• Creative Agency: Stranger & Stranger
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Packaging Content: Wine
    Location: New York, NY, USA

    19 Crimes wine but darker. Much darker.



  • Creative Agency: Lazy snail
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Minoan Spora
    Location: Greece
    Packaging Contents: Olive oil, breadstics, rusks, cookies, salt, honey, herbs, tea, dittany, rosemary, oregano, olives, figs
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass, paper, wood, aluminium, cardboard,
    Printing Process: Screen printing, digital printing,

    Minoan Spora* is a range of products from the island of Crete, including olive oil, herbs and infusions, honey, olives, rusks and cookies. Inspired by the authentic Minoan diet, famous across the world for its health benefits, Minoan Spora products are described as ‘The jewels of Minoan land’. Hence for the packaging, we researched the elaborate Minoan jewellery to create geometric patterns depicting the ingredients of each of the products in the range. The color palette mostly refers to the frescos and archaeological findings from this era, however earth tones were also used to represent the Cretan land and the process of sowing.

    * Spora = the Greek word for sowing, the process of planting seeds.



  • Designer: Ludovic Mornand
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Distillerie Lemercier
    Location: France
    Packaging Contents: Pastis (Anise-flavoured spirit and apéritif)
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
    Printing Process: Embossing, gilding

    Step into History...

    Born in 1811, during Napoleon's reign, the Distillerie Lemercier is one of the oldest family distilleries in France. Its history is closely linked to political events and the laws imposed on spirits. In this era, although Absinthe made many distilleries wealthy, it was accused of making people go mad and was the subject of heated debates, leading to it finally being banned in 1915... But a simple modification of the recipe allowed Pastis to come into being, and this is how the Distillerie Lemercier’s Pastis was marketed!

    Pastis 1811 is a truly traditional Pastis, produced by the distillation and maceration of various seeds and plants (wormwood, mugwort, gentian, liquorice, star anise...). Subtly perfumed, Pastis 1811 is unique due to its freshness and sweetness. With the addition of water and a few ice cubes, you’ll be surprised by its elegance and finesse. A Pastis of exceptional quality, with smooth notes of liquorice.



  • Designer: Bálint Tótok
    Project Type: Student Project
    Location: Hungary, Budapest
    Packaging Contents: Food / Drink
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper

    Redway – Between Start And Finish
    The Redway Catering Service ltd. Company, brand is fictive. This theme is especially actual in 2016, because the 2016 is a year od Mars and the fact that interest for traveling to Mars is increasing this year. The target of this thesis is to make pictograms, which are related to this theme, the pop-up book, and the picking designs as well.

    The aim of the Between start and finish book is to draw a general picture about a part of space travelling in which the Redway Catering service Ltd. joins it. The book covers a complex structure of our solar system and presents it. We learn about the two most important planets for the Redway Catering service Ltd. brand, that are the Earth and the Mars, and their basic characteristics, such as the differences because of this places in the solar system. Also, it spectacularly shows the time and place of the scheduled start, the fun facts of the rocket, and the services of the vehicle.

    Finally, at the end of the 210-day journey, we will learn what happens if the rocket lands somewhere else than planned.

    The most important thing at the packing was spirituality and functionality. The food packing is peel able and for that reason this packing is flexible and you don’t have to clean the cutlery. The each packing for food and drinks as well is collapsible and because of that they save the space.



  • Designer: Erica Buki
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Pratt Institute
    Course: Design Systems
    Tutor: Alisa Zamir
    Location: NY, USA
    Packaging Contents: Hot Sauce
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass, Plastic
    Printing Process: Screen Printing

    Hot Lava is targeted to men and women 18-35 who enjoy spicy foods. This is designed to be sold individually or as a set of 5 for home use or gift set at high-end grocery stores such as Eataly. The biggest competitors are Tobasco, Cholula, and Huy Fong’s Sriracha sauce.



