico
    Packaging Contents: Malt Coffee
    Packaging Materials: Plastic, Paper, Glass
    Photography: Juma Herrera for Nation Visuals

    Bueno de Alegoría is a malt coffee brand based in Monterrey, Mexico. Artisanal and mysterious vibes surround the brand to highlight its main difference from regular coffee, as they are the first of their kind in the country. Since the whole product line is just being introduced into the market, the use of various materials but consistent shapes was the main resource in developing the brand’s graphics. A combination of traditional lettering methods and contemporary typography gives contrast to the identity.

    What's Unique?
    Packaging for Bueno de Alegoria differs from common coffee packaging because it uses materials as a variable. Every roasting type can be identified not only by a number or a label color (which is what most products do), but also by packaging material. The shape is consistent, but a different texture and color (from transparent plastic to paper to black plastic) is used for each roast. Plus, a special cold brew, ready-to-drink malt coffee is also available in a screen printed glass bottle, to maintain the artisanal aesthetics of the brand.

  • Agency: Alex Kronenberg
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Shenkar College
    Course: Package Design
    Tutor: Rachel Dahan
    Location: Tel aviv, Israel
    Packaging Contents: Chocolate
    Packaging Materials: Glass, fabric, metal, paint

    Trying to capture the Vodun culture essence, I chose using glass, potion vessel inspired, as the base. then I sew dyed fabric, like you would do to create a voodoo doll, to wrap around it. the metal skewers are for holding the fabric closed enough to protect the hand made skulls chocolates.

    What's Unique?
    Everything in this package is custom and hand made in order to portray the disturbing beauty in mixing these materials together, that is also meaningful and functional.

  • Agency: Puigdemont Roca
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: PH Formula
    Location: Barcelona, Spain
    Packaging Contents: Body Care

    We are entrusted the packaging of a range of advanced cosmetic creams.

    We create a graphic image with a very large and shocking lettering to make clear the difference among every product. We suggest the creation of a high quality wrapped box, with an upper opening which leaves the product displayed as a totem once it has been opened.

    We think of cutting the large letter of every packaging into halves so that both sides of the pack coincide and create a mosaic when displayed beside one another.

    The final result is a range of 3 products, which surprise people not only in the packaging but also in the capsule flask, helping the client to boost the sales of the product.

  • Designers: Marta Suslow, Mara Holterdorf
    Developed with: Weidenhammer Packaging Group
    Project Type: Commercial Work
    Location: Berlin, Germany
    Packaging Contents: Butter
    Packaging Materials: Plastic

    The packaging project “Butter Plus“© has been developed in cooperation with the Weidenhammer Packaging Group, Europe’s leading supplier of packages and the DVI - the German Institute of Packaging and the University of Applied Sciences Berlin. The idea was to create a new handy butter packaging. The packaging is based on the IMA - In mould assembling technology and has been tested in a thermoforming process. Next to the packaging the Corporate Design of the wrapping has been developted. Currently Weidenhammer is preparing the packaging for a large-scale production after patenting the new concept.

    What's Unique?
    The functionality and unique shape: by using two injection molded pieces you can easily open, reopen, swing around, and close the butter.

  • Agency: SilkEight
    Project Type: Self Promotion
    Location: Romania
    Packaging Contents: Book
    Packaging Materials: Paper, Black Matte Envelope

    A collection of fifty logotypes and marks we've created over the last years. The majority of the logos were made for clients and some for friends. Regardless of their purpose, all of them were designed to best suit the needs of the clients and their businesses. We strongly believe that a good logo should be distinctive, beautiful, practical and simple. This is why the book is entirely made in black, white and silver.

  • Agency: Akim Melnik Design Studio
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Wild Duck Co Ltd
    Location: Minsk, Belarus
    Packaging Contents: Vodka
    Packaging Materials: Glass

    Get to Know the Magic of Silver Skull!

    The Ancients knew that everything is in the power of the Man. And an inexhaustible source of this power is contained in his consciousness. It takes only to find a way to control it! Maya priests carefully preserved a sacred relic, a key to gates of the Unknown – 13 crystal skulls which had an inexplicable hypnotic impact on people. According to the legend, they were created on the Venus thousands of years ago, when there were still 12 planets in the Solar System, and Maya received them from the last representatives of the lost civilization of Atlantis. The skulls were endowed with a transcendental capacity to carry its owners from one point of time to another. Thus the Maya wise men were able to foresee many events of distant future.

    For a long time scientists did not believe in the legend of precious skulls – until the latter were presented to the world by archeologists. Then even the most hardened skeptics started talking about extraterrestrial origin of wonderful findings, as making of such elaborate things could not be within reach of even the most skilled goldsmiths of that time, while structure of the skulls runs counter to the laws of physics!

    Today 13 Maya skulls are waiting for their hour in museum rooms and private collections. But it turned out that there exists another one which is made of pure silver. Only it can call to life the remaining ones and give them back their former power! Nobody knows where to look for it, though vague hints indicate to... historic Slavonic lands.

    Maybe it is we who are now destined to decipher mysteries of the past and take advantage of their great Power? The magic is waiting for the chosen! - Wild Duck Co Ltd

  • Agency: Redfish Adv
    Designer: Giovanni Murgia
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Tenute Gregu
    Location: Olbia, Sassari, Italy
    Packaging Contents: Wine
    Packaging Materials: Paper

    Tenute Gregu is a new winery located in Sardinia (Italy) that has created his first Vermentino di Gallura DOCG in two types: Selenu and Rias. Two bottles twin with a coordinated design of labels.

