• Agency: French Toast
    Type of work: Concept (design case study)
    Country: Liege, Belgium

    Schweppes celebrates their 230 years. We designed three bottles & cans, as limited edition.

    This is a design case study and in no way intented to harm any rights nor officially related to this or any other brand.

  • Designer: Judit Besze
    Type of work: Concept
    Location: Budapest, Hungary

    Musso's pantry is a fictive brand.Is a personal project.I wanted to designed a colorful,and art inspired package,what is spectacular and contemporary.

  • Agency: Centralpack
    Designer: Hugo Zapata
    Client: Chinchilla wines, Ronda
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work
    Country: Spain
    Photos: Central Lab

    Encaste personifies a wine from a city and a land whose traditions lie deep in the ambiance of classical Rome. The sunlight, the climate, the culture, and above all, the ancient art of the bull; all ensure that the Cabernet Sauvignon vine, from which issues this wine, represents the character and the profundity of this ancient land, where the bull´s head blazes from the bridge over Ronda´s great gorge. Its twelve months of pampered rest in barrels of French oak produces a wine of great beauty to the eye, profound balsamic aromas, a mellow hint of wood and a flavour that is both deep and serious.

  • Agency: Alexandrov Design House
    Client: MICO-ALCO Ltd.
    Type of Work: Commercial work
    Country: Russia

    Branding agency Alexandrov Design House was commissioned to design complex redesign of the bottle and label for vodka brand «Rodnik».

    In the sketches we unleash our creativity by positioning the brand «Rodnik» - a source of natural beauty and purity.

    The work was the creation of an integrated bottle design and label for four SKU.

  • Agency: CARTILS
    Type of work: Commercial work
    Country: The Netherlands

    The new Monte Scroppino designed by CARTILS

    Monte Scroppino Originale is a Dutch beverage brand that is making the refreshing Italian scroppino cocktail consisting of sparkling wine, vodka and lemon ice. Since 2012 Monte Scroppino Originale is available in the on-trade sector in the Netherlands, Canada, Singapore and South-Africa. Since 2013 there has been an interest for this cocktail from the off-trade markets as well. As a result, Monte Scroppino Originale decided to launch a pouch applicable for this market. CARTILS developed a pouch that is impactful and recognisable for the customers of Monte Scroppino Originale by living up to its promise.

    The new design of Monte Scroppino reflects the mysterious, sexy and premium image of the brand. The curvy shape and soft texture of the pouch refers to its cocktail nature. The white and silver colours create a refined refreshing image. Whereas the depiction of the white cocktail glass in the middle with the lemon slice indicate to the consumers the refreshing taste expectation, while the subtle Italian flag on the bottom of the pouch refers to the heritage of the brand.

    The introduction of the new packaging is expected to assist in boosting sales nationally and internationally. The points of sales of Monte Scroppino Originale should double this year. The focus of the brand has recently turned to big events such as the Toppers in Concert, Mercedes-Benz FashionWeek in Amsterdam, Open Air dance festival and many culinary events. As the founder of Monte Scroppino Originale, Michel van den Bergh said “We sell already several years in the on-trade sector in the Netherlands as at that time there where the best chances. Now we have created a stable and growing position in the market and now is the moment to make our next step in the event branch.”

    The newly developed pouch of Monte Scroppino Originale is available in the Dutch and US market as of late spring this year.

  • Designer: Joanna Koszyk
    Client: Sądecki Bartnik
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work
    Country: Poland

    A simple idea of packaging for local Honeydew Honey.

    The brief was to create label for a local honey from Beskid Sądecki mountains.

    The label was supposed to be regional, so that it contains regional signs characteristic for the region. It is a label inspired by "parzenica sądecka" - an extraordinary sign which is used in traditional dress in the region.

    Honeydew Honey is very characteristic for Poland and especially for region of Beskid Sądecki.

  • Engineering and Manufacturing: Uneka Concepts
    Graphic and packaging design: Character SF
    Client: Adobe
    Type of Work: Commercial work
    Country: USA

    San Francisco based agency Character partnered with Uneka to execute the engineering and manufacturing portion of the packaging design. The simple elegance of a hinged box with precise layering of components and materials subtly reinforces the technology within. The box is made with Neenah premium uncoated papers. Custom dyed Molded Bagasse pulp cradles and protects the devices, revealing the unique form of the Ink and Slide. The simplicity and beauty of the package design is counter balanced by the execution of form and detail.

  • Agency: Geometry Global Frankfurt
    Creative Director: Felix Dürichen
    Type of work: Commercial work
    Country: Frankfurt am Main, Germany

    The Leica X2 Edition "Fedrigoni" has been produced as a limited series of 25 cameras. It is the first Leica camera clad in a "paper skin" and wrapped in 15 quality designer papers.

    The shimmering, pearlescent Fedrigoni paper "Constellation Jade" replaces the traditional leather trim of the camera and becomes a part of the product. This means the paper had to satisfy the incredibly high quality demands that Leica Camera places on its materials: In a 16-stage test process, "Constellation Jade" successfully withstood a barrage of tests, including rapid and slow temperature changes from −40 to +70 °C, exposure to acetone and 400 wear intervals. The paper achieved outstanding test results for wear and acetone resistance, and is every bit equal in this respect to even the best leather varieties: "The FEDRIGONI paper we used is tailor made for the camera and not only satisfies our high aesthetic demands, but also our uncompromising demands on quality," says Björn Dietzler, Product Manager for Leica Manufacturing, Leica Camera AG. The elaborately produced and refined packaging is reminiscent of a paper sample book, making unpacking the camera a unique brand experience. The standards and pioneering spirit of Fedrigoni's 125-year history of typography and graphic design are brought to life on 16 layers of finest paper. Strict attention is paid to sustainability: Exclusively paper is used – no plastic film is used at all, even for the accessories.

