• Designer: Stefano Bracci
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Tenuta I Fauri
    Location: Chieti, Italy
    Packaging Contents: Wine
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
    Printing Process: Typography printing

    Restyling label of Montepulciano d'Abruzzo DOC Rosso of Fauri.

    The vineyard takes its name from St. Cecilia, Protectress of the music. The family Tenuta I Fauri pursued for a lifetime two passions: wine and the piano.


  • Creative Agency: BASIC
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Location: San Diego, CA - USA
    Packaging Contents: Hand-Poured Soy Candles, Hot Chocolate Container, Two-Piece custom Candle Container, Letterpressed Holiday Card
    Printing Process: Ebony Card with Black Gloss Foil, Duplexed with handwritten script and personal greeting on the back, Glass Printed Candle with letterpressed box

    Every holiday season, our team comes together to create a custom handcrafted gift to honor our friends and partners who continue to inspire us and drive us forward into the new year. This year, we created a series of hand-poured candles and a gourmet blend of hot cocoa to bring in the New Year.

    Our candles were hand-poured, in-house, using an all natural black soy wax infused with a blend of cedarwood, patchouli, black pepper, and pimento berry essential oils. We poured each candle inside a frosted glass with a custom matte black foil print. Then placed each candle inside a telescoping two-piece box, wrapped in a classic black linen with white foil print.

    Our gourmet hot cocoa blend, was packaged inside of a custom matte black tin with white foil print, alongside a custom BASIC mug, and a nib of Godiva Liquor, to keep cozy through the holiday season.

    Each care package contained a black-on-black holiday card with a black gloss foil, duplexed with handwritten script on the front and a personalized greeting on the back.



  • Creative Agency: Load Comunicación
    G Gourmet Label Creative Director: Alberto Jaspe
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: G Gourmet
    Location: Salamanca, Spain
    Packaging Contents: Iberian Ham Products
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Plastic - Polypropylene

    Labels created for the brand G Gourmet, plastic material 200 g. gloss and matte print.

    What's Unique?
    The label has been created to be placed on the product without any type of adhesive. We have tried to simulate the labels of hotels "Do not disturb"



  • Designer: Muamer Prosic
    Project Type: Concept
    Location: Bosnia & Herzegovina
    Packaging Contents: Dates drink with milk
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glossy Plastic
    Printing Process: Flexography

    Concept design of Arabica coffee packaging. With this being such a unique and exclusive product, it was necessary for the design to exude such a tone. Ideal for supliments based on 100% natural ingredients.



  • Designer: Mattias Lundin
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Packaging Content: Beer
    Location: Gothenburg, Sweden

    Playful branding and packaging for a Swedish craft beer company based in Stockholm. Now available at Systembolaget.


  • Creative Agency: SGK
    Creative Director Spencer Ball
    Strategy Phil Hwang, Ben Chong
    Designers Tay Chin Thiam, Edam Ho, Steven Soh
    Client Management Anne Kernahan
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: USG Boral
    Location: Singapore
    Packaging Contents: Building products and construction materials

    The formation of USG Boral brought together an enormous portfolio of products for the construction industry, both commercial and consumer.

    This called for a global pack design with the flexibility to work across a vast array of products and multiple languages.

    Our approach was based on the concept of ‘smart pragmatism’. The design was kept as simple as possible, to ensure every product is clearly identifiable by colour and name alone. Often in environments such as poorly lit warehouses and hardware stores. We developed the system in Korean, Mandarin and English typography to ensure product names would work in any language. A vivid palette of colours was created to bring vibrancy to a traditionally industrial category.



  • Creative Agency: Brandsummit
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Vinos de Terruños
    Location: Spain
    Packaging Contents: Wine
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
    Printing Process: Digital and blind embossing

    Simplicity and meaning define the image of Pago Cativo, a Spanish wine with two presentations: White O Forte and Red O Cotiño. Its iconic design plays with the product's name. "Cativo" means "small" in Galician, which is the region of the wine, but also "captive", so that's why one of the most emblematic elements of the prison was taken as the central image of this wine. Finally, the design was stamped on white and orange labels to differentiate each type of wine and highlight the glass' color of each bottle. The paper used was Cotone Bianco Ultra WS de Manter.



  • Creative Agency: Anthem Singapore
    Creative Director: Spencer Ball
    Designer: Steven Soh
    Client Management: Anne Kernahan, Mia Susanto, Edmund Chia
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: PT Orang Tua, Indonesia
    Location: Indonesia
    Packaging Contents: Mineral Water
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Plastic

    For its first venture into a highly competitive category, Orang Tua requested Anthem to create a new brand and packaging for premium mineral water.