    What's Unique?
    The design of each label was born from the meaning of the name of the wine. Selenu is the dew that bathes the grapes before being collected, Rias are special sea coasts of north-eastern Sardinia. These features have been brought in the form of graphic labels in Selenu and a particular shape in the Rias.

  • Agency: Mister Onüff
    Designer: Jose Parra
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Jasmin Forrester
    Location: Denmark
    Packaging Contents: Chocolate
    Packaging Materials: Printed cardboard

    Jasmin Forrester is a brand new artisan chocolate. Retains an old recipe handed down from father to son since 1842. It retains all the flavor and aroma of traditional chocolate, using the best organic cocoa in the world. Respect for producers, fair trade and the production of a quality product for their customers, are its main values.

  • Agency: Freytag Anderson
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Eden Brewery St. Andrews
    Packaging Content: Beer
    Location: UK

    We were engaged by Eden to develop an edgy 'anti-establishment' concept, label design and copywriting for their limited edition 330ml beer brewed in response to global beer brands dominating major sporting events such as the World Cup in Brazil (Budweiser) and this summers Commonwealth Games in Glasgow (Heinneken). The project included; copywriting, 330ml label design, cask clip and a variety of promotional applications.

  • Designer: Eugene Kim
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Pratt Institute
    Location: USA

    A premium coffee company branding and modular coffee bean packaging system for coffee enthusiast.

  • Agency: The Bold Studio
    Project Team: Vladimir Zotov Dmitry Rastvortsev Philip Gorbachev, Alan Temiraev
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Location: Russia

    Corporate identity and logo for the company Essence. The company manufactures cosmetics and perfumes in the UK.

  • Agency: Gravity
    Designer: Deniz Eyuboglu
    Project Type: Self Promotion
    Location: New York, USA
    Packaging Contents: Candy boxes

    Instead of sending greeting cards, to our costumers at Christmas time. We design box of treats which represent diversity of our agency. Being a multicultural advertising agency can allow you to learn many inspiring cultural differentiation.

    We choose the specific candies that important/famous from the each culture we have in the company.

    What's Unique?
    Its colorful, its fun, and its giving little stories about individual candy. And most of all we have the sharing piece of world experience with our clients.

  • Agency: Stucco + Em Studio
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Homework
    Location: Indonesia
    Packaging Contents: Stationery, Homewares
    Packaging Materials: Corrugated Cardboard

    Homework is run by four interior designer friends who moonlight as hardworking cooler elves, eager to spread joyful magic in your home and work space with modern zakka style.

    Homework was founded on a over of quirky high quality designs. It’s set up for the purpose of meeting growing needs of increasingly sophisticated customers who appreciate exceptional affordable pieces to grace their homes (that’s you!)

    Zakka style are often use a natural color palette, earth tones, brown, white, beige, gray, green, etc. The term refers to everything and anything that improves your home, life and appearance. Simple color pallet that will apply in the branding concept.

    What's Unique?
    Embossing, Bronze color foil

  • Designer: Olivia Orr
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Front Range Community College
    Course: Point of Purchase Package Design
    Tutor: Mike Ruberto
    Location: Denver, Colorado USA
    Packaging Contents: Tea
    Packaging Materials: Cardstock Paper, Tissue Paper, Transparent Paper, Ribbon, Plastic Box

    Splash is an innovative new brand of tea products that takes a modern twist on this classic beverage. Splash products come in fresh and inventive flavors, and contain natural pigments that create the signature “splash” of color in every cup. The packaging is very bright and playful to portray the fun color qualities of the tea. Yet it is also very clean and professional to create a high-end brand for the tea line. One of the most prominent features of this packaging line is the revolutionary tea bag design. Not only is each tea bag hexagon shaped, it also contains the signature "S" from the logo which hooks on to the edge of a tea glass and holds the tea bag in place.

    What's Unique?
    Splash tea stands out against the rest because of the eye-catching colors, translucent cut outs, and tea bag design.

  • Designers: Yang Guo, Qiaoge Yang & Wenju Wu
    Project Type: Student Project
    Course: Product Design
    School: Jiangnan University
    Location: Wuxi, China

    It’s usually difficult to control the amount of washing powder that comes out of the container when you’re ready to wash your clothes, so it’s handy to use a scoop. But, sometimes you just don’t have one. This washing powder bag can solve the problem: when you tear the bag along the dotted line, the torn part can be easily used as a scoop.

  • Designer: Andrea Mangone
    Project: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Bantum
    Packaging Content: Home gardening kit
    Location: Italy

    By 2050, 6 billion people worldwide will be living in urbanised areas.

    Urbanoasis wants to reconnect people with nature in the urban environment by making growing vegetables on your balcony a fun, educative and engaging experience.

    The package includes a pot, dried soil+fertiliser, gardening tools, seeds and a watering can. The pot, with its modern and minimal look, was designed to fit perfectly both on a balcony or indoor.

  • Designer: Sawsan Al Qasimi
    Project Type: Concept
    Location: United Arab Emirates
    Packaging Contents: Coffee
    Packaging Materials: Paper

    Package redesign of a speciality coffee company based in Dubai, that provides freshly roasted single origin beans, and hand picked blends.

    Raw Coffee Company was established in 2007 to fill a market gap for freshly roasted specialty coffee. Their beans are all organically certified, roasted by origin, and available to sample from their warehouse roastery as either single origins, or blends.

    What's Unique?
    The packaging takes on a more modern, distinctive, and minimalistic approach, that would stand out on the shelf.
    The color patterns represent the different coffee origins and blends.