• Agency: Luminous Design Group
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Karipidis Winery
    Location: Greece
    Packaging Content: Wine

    We were invited to design labels for a selection of the winery’s red wines, as a family unit. Our aim, besides creating a recognizable, cohesive identity for this series, was to expose the farming culture of these specific varieties in the region.

    The illustrations are inspired by rare coins of the ancient city of Krannonas, which were discovered during excavations in the area, the same soil where today’s crops are and which houses the winery. We also gave each variety a name relevant to the coin’s illustration.

    The minimal design combined with the printing techniques enhances the prestige that matches these awarded, red wines of limited production.

  • Designer: Kayla Bartlett
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Fort Hays State University
    Location: Hays, Kansas, USA
    Packaging Content: Mead
    Packaging Materials: Glass, Paper

    Taög Meadery takes it's inspiration from the ancient nordic beliefs derived from the poetic edda. Brave warriors who die in battle go to Valhalla, a great banquet hall where they can feast and drink to their hearts content. The halls endless mead is provided by a goat who eats from a golden tree in the front garden. I wanted the design to represent this magical woodland and celebrate the heritage. Each flavor has it's own warrior I created influenced by animals that play significant roles in the religious texts. The logo and typography are drawn from ancient nordic runes and norse manuscripts.

    What's Unique?
    Each flavor has it's own unique warrior that I created. I carved linocuts of each one and ran several prints until I got one I liked.



  • Agency: Pagà Disseny
    Client: Canals Nadal, S.L.
    Location: Barcelona, Spain

    Pure Black and white label with a typographic style which aims to highlight the 100% variety of this xarel·lo, grower in "Vinya del Bessó" vineyard, which was planted in 1950.


  • Designer: Andrew Timme
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Fort Hays State University
    Course: Graphic Design II
    Tutor: Chaiwat Thumsujarit
    Location: Hays, KS, USA
    Packaging Contents: 1 packaging housing and 3 interlocking pieces to build clock
    Packaging Materials: Chipboard and paper

    The rang clock is an easy to construct and fun way to display you clock. The clock mechanism will spin to display the correct time, so roll it or display it from any angle and you'll always have the right time.

    The housing is constructed so that it is easily folded and put together without needing any extra supplies or adhesive. The AA battery in the clock mechanism acts a weight and allows for the clock to spin within a secondary housing inside the boomerang shape. The clock spins freely enough so that it is always right side up.


  • Designer: Krystina Kouros
    Project Type: Concept
    Project Content: Soap, cream and oil
    Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada

    SOP is a made up name from the word soap, mixed with the phonetic glyph of the letter 'o' from the greek alphabet.

    This is a fictional project of a company that offers a range of bath and body products whose ingredients are found in Greece and in the depths of its seas. Each product, whether its soap, cream or oil, is inspired by the characteristics and personalities of the gods and creatures of Greek mythology.

    Like the gods and goddesses who live in harmony, men and women’s products are not separated, hoping to let nature make its balance as well as giving freedom of choice to each user, according to their needs and desires.


  • Agency: Stranger & Stranger
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Rio Rum
    Packaging content: Rum
    Location: London, New York, San Francisco

    Rio is an amazing place – energetic, sexy and layered – and so is the branding.


  • Agency: Studio Idee Materia
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Santa Margherita Gruppo Vinicolo
    Location: Portogruaro, Veneto, Italy
    Packaging Content: Wine
    Packaging Materials: Paper, Eco-leather

    Santa Margherita Wine Group, main sponsor of the 2015 edition of the historic race of the Mille Miglia in Brescia, gave all crews a magnum bottle of his Prosecco 52.

    We made a special red box with handles and locks in eco-leather, reminiscent of the closing of the hood of the sports 50s cars.


