• Designer: Christiana Vakali
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Norwich University of the Arts
    Location: Manchester, UK
    Packaging Contents: Honey
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
    Printing Process: Digital Printing

    Re-designing a sustainable paper based structure to replace an existing packaging. For this Iggesund brief honey packaging was chosen to design a more eco and customer friendly packaging. After observing current honey packaging in the market it was essential to pin point the reasons why existing packaging are problematic.



  • Designer: MORVAI Péter
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Hungarian University of Fine Arts
    Course: Graphic design
    Tutor: Rozmann Ágnes
    Location: Budapest, Hungary
    Packaging Contents: Low sugar fruit jams
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: 250g Rives Tradition paper (box), 120g matte coated paper (label)
    Printing Process: Digital printing

    My goal was to create a packaging design for a fictive community in Bakonybél, that produces 3 kinds of natural, handmade, preservative free, low sugar fruit jams. Blackberry (Rubus fruticosus), Rose Hip (Rosa canina) and Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus).

    I wanted to make a design that represents well the community's know-how, this is why I made the drawings by hand and tried to create a simple, classical look of the labels. We also had to design a packaging – besides the front and the back labels –, so I decided to make a paper packaging with larger and colorised prints of the fruits to make it more interesting. The form of the paper package is simple and fold-able. Don't need to use glue to close it.



  • Creative Agency: Robot Food
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Good Grain
    Location: Leeds, UK
    Packaging Contents: Cereal
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Carton board
    Printing Process: Litho print

    Good Grain raises the breakfast bar with irresistible health credentials and a tasty new identity
    Good Grain and Robot Food have gone against the grain to create bright new branding that gives healthy breakfast cereals vibrant credibility, by the spoonful.

    Sales of breakfast cereals have been falling due to changing eating habits, a general lack of trust in some ‘health’ claims and the backlash against sugar content. Enter Good Grain. As one of the healthiest cereals you can buy, it’s the perfect saviour for the breakfast category.

    Recently purchased by specialist cereal manufacturer Brecks, it was time to inject the Good Grain identity with more life and purpose. Brecks asked Robot Food to undertake a full brand reposition. The team embarked on a study of consumer trends, followed by a collaborative brand workshop to establish Good Grain’s positioning, mission and values. After this came new product development workshops to develop a pipeline of launches for the brand. The original SKU of puffed wheat is now joined by new ‘Multi Grains’ and a ‘Plus Cherry’ for launch, with more exciting products to follow.



  • Creative Agency: Dow Design Ltd
    Creative Director Donna McCort
    Design Director Kirsty Harvey
    Design Team: Kirsty Harvey, Jeannie Burnside
    Typography "M" crafted: Luke Lucas
    Photography: Shaun Cato
    Food styling: Julie Le Clerc
    Account Director: Simon Wedde
    Account Manager: Mike Statham
    Production/Artwork/Retouching: Ben Dean, Carl Dixon, Jamie Pettigrew
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Van Dyck Fien Foods Ltd
    Location: New Zealand
    Packaging Contents: Baking - Pancakes, crepes, blinis
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Cardboard, plastic, paper
    Printing Process: Offset

    Who can’t be happy eating pancakes? That was our inspiration to flip Marcel’s from a small regional business that people weren’t noticing, to one on a mission to get more people into great pancakes. Because what’s not to love about a 15 year old family business based under the ice cream cone dome of Mt Taranaki, driven by Marcel, a very fussy engineer from Belgium, whose pancakes are so light and fluffy you can’t believe they weren’t made only a few moments ago. As we said, dripped, flipped and aerated to perfection. None in the bin like when you try to make them yourself. Oh la la, happy day!



  • Creative Agency: Fagerström | Studio
    Project Type: Self-promotion
    Location: Madrid, Spain
    Packaging Contents: Wine
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
    Printing Process: Digital printing

    Self-promotion project developed by Fagerström Studio. The wine was sent to clients, prospects and friends so that they knew the origins of the studio.



  • Creative Agency: Redkroft
    Photography: Maciej MIloch
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Google Campus Warsaw
    Location: Warsaw, Poland
    Packaging Contents: Old Style Vodka
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass, Paper, Sealing Wax
    Printing Process: Screen printing

    Packaging designed for Google Campus Warsaw. This is a unique gift handed by the Capus during special occasions. Silkscreen printed on high a quality paper in line with the brand's color palette. Put together by hand.

    The nature of this gift is tied to the history of Google Campus Warsaw. For decades, The Koneser building, in which Campus Warsaw is located, was the heart of a historic vodka factory. Now this space is filled with intoxicating passion of cee startups.