    In a heavily commoditised and competitive market, visual differentiation is essential. Using the source of water as inspiration, Anthem created a visual story for both the label and the bottle structure. The rugged peaks and cool waters of Central Indonesia were illustrated to reflect pristine water, punctuated with a signature butterfly, symbolising the life-giving properties of nature.

    The structure, designed in harmony with the label, echoes the water's mirror image as a canvas on which the story unfolds.



  • Designer: Camille Chassagne & Léa Marque
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: ECV
    Location: France
    Packaging Contents: Luxury honey
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Cardboard & bottle
    Printing Process: Foil stamping

    Honey is present in each religion, each country, it is universal since antiquity and it has many symbolic. There is the symbolic of the sun, described by this quote :

    «Symbole solaire par excellence, comme quintessence végétale de la lumière exaltée dans les fleurs».

    Honey has many reflects, it’s a precious essence, like a unique jewel or a gemstone. Honey becomes a product of an inestimable quality thanks to every species that compose the production chain (vegetable, animal and human) and mostly thanks to the achievement of the bees. So our concept is all about unique jewel, light, reflects etc.. Our brand philosophy is « Each country owns an inestimable honey, his own jewel »

    About the name, we choose « quintessence ». Quintessence means « the essence of a thing in its purest and most concentrated form ». This name matches our concept perfectly. It’s also « In ancient and medieval philosophy, the fifth and highest essence after the four elements of earth, air, fire, and water, though to be the substance of the heavenly bodies and latent in all things.

    Our packaging is an interlocking of the three parts of the key system to the production of honey and its balance. These three parts (so these two parts and the bottle) represent the vegetal, the animal and the human. Interlocking echoes to the structure of the honey bees' hive. These tree elements, parts cannot work independently to create honey. So as we just told you, the square is an important element. We make our packaging around the bottle to have like a window, to see the light through the jar of honey. First the customer, take the principal pack of his holster. Then he opens the packaging like a revisited jewelry box and discovered the honey bottle. We wanted a packaging with a touch of wonder. For the cap, it’s allude to the hive but in more abstract way.



  • Creative Agency: The Creative Pack
    Creative Director: Danielle Beal
    Designers: Heather Storie, Paola Ip, Corey Czer, Emma Tung, Mark Whyte
    Project Manager: Fern Serna
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Fresh Thyme
    Location: United States
    Packaging Contents: Spices
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass
    Printing Process: Web to Print

    Fresh Thyme is a Midwest grocery food retailer that launched its private label in 2015 with now over 900 SKUs with new innovative products rolling out in stores each month. Fresh Thyme products have become the #1 brand in its stores proving the authenticity and quality of Fresh Thyme as a brand as well as its impactful unique farm inspired design. As part of their private label, Fresh Thyme asked us to design its organic premium spice range.



  • Creative Agency: Biles Hendry
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Packaging Contents: Wine
    Location: UK

    Changing the view. Boutinot wine Montevista receives an original new look courtesy of Biles Hendry.

    Leading UK wine maker and importer Boutinot asked Biles Hendry to rebrand their Montevista range, a selection of Chilean wines comprising a Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Rosé Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and a Carmenère.

    The name literally means ‘mountain view’ and the brief was to reinvigorate the range, adding personality and capturing the spirit of Chile.

    Anthony Biles, Principal and Creative Director commented: ‘Clichés can create very engaging communication, provided you reinvest in them and make them your own. We didn’t want to avoid the obvious here; the name created an expectation to see a mountain, however we created a twist. In Chile, we concluded that the best view of the Andes is reserved for the majestic condor and for the condor alone. Our label design endeavours to capture this.’
    At first glance the name Montevista leads you to seeing a mist covered mountain. As the bottle rotates and more or the background is revealed on the integrated back label, the condor appears and the mountain becomes a detail of the condor’s outstretched wing. The design is a trompe l’oeil: at once the dramatic view of a mountain as seen by a condor, and the condor itself.


    The new labels appeared on the Montevista wines in December and are available throughout the UK in wine specialists, restaurants and through online stores, retailing at around £7.


  • Creative Agency: SOERENTIBOR Gbr
    Project Type: Concept
    Location: Hamburg, Germany
    Packaging Contents: Perfume
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper, Glas, Aluminium

    This concept is for those who love traveling. Each fragrance is dedicated to a particular city.