  • Designer: Emanuel Keinan
    Graphic Design: Liat Dassau
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Persys Medical
    Location: Israel
    Packaging Content: First aid kit
    Packaging Material: Flexible plastic

    The Problem:
    Over 35% of pre-hospital deaths and at least half of traumatic deaths within 24 hours of hospitalization are due to blood loss. Most of these cases are potentially preventable. Advanced emergency services could support casualties in these situations and save many lives, but, unfortunately, a professional caregiver might not get to a casualty on time. For instance, a person after a car crash, trapped and heavily bleeding, would need aid in the first few critical minutes; without proper immediate care, this person could die before an ambulance arrives.

    The Solution:
    The 4BC Kit is a unique outfit. It includes four essential items for the treatment and stopping of bleeding: a tourniquet, a hemostatic gauze, an Emergency Bandage®, and gloves. These items have proven to be very effective in controlling and stopping heavy bleeding and have been used by soldiers on the battlefield and by EMS personnel. Now, the 4BC Kit offers lifesaving equipment to anyone, not just EMS personnel.

    The 4BC Kit is ideal for law enforcement personnel for self-aid or buddy aid or for situations in which the police are the first responders, like in most accidents or violent events. In such cases, the police can control a victim’s bleeding until the EMS services get there without wasting valuable time. Paramedics may and most likely arrive promptly to a scene, but lives can be saved in those critical minutes leading up to their arrival. During that crucial period, a police officer in the hot-zone with the aid of the 4BC Kit could be doing the work of the paramedic yet to arrive at the scene. The 4CB Kit, with its compact size and easy to follow instructions, is the optimal solution for every law enforcement officer faced with an emergency medical situation involving blood loss.

    Our Goal:

    The aim of The 4BC Kit is to extend the use and availability of these lifesaving products to a larger target market, to lay users as well as professionals. Eventually helping them save lives at the time of need. By creating a packaging based solution that is much more friendly and practical to the user, we can help everyone save lives.


  • Designer: Anna Trympali
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Art of P
    Location: Athens, Greece

    "Αrt of P" jewelry begun its journey back in 2013, bringing a simplistic yet exquisite touch to every style, age and taste. Our collection features unique handmade jewelry, crafted with fine materials and colors, inspired by human nature and its contemporary surroundings.


  • Designer: Alice Macarova
    Project Type: Concept
    Location: Saint-Petersburg, Russia
    Packaging Content: Sweets
    Packaging Materials: Paper

    «Marine» well-known Russian sweet's name.

    This product has a lot of designs solutions. But they doesn't looks modern or creative. So I decided to create something new and unusual for it. In this project I tried to connect detailed old-style illustrations with minimalistic design, create clear and bright package. . I use matte, rude paper for wrappers and two types of ink.

    All illustrations was drawn by Micron pens in dot-work technique. «Marine» sweets for brutal pirates and their beautiful ladies.


  • Agency: Tough Slate Design
    Art-Director, Designer: Dima Tsapko
    CGI: Andrew Kramar
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Dzhaglans LLC
    Location: Kiev, Ukraine
    Packaging Content: Nuts of different kinds

    The client asked for bright and tasty designs for products to stand out on the shelf. We decided to use the customer as a main visual on the package. The Customer with mouth full of nuts!

    What's Unique?
    Simplicity, nothing artificial -- just a customer enjoying the product.



  • Designer: Peter Gibbons
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Ideas 2 Launch Ltd (Sophia Nadur)
    Location: London, UK
    Packaging Content: Tea bags
    Packaging Material: Metalised PET

    The Brand
    Tg Green Teas are a new brand of green teas inspired by ancient Chinese ingredients and knowledge. The hot tea range was created to bring consumers the benefits of quality green tea through healthy and accessible products. Naturally flavoured with other traditional Chinese ingredients, Tg Green Teas promote inner resilience and outer vitality.