    Tailored papers for highest demands:
    The most luxurious brands in the world package their products in the finest papers of Fedrigoni. And for good reason: Not only does Fedrigoni offer an extremely diverse range of over 3,000 qualities. More than half of all orders for packaging papers are also individually developed and produced strictly to customer specifications. "With THE PAPER SKIN, we wish to inspire exceptional creativity in our customers, packaging designers and manufacturers, as well as luxury brands. We love every new discussion about tailored papers. As an industrial enterprise, we offer our customers great technological expertise, extensive options for individualization and exceptional flexibility," Marcus Lange, Director of Fedrigoni Deutschland GmbH, expresses.

    Packaging enhances the brand experience:
    The result is an extraordinary packaging concept for the Leica X2 special edition "The Paper Skin" that satisfies the high demands on quality and product protection in its technical design and highest quality craftsmanship.

  • Agency: Isbert Design
    Designer: Pablo Calzado
    Client: Marevendis Agua de Mar Mediterranea
    Country: Spain
    Awards: Laus Award 2014 Bronze - Packaging
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work

    There’s nothing like a good beer near the sea. “Er Boqueron” concentrates this experience merging the sea with beer. This fusion its captured in a design that perceives the sea essence of the product and transmits the freshness, flavor and context that make it unique.

    Branding, basic stationary and label application of the first beer with sea water.

  • Agency: 121
    Creative Director: Carlos Rubio
    Art Director: Christopher Aguayo
    Designer: Janeth Andrade
    Location: Annapolis, MD/USA
    Type of work: Commercial Work

    Örganic Terre is a Mexican Company dedicated to the organic products development, they launched an agave honey, a beverages and food sweetener that has many health benefits. Currently the main obstacle Örganic Terre is facing is the fact that most consumers relate Agave to the main ingredient of Tequila.

    121’s challenge was to develop a very practical and attractive packaging design that communicates at first glance that the content is “Honey” and not “Agave Inulin”, its technical name. The solution was clear and we opted for a design that represents the color, textures and density of the honey through a harmonic composition of thick drops that glide through the label, simple and direct!
    Besides this design success on the shelves it also won the Bronze Award in the packaging category in the last round of the Summit Creative Awards.

  • Designer: Rong Yan
    School: Pratt Institute
    Professor: Kevin Gatta
    Country: United States
    Type Of Work: Student Project

    [ væn'ləwɪn ] ice cream is a New York based artisan ice cream shop which recently expands its business to pastries and coffee.

    The name originates from a Dutch word. For the sake of easy pronunciation, I use the sound mark instead of the Dutch spelling as its logo. The main idea is to convey the artisan feeling using the graphics hand sketch and vintage newspaper.

  • Agency: Anthem Worldwide
    Creative Team: Mikey Hart, Steve Rischmiller, Nick Bragg, Nicola Le Vavasseure and Helen Webster
    Country: Sydney, Australia

    Traditional recipes from all over the world, made in Australia with the finest ingredients to bring your quality, great tasting breads.

  • Agency: Spur and Boot
    Illustration: oscar llorens
    Country: Madrid, Spain

    Oscar llorens: I made those can´s design of the beer company NorthAm Beverages, in collaboration with the agency Spur and Boot. The illustrations were based on the different names of each beer: Artisan IPA, Sun Chaser, Deep 6 Lager, Reef Break, Twisted Trail and Wild Wood.

    This project was commisioned by Colagene.

  • Agency: BrandMe
    Designer: Adam Wilford
    Client: Heineken UK
    Country: United Kingdom
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work

    Limited Edition Anniversary packaging for Kronenbourg 1664 created by BrandMe

    BrandMe were commissioned by brand owner Heineken to create a celebratory packaging range to mark the 350th anniversary of Kronenbourg breweries.

    The brief was to create a striking packaging look that clearly endorsed Kronenbourg’s Alsace origins and heritage, whilst celebrating the unique quality of the hops that give the beer its singular flavour. The focal point of this design is an illustrated ‘explosion of hops’ emanating from the brand mark. This represents the qualities of French baroque style plus the celebratory feel of a bursting firework.

    This anniversary design has allowed BrandMe to hero the passion, pride and history of the brand whilst still maintaining the key brand equities from the core Kronenbourg design.

  • Agency: Civa Studios
    Designer: Civa Studios
    Client: Naturalite Sugar
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work
    Country: India

    Naturalite Sugar is pure, hygienic and meets International standards. From the morning cuppa, the favourite cake to the special recipes, Naturalite makes it better. Naturalite Sugar is a start-up enterprise which is looking to establish its presences in Indian market with small and medium size sugar crystal's packed in 1kg and 500gms quantity.

  • Designer: Mizanur Rahman
    Client: Xura
    Country: USA and UK

    The challenge was to design a premier luxury brand that oozes sophistication, modern and sharp, while also establishing a timeless look that will be recognised on the shelf. The client wanted a design that was especially striking and edgy. To look at what makes a timeless brand; to create Xura a symbol that is effective, striking and timeless. The bottle design most importantly must stand out from the crowd when there are so many products on the shelf already. The result is a brand that is sharp and minimalist, a look that disposes the excess science and cosmetic jargon and presents only what the customer wants to see. Xura will be launching late 2014 in the US and UK.