    The flacon is inspired by a typical flask or travel bottle.



  • Creative Agency: B&B studio
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Packaging Content: Bath and body
    Location: UK

    B&B studio creates green packaging for Soaper Duper which launched exclusively in Liberty
    Soaper Duper, a new clean and green bath and body range founded by Marcia Kilgore – the entrepreneur behind Bliss Spa, Fit Flop and Soap & Glory – has launched in Liberty with environmentally friendly packaging by B&B studio.

    The range uses the best naturally derived ingredients and is free from parabens, sulphates, phthalates, mineral oil and colourants, amongst others, as well as avoiding any ingredients that can cause ocean contamination. In a category more usually associated with style over substance, the Soaper Duper brand, product and packaging takes a unique approach, finding beauty within its commitment to naturalness, goodness and doing good.

    Going green
    A key requirement from the outset was to make the packaging as environmentally friendly as possible, so that it would live up to the brand positioning and design. B&B embraced this challenge and collaborated with the client and suppliers to develop packaging using high levels of recycled plastics, rather than virgin materials.

    During the design process, a number of bottle colours were explored, but apple green, which had been used from the beginning, won through. The green reflects the products’ natural credentials and provides an ideal canvas for the vibrant graphics to communicate to the consumer. The Soaper Duper green is a bespoke colour and B&B worked with the suppliers to align the colour when printed across various print processes with the green of the physical packaging.

    Good for the environment
    The green HDPE bottles are made from 100 per cent post-consumer recycled plastic (PCR). Most of this material is made up from recycled milk bottles and recycled green bottle tops, which give the plastic a green tint.

    Tubes have a maximum of 55 per cent recycled plastic content because any higher and the tube starts to crinkle and is harder to squeeze. Whilst the jars are currently virgin PP, they are currently all on test in PIR with the intention of phasing in PIR as soon as possible.

    Graham Hawkins, Production Director, B&B studio, says: “This approach to packaging design leads to fewer plastics being sent to landfill, helps to support the recycling infrastructure and uses less energy, producing a lower carbon footprint than using virgin plastics. “As Soaper Duper is a natural and ethical brand, the packaging needed to reflect this. It leads the way with the growing trend in personal care for natural brands to reduce their impact on the environment and for ethical brands which enable consumers to give a little back by buying into them.”

    The Soaper Duper range starts at £6.00 rrp. The brand supports Water Aid and Clean the World to bring soap and water to communities that need it.







  • Designer: Kelsey Layne
    Project Type: Concept
    Location: London
    Packaging Contents: Acai Bowl
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Plastic
    Printing Process: Digital printing

    Acai Pop was created for those, who like myself are always on the move whilst constantly striving to find the perfect work life balance without neglecting nutrition or health. With the Acai Pop tag line 'Add a pop of colour to brighten an early morning' in mind, the design reflects the vibrancy of each ingredient.

    The hand drawn logo uses elements from the illustration of the Acai berries to create its form, whilst also looking as though it will pop itself.



  • Creative Agency: scd
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Melatta
    Location: Bogotá / Colombia
    Packaging Contents: Jams
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass Jars
    Printing Process: Labels in Digital Printing

    Melatta is a small company in Bogotá. They produce delicious jams with new and exotic flavors. They wanted to show the content of the jar and to have a clean and joyful design.




  • Designer: Muamer Prosic
    Project Type: Concept
    Location: Bosnia & Herzegovina
    Packaging Contents: Coffee
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glossy Plastic
    Printing Process: Flexography

    Concept design of Arabica coffee packaging. With this being such a unique and exclusive product, it was necessary for the design to exude such a tone.


  • Designers: Karen Cedeño & Edwin Bowen
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral (ESPOL)
    Course: Final Degree Project
    Tutor: Jefferson Romero M.A.
    Location: Guayaquil, Ecuador
    Packaging Contents: Playing Cards + Accessories
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper, Wood
    Printing Process: Digital Print, Laser Cutting

    “Cuarenta, more Ecuadorian than ever”
    TAITA 40 is a set of playing cards and accessories for the traditional Ecuadorian game “Cuarenta”, inspired by the iconography and characters of the Huancavilca and Inca cultures, the last ancestral villages belonging to the coast and high land mountain regions of Ecuador during the time of Spanish conquest.