    Audience
    Urban adult tea drinkers looking for healthy refreshment that also delivers on taste

    The Brief
    Design a disruptive but engaging identity and packaging range that communicates the brand proposition:
    - Naturally uplifting vitality
    - A contemporary interpretation of Chinese heritage
    - Better for you, but not too ‘worthy’
    - A friendly expert on authentic Chinese green tea and ingredients

    And the product characteristics:
    - Premium and different
    - Flavour and refreshment
    - Delivery (pyramid bags)
    - Back of pack brewing instructions

    Mandatories:
    - Develop existing basic ‘Tg’ trademark
    - Use resealable pouch format

    The Design Solution
    - The ‘Tg’ trademark was re-drawn in a bamboo brush style and incorporated into a dynamic kite to create a brand device that symbolises 'naturally uplifting vitality' and Chinese heritage.
    - The kite tail is used as a flexible device to add dynamism to the packs, to function as variant colour differentiation and to help integrate the product and ingredient illustrations into the pack design.
    - Vibrant variant colours were chosen to convey intensity of flavour.
    - Brush illustration style and hand-rendered typography communicate an authentic and friendly tone of voice.
    - Info-graphics are used on the back of pack illustrate the brewing instructions.

    What's Unique?
    Unique packaging format for (green) teas in the UK: a non-transparent resealable pouch that went one step better than Twinings' recent launch of its resealable pouches. The pouch's opacity has been used to help communicate a benefit derived from a key product/consumer insight i.e. green tea needs to be kept away from light to preserve its taste and freshness AND consumers appreciate brands that deliver fresh product. Since our brand is focused on delivering an authentic H&W green tea experience, we rolled out a non-transparent resealable pouch.



  • Designer: Peter Gibbons
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Ideas 2 Launch Ltd (Sophia Nadur)
    Location: London, UK
    Packaging Content: Green Tea
    Packaging Material: PET bottle

    The Brand
    Tg Green Teas are a new brand of green teas inspired by ancient Chinese ingredients and knowledge. The RTD range was created to bring consumers the benefits of quality green tea through healthy and accessible products that challenge existing sugary drinks. Naturally flavoured with other traditional Chinese ingredients, TG Green Teas promote inner resilience and outer vitality.

    Audience
    Urban adults looking for healthy refreshment that also delivers on taste

    The Brief
    Design a disruptive but engaging identity and packaging range that communicates the brand proposition:
    - Naturally uplifting vitality
    - A contemporary interpretation of Chinese heritage
    - Better for you, but not too ‘worthy’
    - A friendly expert on authentic Chinese green tea and ingredients

    And the product characteristics:
    - Premium and different
    - Low calorie
    - Flavour and refreshment
    - Made with real Chinese green tea

    Mandatories:
    - Develop existing basic ‘Tg’ trademark
    - Use existing 330ml bottle format

    The Design solution
    - The ‘Tg’ trademark was re-drawn in a bamboo brush style and incorporated into a dynamic kite to create a brand device that symbolises 'naturally uplifting vitality' and Chinese heritage.
    - The kite tail is used as a flexible device to add dynamism to the packs and to function as variant colour differentiation.
    - Vibrant variant colours were chosen to convey intensity of flavour.
    - The ‘Green Tea’ descriptor is evocative of vertical columns of traditional Chinese writing.
    - Brush illustration style and hand-rendered typography communicate an authentic and friendly tone of voice.
    - A misty mountain background is used to help communicate refreshment and the brand’s naturally uplifting proposition. It also acts as further variant colour differentiation.

    What's Unique?
    RTD tea and green tea in particular is a new type of drink in the UK. In order to maximize trial/repurchase potential and to tell in an engaging way the story of "green tea" [like what Vita Coco has done for coconut water], .

  • Designer: Felix Longyang Wang
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Academy of Art University
    Course: Visual Literacy
    Tutor: Hunter Lewis Wimmer
    Location: San Francisco, USA
    Packaging Contents: Body Care
    Packaging Materials: Olive Leaves

    Through a series of investigations in San Francisco, I have chosen a famous olive ranch located in Northern California as a case study. Then offering their brand of olive-oil skin care products in a full range of designs. My designs take inspiration from the olive itself. The beauty of the olive leaf is unique and hard to match. Since the beginning of time, people painting in a variety of styles have depicted its beauty. I use my own photographic creations in packaging design, with the leaf shape naturally manifesting itself. Olive green and white formed the background to convey harmonious beauty. The design was selected in 2013 for Behance Packaging Design Served, and obtained a number of good reviews from the graphic design industry in different countries.