  • Designer: Carl-Hampus Vallin
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Academy of Art
    Course: Packaging Design 3
    Tutor: Christine George
    Location: San Francisco, USA
    Packaging Contents: Game Board
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper

    The election of 2016 was a complete circus put on display for the entire world. Donald Trump has taken the stage as President and is throwing minorities out of the big tent.
The ideas that this President stands for are an affront to basic morality and it’s important that we don’t keep our mouths shut. In every way, we should stand together and never
let this kind of power push us away from the tenets of human civility. I created a board game that allowed people to talk about this subject without losing their minds.

    In the game, Duck Trump, one team plays as Donald Trump, Ben Carson or Ted Cruz while the other team takes on the role of immigrants. The mission for the immigrants is to earn
as much money as possible by doing different jobs on the board. If they get in trouble, they lose all their money and are sent to prison.
The game isn’t over until one of the immigrants thinks he or she has the most money and
can flee the country or if the politicians win
because all the immigrants are in prison.



  • Designer: Scherry Hirschy
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Ball State University
    Course: Visual Communications 3
    Tutor: Shantanu Suman
    Location: Muncie, United States
    Packaging Contents: Sandwich, French Fries, and Soda
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
    Printing Process: Digital Printing

    Bummies: B and K Root Beer Stand is a restaurant in Bluffton, Indiana. I created a food truck wrap and the packaging for this restaurant. Bummies is very welcoming, but the identity was a little outdated.

    I wanted the identity to be fun, so I came up with a logomark of a hamburger on wheels. I created icons that matched the hamburger logomark and made red and yellow splotches as a pattern and background design element that is reminiscent of ketchup and mustard. This is used on the to-go container and soft drink cup to frame the logo. The food truck is wrapped from the back towards the front with the large splotches and the icons. Each side of the truck has a lockup of the logo so that it can easily be recognized. The menu is placed to the left of the window so it can be seen when waiting in line.



  • Creative Agency: Family (and friends)
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Get More Vitamins
    Location: United Kingdom
    Packaging Contents: Vitamin gum
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Foil, PET, card
    Printing Process: Litho

    Get More launch innovative Multivitamin Chewing Gum

    Vitamins help you stay strong and healthy. Without them, your body can’t work properly. You mainly get vitamins through your diet. But we all live life on the go and our diet is rarely perfect, so it can be hard to get everything you need.

    Sometimes you need to get more…



  • Designer: Carlos Bauer
    Photographer: Maria Mion
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Relicários de São Tolosa
    Location: Curitiba, PR, Brazil
    Packaging Contents: LP Vinyl Record
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
    Printing Process: Offset

    Relicários de São Tolosa mixes classic, progressive and psychedelic rock among other references from music, cinema and literature in their sound. I was commissioned to design the sleeve of their first album — homonym —, witch is the materialization of their first authorial production and physical manifestation of much energy accumulated.

    I defined 3 concepts to guide the design: reliquary, as envelope or container to present the band; search, linked to the questions proposed in the lyrics; and explosion, to express the climax that the album represents.

    A glass shatters while the liquid remains unshaken. From the cover, the narrative unfolds through the other images, full of details and subtleties. The visual is directly connected to the process of drawing from an intentionally broken glass and using the same shards to produce the back cover image by playing with different languages. Just like the album, the graphic result is poetic, surreal and open for readings — an invitation to audition.



  • Creative Agency: Funky Business® Branding Agency
    Creative Director: Mikhail Ankudinov
    Art-director: Ilya Tumaikin
    Designer: Albina Khasanyanova
    Illustrations: Alexey Kurbatov

    3D, retouch: Konstantin Simonov
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Location: Russia, Yekaterinburg
    Packaging Contents: Wine
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass, Paper, Foil
    Printing Process: Foil stamping

    Funky Business branding agency has created the concept of a new wine brand.

    Good wine is often compared to classical music. They are described in terms of richness, complexity and virtuosity. Both can inebriate people with their intricacy and beauty. Both have unique characters, defined by their authors. "Composition" wine is a gustatory interpretation of the music of famous composers.

    The agency's job was to show the link between wine and music in the brand's concept. From idea and brand's character to naming and packaging design. Each wine's flavor is meant to be inspired by the music of a particular composer. The ultimate goal is to reflect the high quality of the wine and its refined taste.

    Stylized portraits of famous Russian composers are the key visual element on the label. Their names are associated with the great music recognized throughout the world. The high status of the wine is emphasized by the laconic label and absence of flashy visuals.


  • Creative Agency: HeadMade Design & Co.
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Cacau Serra
    Location: Joinville / Brazil
    Packaging Contents: Chocolate
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
    Printing Process: Offset, foil stamping
    Located in Urubici / SC, the company Cacau Serra needed new packaging to accommodate its small handmade chocolate bars.

    Through a visual that combines the modern with the rustic, the family of packaging for the various chocolate options was developed.

    A diagonal cut highlights the product, with an image illustrative of the flavor and filling. Color tones were used to group the products by concentration of cocoa from dark until white, facilitating their recognition and identification.