    The color palette and packaging designs of the “Cacique” and “Inca” lines give the product a classic and traditional image. The wooden packaging preserves adequately the playing cards and its accessories, while the flexible lid allows to manipulate the items without any difficulty. The laser cutting technique in the wood besides the flexibility of the material, leaves an odor trace in the packaging, turning it into a characteristic element of the product.

    As a final result we obtain an object that carries culture and traditions that pays tribute to the elements that have formed the identity of our country.



  • Creative Agency: Creas Creative
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Necla İlaç
    Location: izmir, Turkey
    Packaging Contents: Herbal tea
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
    Printing Process: Offset printing

    Necla İlac is a new company in Turkey. It's brand is Süs. Necla İlac produces herbal tea. We aim that the design is strong and pure. Therefore, we use black background in design. We use metallic gray for some fonts. After all, our customer is very satisfied.


  • Creative Agency: Friends Creative Shop
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Nuts 'n Nuts
    Location: Athens, Greece
    Packaging Contents: Nuts
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Plastic

    The pouches are designed to highlight the authenticity and high quality from the cultivation to the final product


  • Art Director: Alice Pesenti
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Location: Spain

    El Cantizal is a Spanish premium olive oil. It's centennial olive trees are located in the heart of Andalusia, based in a unique microclimate which allows the company to obtain exclusive olive oils of extraordinary quality.

    The objective was to create an image that could express the warm and powerful energy of Andalucía, and also to create a unique brand that stands out from its competitors.



  • Creative Agency: One & One Design
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Packaging Content: Red packet, money
    Location: China

    "Red Packet from Home" is a large-scale theme creative activity organized by Art Cool Special Planning Group. Thirty-four designers were invited to carry out design and creation around the country's 34 provinces and cities.

    Invited by the cool arts, in late 2016 for the home of Jilin, a red envelope design called "The Lucky Packet From Hometown" was created.

    On winter mornings, we will often see this unique natural landscape, and especially in Jilin Rime most charm, magnificent picturesque. In this red packet, the same beautiful landscape is recreated using special printing effects.




  • Design Agency Salad Creative
    Designer: Perry Rowe
    Project Type: Concept
    Location: Bournemouth
    Packaging Contents: Confectionery/Chocolate

    Based in Dorset, The Dorset Chocolate Company are dedicated to making delicious handmade chocolate. To reach to a wider audience, I was asked to reinvent their identity. Whilst Dorset is commonly known for its historical context, I wanted to avoid the heritage cliché. Looking into the famous landscapes, my inspiration was drawn to the underlying rock formation that create these magnificent sceneries. Watercolour was used to add artistic value to the brand and attract the right target audience.



  • Creative Agency: Bzoing Design & Créativité
    Creative Director: Jean-Philippe Berthiaume
    Artistic Director & Designer: Victoria Di Valerio
    Photographer: Véronique Duplain
    Printer Impression Québec
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Domaine des 15 lots
    Location: Montréal, Canada
    Packaging Contents: Maple Syrup
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
    Printing Process: Offset

    This packaging was created for Domaine des 15 lots, a Quebec based artisanal maple syrup brand. They approached us to conceive the packaging for their new collection of three different maple syrups: amber, light and medium .

    In their brief, the client challenged us to bundle the three 250ml bottles without using any type of glue. In order to respect their request we created a custom die-line which when assembled holds together the three bottles while creating a handle for convenient transportation. The design also incorporates delicate die-cut maple trees with a spile and bucket referencing where and how the syrup is collected.



  • Creative Agency: Hired Guns Creative
    Printer: Westkey Graphics
    Photography: Sean Fenzl
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Driftwood Brewery
    Location: Canada
    Packaging Contents: Beer
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass / Vinyl
    Printing Process: Flexography

    For Venatrix Framboise, Driftwood Brewery’s new addition to their Bird of Prey series of sour beers, we decided to embody the cute-aggressive character of a raspberry in a quirky illustration of a screech owl, her expression equal parts menacing and irresistible. The light-blue of her narrowing eyes glare through finely-rendered red-orange feathers. We chose a name that means “huntress," and gave her a voice in the form of a playful poem, ripe with neologisms in little berry-bursts.

    Am the hunt. Under prickle-thickets, grasping raspberry bushels,
    peck-picking pucker-sweet fruitlets by the bush-full. Am hunting.
    Unripe, ripe, over. All a-screech with red words in the bird-light,
    red-light of me. Then thornless in the after-now of no-hunt, plump
    and plume, but am huntress, always-ever. Am Venatrix.