  • Creative Agency: La Fonda Gràfica
    Designer Oriol Piferrer Saló
    Poem Catalan translation : Jaume C. Pons Alorda
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Mas Pagès
    Location: Girona, Catalonia (Spain)
    Packaging Contents: Wine
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Textile captain's armband, glass bottle
    Printing Process: Digital printing

    From Empodà’s coast arises the Captain. A limited edition of Mas Pagès table wine, serves as a tribute to the American Walt Whitman poem “O Captain! my Captain!”. A textile captain armband, applied to the wine bottle, hides the label with the piece popularized in “Dead Poets Society” movie.

    Mas Pagès wants to give personality to a small roll of 2016 red wine. It’s a simple table wine, grown near the coast, but wants to give a local and human component. The bottle can work as a gift and was translated to three languages (Catalan, Spanish and English). The label below is digital printed with simple offset paper to adapt the production to the limited edition.

    Sometimes we should make a toast to those who, at some point in our lives, have been a guide, a landmark, a symbol, a leader or an example. Following the captain's armband, we put the glasses on the table: Oh Captain! My Captain!



  • Creative Agency: Front Page
    Photographer: Susan Castillo
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Whisky Blender
    Location: Glasgow, Scotland
    Packaging Contents: Whisky
    Printing Process: Digital print with a foil co copper foil

    The best projects—like the best whiskies—start with a great blend, and the combination of independent, online business Whisky Blender and Glasgow-based design agency, Front Page, is as good as it gets. Offering a bespoke whisky blending service, Whisky Blender was started by dram-loving friends Andrew Nicolson and Andy Davidson, with the intention of bringing the joy of whisky to a wider audience.

    ‘Some people are a bit scared of whisky,’ explains Nicolson, ‘like its something you have to know a lot about in order to enjoy. But we think that it can—and should—be appreciated by more people, and the idea behind Whisky Blender is that anyone can create a blend, so they get a sense of ownership around something they might have felt was out of their reach at one point. Plus it’s really fun!’

    Front Page were tasked with creating a new look for Whisky Blender, to reflect the playful and inclusive nature of the company and its product. The aim was simple: to guide the customer through the blending process with ease, dispelling those common myths about the industry along the way.

    Gone was the traditional imagery and muted colour palette. In its place, a vibrant, textured look and feel, with a cheeky tone of voice that would make the customer feel as though they were talking to a close friend. The labels on the bottles are handwritten, so no two are the same, while the elegant typeface and quality stock pay a modern homage to more traditional styles of whisky branding. Front Page also produced a custom insert to be included with every bottle, featuring the bold brand colours and a step-by-step tasting chart, to guide customers through their first Whisky Blender experience.

    For Whisky Blender, the website is crucial, and Front Page knew that it was going to be the most important aspect of the redesign. After prototyping and user testing multiple iterations of the virtual blending lab, the final result combines a central carousel of blend options with a horizontal bar that shows the percentage makeup of the blend at any given stage. As the blend takes shape, the bottle silhouette fills up, giving an approximate representation of the colour of the final product.

    The checkout experience was also given a makeover, and now allows customers to add multiple items to one basket—an important upgrade from both a user experience and business perspective!

    With such a unique and appealing product now offering an equally unique and appealing consumer experience, there’s never been a better time to try your hand at the art of whisky blending. Slàinte!



  • Designer: Eduardo J. Neves
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Universidade Federal da Paraíba
    Course: Design
    Location: Brazil
    Packaging Contents: Shampoo / Conditioner
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Green Plastic

    The project is part of a product service system that has as a concept the reuse of packaging of shampoos and conditioners. So present in our day-to-day, its packaging is made of materials of high commercial value, however they are thrown in the trash in a short time, damaging the environment and wasting the opportunity of reuse of the material. The proposal brings a brand strategy and packaging that seeks to engage the consumer in a new way of consuming, more conscious and concerned about the environment.

    The "Muda" brand was developed and translated into English would be "change", which already imposes a certain amount of action on consumers who will consume these products, sharing responsibility for a more sustainable value chain. The system to which these packages are part works with the support of 2 pillars: The physical stores, in which the packages will be returned empty, and the consumers who take them will have discount in the purchase of a new product, the discount is a strategic one to encourage Consumers to adopt this new form of consumption; And the other support is an application, in which is explained strategy that aims at the engagement of consumers. Not applied we have a screen that explains the entire life cycle of the packaging, from the extraction of the raw material to its return for hygiene and replacement in the market, bringing the production chain in a more transparent way for consumers; As well as the "My Tree" program that gives consumers the chance to plant a tree together with the company, it works as follows: Each package has a specific code, when the consumer returns the empty containers at the collection points he can activate these Codes by the application of the brand, after that he chooses if he wants to participate in the "My Tree" program, if he chooses to participate he can receive a seed at home to plant the tree or he can follow the applied path where his tree was planted by the company , Via GPS.