  • Agency: Life Creative Kyoto
    Designer: Masakazu Otsuki
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Laptune Cosmetic
    Location: Tokyo, Japan
    Packaging Content: Natural organic skin care cosmetic
    Packaging Material: Plastic, paper

    Package design and Brand identity for a retail cosmetic natural pure skin care presentation.

    Its name from the words, Anthropology, which is the study of human beings.

    Designed to balance the natural resources with white space, the identity came between serif typography and a floral moving.


  • Agency: Getbrand
    Creative team: Andrey Gornov, Lina Nazyrova, Julia Zimovets, Pavel Pavlov
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Tetra Pak
    Location: Moscow, Russia
    Packaging Content: Baby food
    Packaging Material: Cardboard

    “Am-am"- these words mother tells her child while feeding. To make this process funny and easy we created design that will inspire mothers to tell funny stories as she is feeding a child. Story of the hedgehogs, monkeys and raccoons - each SKU is a story of an animal mothers playing, singing and nurturing their children. Logo and the main graphic symbol of the brand is a feeding spoon that reminds of a shape of a big tree and there is a whole world around it: animals, lively bugs and birds. Am-am was meant to be funny, taken well by children and become a friend-brand to the mothers helping to make a child feeding process a lot of fun!



  • Agency: BBDO Ukraine
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: SUN InBev Ukraine
    Location: Ukraine

    What is in the heart of Staropramen brand? It is the Prague itself - with it’s versatility, old narrow streets with amazing architecture and echo of glorious old days in every brick. We present You a journey through the ages and architecture that influenced the face of Prague. And we implemented this journey into limited edition can series, emphasized by authentic legends. So the art and architecture got canned…


  • Agency: Interbrand
    Executive Creative Director EMEA (Western Europe) & LatAm: Borja Borrero, Interbrand Madrid
    Creative Director: Carlos Magro, Interbrand Madrid
    Senior Designer: David Barrios, Interbrand Madrid
    Designer: David de la Fuente, Interbrand Madrid
    Production Manager: Coro Iglesias, Interbrand Madrid
    Project Manager: Tomás España, Interbrand Madrid
    Strategy Director: Ismael Merlo, Interbrand Madrid
    Consultant: Beatriz Diego, Interbrand Madrid
    Freelance Ilustrator: Alex Ferreiro
    Production Manager: Javier Mañas, Omán Impresores (Printing co.)

    Project Type: Commercial Work
    Client: Ramón Bilbao, winery
    Location: Spain

    Interbrand revamps Ramón Bilbao’s brand. The brand consultancy has carried out a 360º branding process for the brand of wines

    The winery Ramón Bilbao asked Interbrand to develop a brand strategy and revitalization of its visual identity. Pursuing this objective Interbrand started the project with a diagnosis of the market, its consumer and Ramón Bilbao’s old brand. Once all the winery’s needs were discussed and the market situation analyzed, both a new positioning and a new brand architecture were designed and turned into a new universe of expression. Given the winery’s innovative nature and its eagerness to progress, the figure of the explorer was chosen as the best archetype which could articulate this new phase of the winery. Furthermore, to contribute to the international’s expansion of the brand, a graphic and conceptual universe has been created around the challenge of adventure and discovery. The brand idea “El viaje comienza aquí” (“The journey begins here”) has become Ramón Bilbao’s corporate claim, an intriguing declaration which invites to think of origin and challenge.

    Ramón Bilbao represents the role of the 21st century explorer, a charismatic and warm person which has travelled the world but feels there are still things to discover and therefore, the opportunity to always start a new journey.

    Ramón Bilbao was eager to discover the world. But how would he cover such a costly journey? One day, observing one of his best bottles against the light he found an answer. The wine would become his currency. For months he worked on calculating routes, winds, temperatures and selecting the best wines for the expedition and in spring 1924 he decided to travel to foreign lands. He exchanged wine for means of travel, carts pulled by ox, camels and elephants.