    To convey the nobility of the product, special finishes were used such as golden metal foil and a lamination with velvety touch.




  • Designer: Kristina Selinski
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Pratt MWP
    Course: Typography II
    Tutor: Cindy Koren
    Location: Utica, United States
    Packaging Contents: Text from Kodaks and Kodak Supplies
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Plexiglass, card stock, vellum
    Printing Process: Digital Printing

    This is a hand-bound book using a coptic-stitching method to combine plexiglass covers, card stock and vellum. The project is a design prompt meant to show off the font Futura in all the many ways it can be displayed.

    What's Unique?
    A coptic stitch hand-bound type Specimen book displaying the various ways to use the font Futura. To display this font, I chose to redesign a selection of text from the book Kodaks and Kodak Supplies 1914. Eastman Kodak Company, commonly referred to as "Kodak", is an American technology company that produces imaging products with its historic basis on photography. To truly capture the essence of Kodak and photography, I chose to design my book to represent that energy.

    Starting with the hard covers, I chose a clear plexiglass to represent the nature of looking through the glass of a lens. Secondly, the front cover and multiple pages inside are layered with silver reflective vinyl, to give the viewer the feeling that they are looking at a photograph of themselves therefor involving them with the book itself. To tie the book together with Kodak even more, I chose my color palette based directly off of a vintage early 1900s Kodak poster.

    Lastly, my inspiration relied heavily on the text. Specifically, the opening line: "Make it Simpler."



  • Creative Agency: Friends Creative Shop
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Molos agricultural cooperative
    Location: Athens, Greece
    Packaging Contents: Pistachios
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Plastic

    Molos agricultural cooperative asked as to create the packaging design for three pistachios flavours in order to be fresh, tο exude prestige and ready to travel worldwide. We design the logo based on a tree full of leaves with the shape of pistachios and use a font that is strong but also elegant in order to highlight the premium quality of the product. We use simply typography and black and white background to highlight the product values and point out the product details on the photo decorating the design. Product flavours differentiate by using different colour on the logo and to a small line.



  • Creative Agency: Luminous Design Group
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Packaging Content: Egg
    Location: Athens, Greece

    This is "EGGOISM" at its best. This unique structure was designed to awesomely resemble the shape of a chicken and the best part is that the "egg" is nested right in its tummy. What genius!



  • Creative Agency: Macart Creative Design
    Designer: Arda Kaya
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Haci Serif
    Location: Denizli / Turkey
    Packaging Contents: Turkish Delight, Marshmallow, sweet, candy, chocolate
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
    Printing Process: Flexography

    Hacı Şerif was founded in 1938 in Babadağ. For 77 years, Denizli and its surroundings were firstly famous with semolina, followed by lokum, chocolate and various fruit desserts. In 2011, Haci Serif's e-Commerce site was established to present the local flavors unique to the Aegean region to all of Turkey. With 10 branches, 38 branches and 160 employees, we continue to offer you the most natural desserts.



  • Art Director: Dariusz Jabłoński
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: MISS GOD
    Location: Białystok, Poland
    Packaging Contents: CD Digipack
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper, Carton
    Printing Process: Hot stamping, pantone, printing

    The intention was to create a minimalist cover for the new album MISS GOD "WINGS". The artist suggested putting the gold pieces. Combined with black, it gave the effect of high quality packaging. In addition, we tried to color paper in the mass.



  • Creative Agency: Dochery
    Creative Director: Alina Rukosueva
    Art Director: Daria Surkova
    Designers: Daria Surkova, Roman Emelianov, Olga Tkacheva
    Copy Writer: Sergey Dolgopolov
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Cornopolis
    Location: Saint-Petersburg, Russia
    Packaging Contents: Popcorn
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Plastic
    Printing Process: Flexography

    City of free corn Cornopolis was born on the account of good taste.
    Popcorn with special flavors is a new product at the Russian snack market. The Brand Cornopolis set popcorn free from being limited by mundane, mediocre tastes, and Dochery faced the goal to find a visual manifestation of freedom of flavor choice and implement it on the wrap of the new product.

    Long-lasting limitation on new packaging of popcorn flavors has been reflected on the styles of the whole category of the product. That is why the new wrap of popcorn "CORNOPOLIS" had to be ready to explicitly reveal the individuality of the brand in the stores. It was very important to stay away from the cinema allusions.

    It has become obvious that an illustration is able to become a visual metaphor of the flavor. The next step was to search for the styles and plot to tell the story of the brand.



  • Creative Agency: Happycentro
    Project manager: Federico Padovani
    Art director: Federico Galvani
    Logo & Graphic Design: Giulia Valentinuzzi
    Project Type: Commercial Work
    Client: Boldanic LLC
    Location: Brooklyn, New York
    Packaging Contents: Bottle labels and cardboard box
    Printing Process: Offset printing

    Boldanic is a Brooklyn based company in the dietary supplement business for athletes.