    The packaging and visual strategy is of fundamental importance in this concept of product service system, since it is through them that the company can engage its consumers to change their habits and adopt the reuse system of shampoos and conditioners. For the company, it will have less cost, because instead of always making new packaging can sanitize those already on the market, and return to the consumer, those that are damaged can be recycled to see new packaging once they are made Of Green Plastic, of Braskem, a plastic that is made from sugar cane.


  • Designer: Brooke Gabrek
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Ball State University
    Course: Visual Communication
    Tutor: Shantanu Suman
    Location: Muncie, United States
    Packaging Contents: Yarn
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
    Printing Process: Digital Printing

    Yarn Stories is a small fiber arts store in Muncie, Indiana. I redesigned their current identity which featured a bunny illustration. The owner wished to keep with the original concept of a bunny, being a fiber producing animal, but establish a more minimalist and sophisticated approach to the illustration. When developing the packaging for the brand, I wanted it to keep it fresh and clean because of the brand’s audience.

    Muncie contains one of Indiana’s public universities which leads to the urge to appeal to the younger generation of knitters. The packaging for Yarn Stories is an experience that extends from the items you buy to the bag you carry out of the store. The monochromatic color palette of the packaging yields to the beauty of the hand dyed fibers. The packaging not only consists of a ball and hank wrap but also encompasses labeling for the finished items sold at the store and business cards.



  • Designer: Ahra Song
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Hongik University
    Course: Design Studio(4)
    Tutor: Hyunkyoung Park
    Location: Seoul, Korea
    Packaging Contents: Wine
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper, Glass
    Printing Process: Digital printing, Sticker sheets

    "Sharks live in wine"
    'THE SHARK' is the casual wine brand that makes anyone to easily enjoy the wine anytime, anywhere.

    It has three kinds of tasty wines. They are easy to challenge of course. Each of them has a different specific point color. Especially, they are designed with different graphic images and there is no single label, so it is another feature that you can enjoy 'THE SHARK'. You can feel the joy of choosing bottles according to your individual beautiful personality.


  • Designer: Jorge Simeira
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Capelli Cosméticos
    Location: Campinas, Brasil
    Packaging Contents: Cosmetic Men
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Plastic
    Printing Process: Flexography

    Launch of the men's line of cosmetics Bell 'Uomo.

    The idea behind the Bell 'Uomo line is to bring the consumer a unique product with a packaging that goes to the male audience.

    The brand developed a unique and innovative product for the male audience but did not have a brand and appointment definition. They needed a strategy to turn the innovative product into a trusted beauty brand.



  • Designer: Alberto Bocca
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Rebel Mind Collective
    Location: Vigevano, Italy
    Packaging Contents: Clothing
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Kraft paper
    Printing Process: Stamp

    The project is based on the use of three different sized stamps.

    Two are to create a unique artwork along the inside of the box (the first one for the brand logo, so the customer when open the package will always have the logo name in front of him, and the other one create a beautiful mosaic between words and sentences when you will take off your products from the package). The third one will add on the products in order to have a message greeting and create an awesome feeling with the customer.


  • Designer: Dmitry Platonov
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Multon
    Location: Moscow, Russia
    Packaging Contents: Fruit puree
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Doypack
    Printing Process: Rotogravure

    Redesign of packaging for fruit puree under the brand Rich. Packaging design should be laconic, fruit images should convey the taste and naturalness of the product.

    What's Unique?
    Unique and laconic design which has consistency with core line Rich.



  • Company: Happy Egg
    Project Type: Commercial Work
    Packaging Content: Eggs
    Location: Taiwan

    We propose that eating a good egg is like having a breath of fresh air. We create a brand for cage-free eggs named Happy Egg. Our brand is built on six notions: friendliness, happiness, freedom, sunshine, fertility, and water. Instead of traditional paper coating materials, we apply transparent PVC materials to cushion packaging, which not only speaks for the concept of free air but also prevents collision. This innovation as an attention grabber would definitely create a novelty to consumers and facilitate the promotion of cage-free eggs.

    The brand positioning targets the markets of department stores. The natural, fresh, clean image of the product, different from what we discover in ordinary grocery stores, attracts people caring about health issues and thus achieves the goal of promoting cage-free eggs.

    Based on Taiwanese festivals and customs, three distinct packaging designs are created for Chinese New Year, Christmas, and birthday. Cage-free eggs that symbolize simplicity, satisfaction, and health are fun and nutritious.

    We plan to issue three books, introducing the basic knowledge of cage-free eggs, friendly egg producers, and egg dishes. Consumers could improve their understanding of cage-free eggs and update relevant information through the books. Also, to strengthen the concept of free air, we use inflatable materials to wrap books so that we can easily present the overall design and attract more customers.



  • Designer: Jeongdae Kim
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Diplom, University of the Arts Bremen
    Location: Düsseldorf, Germany

    Some people wake up in the morning and take multiple pills for the day. For these people taking pills everyday is one of many tedious things, that should just not be forgotten. According to the life extension the human becomes aging and there are lots of people concerning about their health and the number of people who take medicine regularly for example, because of a certain disease, is also growing. Sometimes they have an unstable mental state, or just expect vague effects from the medicine, so from diverse reasons daily taking medicine is not a easy thing for them. Fortune pill will give those people a small pleasure to foretell the fortune for a day from a message in it.

    Through a small change by taking pills, I hoped to make them happy and they find it even as a interesting moment of the daily routine. I experienced that feeling when opening fortune cookie and wondered which message is written on the paper. though the same motion we have totally different feelings when opening pills or fortune cookies. So i try to combine this feeling and the package design of medicine. This package design is not only just for the outside but it could assist contents for emotion or interest of users. In order to take out contents from inside we are required to open the package of pills like a fortune cookies. Now this concept, fortune pill, helps people feel better and have an emotional care.


  • Creative Agency: Dow Design Ltd
    Creative Director: Donna McCort
    Lead Designer: Leonie Whyte
    Design Team: Jeannie Burnside
    Production/Artwork: Jamie Pettigrew, Ben Dean
    Account Service: Simon Wedde, Michael Statham
    Digital Director: Michael Evans
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Innova Products Ltd
    Location: New Zealand
    Packaging Contents: Kitchenware
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Plastic, Paper
    Printing Process: Digital and offset printing

    Click Clack - A tidy kitchen is a tidy mind
    Our client was in the food container business. Ironically that’s a pretty messy and confusing place, for something that is supposed to help you get more organised. And that was really our Aha! moment. We saw it as a great opportunity for our client to be genuinely helpful. Tada! Click Clack Your Food Friend was born. A brand that talks to you, and helps you make sense of all those container options. What for what? What will fit my 900g bag of flour? Can I cook with this one? This makeover of an already established brand has opened up new retail doors that the brand had never dreamed of. Funny how a filling a genuine gap, together with some very smart design, can really get things cooking.



  • Designer: Maria Hdez
    Project Type: Concept
    Location: Madrid, Spain
    Packaging Contents: Wine
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper, Crystal
    Printing Process: Offset printing

    The design is minimalist and conceptual. The shape of the circle represents the simplification of the grape’s shape. And the "v" is the greatest simplification of the wine glass. The pattern of circles represents in a metaphorical way, both the planting in rows, and the grapes that contain the wine bottles. The visual identity features modern typography within a simplified design by using a minimal colour palette.



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

    Beautiful Home Fragrances by SOERENTIBOR. The products have such nice names as "Cloud 7", "Morning Dew", "Sea Lust", etc.