    We've been asked to design brand logo, corporate identity and packaging of its two first products: Ecdynize and Exubol. We decided to work with simple geometry shapes, combined in a refined yet dynamic layout. Dynamism comes from polygonal shapes floating onto packs, which themselves come from developing brand logo structure.

    The structural field that contains the logo reveals the shape of a thunder in counter-form, symbol of the power these products would supply to their users.



  • Designer: Elise McIntyre
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Chicago Portfolio School
    Course: Packaging
    Tutor: Billy Baumann
    Location: Chicago, USA
    Packaging Contents: Boozy Marshmallows
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
    Printing Process: Digital pringing

    Toasted is a fictional brand of gourmet marshmallows. These marshmallows are geared toward those with a more “mature” palette with flavors like Maple Bourbon, Guinness and Fireball. The marshmallows can be purchased in boxes of individual flavors or in the s’mores kit that includes a variety of flavors. The hand lettered logo and whimsical illustrations bring adults back to their childhood, while the bright colors and sans serif fonts keeps the brand modern and sophisticated. The color palette was inspired by the various colors seen in a campfire flame from the bright red embers to the dark gray charcoal.



  • Creative Agency: BrandOpus
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Packaging Content: Bread
    Location: UK

    BrandOpus helps Burgen inspire delicious, healthy living every day
    Following recent rebrands of Kingsmill and Allinson’s, Allied Bakeries, is launching a new identity for Burgen, another key brand in their portfolio. BrandOpus has worked with Allied on all three rebrands and has helped Burgen to redesign their brand and packaging across its entire range.

    Burgen is relatively new to the bread aisle, having only launched in 1997, and many consumers consider it to be quite specialist and a stretch to purchase for those who have never tried it. The challenge was to give consumers a greater understanding of Burgen, which offers genuine health benefits along with distinctive, tasty ingredients.

    The brand is natural, healthy and delicious and this abundance is portrayed through a cornucopia which appears on pack providing nourishment into the loaves. The rebrand allows Burgen to appeal to consumers who are actively engaged in a healthy lifestyle but who do not want to limit their diet. Burgen offers them healthy choices to maximize life not restrict the enjoyment of it.

    The aspiring rebrand has will also been rolled out to their gluten-free range and has allowed Burgen to increase their offering into sandwich alternatives such as Burgen Thins.

    Ellen Munro, creative director, at BrandOpus says, “While Burgen is known for its health benefits, it's also actually great tasting bread. We looked to bring in feelings of vitality and energy to the brand whilst giving it the taste appeal it deserved. We positioned a cornucopia at the heart of the wordmark to symbolise the abundance and goodness Burgen provides.”

    Janene Warsap, Marketing Director, at Allied Bakeries says, “We really wanted to inspire delicious, health living every day with the new Burgen rebrand. BrandOpus really helped us define the role and value that Burgen can bring to the category whilst retaining the uniqueness and foundations upon which Burgen was built.”



  • Creative Agency: Creas Creative
    Designer: Derya Naymanlar
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Cheshni Food
    Location: izmir, Turkey
    Packaging Contents: Dried Fruits
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Aluminium doypack
    Printing Process: Flexography

    Cheshni Food is a food company in USA. Cheesing Food produces some food & quick snacks. We aim that the design is pure, colorful and strong. Therefore, we use white background and colored areas in design. There are three design. We use different colors for areas and fruits. We use fruit images inside design. After all, our customer is very satisfied.



  • Designer: Amalia Zachou
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Technological Education Institute of Athens
    Course: Graphic Design
    Tutor: Vangelis Hatzitheodorou & Katerina Mpazina
    Location: Athens, Greece
    Packaging Contents: Candies
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
    Printing Process: Digital printing

    This project was created for the course "Packaging Structure" of the Graphic Design Department of the Technological Education Institute of Athens. The purpose was to create a packaging design for a series of candies. The briefing indicated that the target group of this product is between the ages of fifteen and forty. The series of candies is called "freshness" and consists of five flavors: lemon, strawberry, peppermint, vanilla, and orange. The illustrations used for the packaging were created so as to represent each flavor and in order to give a jovial tone to each product.



  • Design & art direction: Jino Kwee & Wjing Wong
    Production: Sinpeng Tan & Candy Wong
    Copywriter: Csy
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Dasein Academy Of Art
    Course: Graphic Design
    Location: Malaysia
    Packaging Contents: Juice

    MWM is a projects about civilized disease. Concept is to let people be aware of diseases of civilization are come from their wrong life.

    The logo is form by the short form of the brand name "MWM" and the sign of evolution.We scrawl the words which represent the stereotype of a doctor's handwriting and the sign is to deliver the message of health can be improve by having good dietary habits without medicines.