  • Designer: Mina Bakliža
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: The Faculty of Philology and Arts, Kragujevac
    Course: Packaging design
    Tutor: Nemanja Dragojlović
    Location: Kragujevac, Serbia
    Packaging Contents: Soaps
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper, cardboard
    Printing Process: Digital printing

    The first part of the task was to create a series of packaging, beginning with the economy version, through the more expensive one, to the premium version. The name “24h “ was chosen because it implies freshness and beauty throughout the day when using this product. Three different colours indicate three types / scents: Pearl, Lavender and Viola. Lavender ( premium ) should be printed on some high-quality paper and hot foil stamping should be used.

    The second part of the task was creating a campaign for the premium packaging which included not only one poster and billboard but also the teasers. Since Provence is a region famous for lavender, I chose it as a “backdrop“ for the advertisement, and came up with the message “Using this soap will make you feel as if you were somewhere in Provence“.

    The animated commercial was self-initiated.



  • Creative Agency: Hills Design
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Primal Joy
    Location: UK
    Packaging Contents: Paleo gluten free bars and snacks

    Redesign for Primal Joy brand - handmade paleo & gluten free snacks.

    These healthy products are good for the body and so our redesign reflected this with a heart shaped symbol merging the company’s initials in a unique way. The impact of this on a clean white background makes the range easily identifiable. Splashes of vibrant natural colours are interspersed throughout the range, helping to catch the eye of consumers and differentiate the products in a very competitive market.



  • Creative Agency: Makers & Allies
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Hope Family Wines
    Location: San Luis Obispo, California, USA
    Packaging Contents: White Wine
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Bottle, label, cork, capsule
    Printing Process: Emboss, gold foil

    Michelle & Barack. Ellen & Portia. Beyoncé & Jay-Z. Lady swagger isn't given, it's earned. When Treana Blanc came onto the scene, we knew it would have to stand up to the already established Treana Red. A dynamic duo, Treana Blanc balances perfectly with its counterpart, yet has a signature style based on its own beautiful yet complex attributes. Using the same bottle mold as the Red, but in an eye-catching claret green, Treana Blanc gets a coordinating label featuring delicate embossing and gold foil--a more feminine take on the signature Treana Red gold filigree. The short capsule gives you a seductive peek of the custom printed cork, in order to–as all powerful women know–create interest without compromising elegance.



  • Creative Agency: Mulligan Design Partners
    Designers: Hudson Abreu, Fernando Moraes, Marcia Nakamura
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Frutiquello Sorvetes
    Location: São Paulo, Brazil
    Packaging Contents: Ice Lollies

    Frutiquello Sorvetes is an ice cream brand, known by the quality and variety of its products, with over 200 different types and flavors of ice cream. Their products are being sold in over 15.000 places all over São Paulo. Mulligan Design Partners was hired to completely revamp one of Frutiquello's most important lines: Frukis, with 6 flavors of refreshing fruit-based ice-lollies.

    It was a tasty mission. We managed to deliver a bold design, totally focused on appetite-appeal and its refreshing taste. The layouts explored the fruits to the maximum, while reinforcing the flavor and quality of the ingredients with a touch of nature in a sunny background. It all resulted in a notable growth on the product's quality perception, leaving Frukis at the top with the main players on the market.



  • Creative Agency: ANGLE visual integration
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Taiwan Rivon
    Location: Taiwan
    Packaging Contents: Bridal cake
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper



  • Designer: Toomas Pintson
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Gemini Decks
    Location: Tallinn, Estonia
    Packaging Contents: Playing cards
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: paper
    Printing Process: Offset printing

    Big Boy No.1 is a fully custom deck of cards created from ground up. Designed by Estonian designer Toomas Pintson, the deck is as fun and unique as it is visually pleasing.

    Big Boy was designed for a small playing card company called Gemini Decks that produces and distributes high quality custom playing cards around the world mainly for magicians, cardists and card collectors.

    The deck spots a Violet, Black/Yellow/Cyan colorway. The court cards feature 13 fun and unique Big Boy characters composed of only primitive shapes. Although it's a fully custom deck, it was also designed with cardists in mind. The back design features unique twin-tip design making this deck perfect for fans and spreads.

    Big Boy is printed by The United States Playing Card Company on highest quality Bee casino grade stock with Linen finish. In addition all decks were Traditionally Cut for optimal handling.

    Limited edition of 1300 were printed.

    Made in the U.S.A.