• Designer: Tin Chan
    Project Type: Concept
    Packaging Content: Tea leaves
    Location: China

    This is the three packaging design work in 2015, because the subject is green design, so in this packaging structure, I am to ensure that the choice of environmentally friendly materials and lightweight design is a must. This is the first time trying such an unique packaging. The picking leaves, inkjet texture, combination packaging process is a very interesting and fun attempt.


  • Creative Agency: GORDOST
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: The restaurant "Gryadka"
    Location: Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation
    Packaging Contents: Meat and poultry
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Plastic, paper
    Printing Process: Digital printing

    Objective
    The restaurant "Gryadka" decided to launch home delivery of organic meat products. The objective was designing the packaging for different kinds of meat come from farms which use principles of ecological purity and natural farming.

    Idea
    The packaging design was created to stand out among the mass of the products and mark originality and uniqueness of "Gryadka" meat and poultry. The packaging indicates the product was made by the named farmers who care about cattle and poultry raising and they do it their best way which positively affects the quality and genuineness of the product.

    Solution
    The main idea of the design rejects foodstyling and direct demonstration of meat. Instead of this the type of product is represented by the shadow of the animal, formed by farmer’s hands and fingers. You can find a variety of farm animals appearing in the shadows. Also, the image of the farmer’s hands is associated with the painstaking labor on the farm. Pencil graphics, individual labeling of the product’s weight and manufacturing date also embody unique way of the production of meat. Shadows that the farmer creates with his own hands serve as a metaphor of respect for the fostered animal. On the reverse of packaging we put images of farmers, who speak about principles of their work and life values. We have also depicted maps of the production area, indicating farms to enhance the product loyalty.



  • Creative Agency: Lucy Guernier
    Cover Illustrator: Jaimee Paul
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Stolen Publications
    Location: Melbourne, Australia
    Packaging Contents: Hardcover Book
    Packaging Materials: Paper

    Stolen is a bi-annual publication created in 2013 which supports analogue artists and their art. Volume Five is a bumper issue containing over 150 pages and featuring more than 110 artists from 22 countries across the globe, including Egypt, Japan, Italy, Panama, Slovenia, Netherlands, and Brazil. In addition to the beautiful analogue artwork, Volume Five now also includes quotes and comments from the artists themselves; explaining inspiration, creative process and output.

    At Stolen, we love the tangible and the tactile. Volume Five features a 3mm board cover, with Jaimee Paul’s hand-drawn beautiful Sumatran tiger printed on custom embossed paper, with a purple foil on the front and back. The packaging was designed to protect the book while being handled in retail stores, whilst still showcasing part of the cover. A purple foil over black card creates mystery whilst tying back into the cover.



  • Creative Agency: Fifty3
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Kingdom Coffee
    Location: Doncaster, UK
    Packaging Contents: Coffee
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass
    Printing Process: 1 Colour Process

    Kingdom Coffee imports coffee into the Republic of Ireland. We had the opportunity to create their first consumer-facing product, cold brew coffee. This includes a re-brand of their existing identity and the first three consumer products ever created under the Kingdom Coffee brand. Kingdom Coffee import beans from seven key locations – they have chosen three, Sumatra, Guatemala and Jamaica to feature in their first range of products.

    We had two key aims for the label production, low cost and environmentally responsible – so we sourced a recycled label stock and utilised a 1 colour process for the coffee labels, and a 2 colour with a special (gold) on the espresso label to give it a soft premium feel.

  • Written by Michael DiFranco, VP of Marketing at JohnsByrne

    A strand of pearls signals luxury, class, and taste. Take a cue from the fashion industry in your packaging design with a pearlescent coating to give your packaging, mailer, or other printed material the appeal associated with luxury and exclusivity. Pearl coatings mimic the reflective qualities of pearls, with fine refractive grains lending the project a subtle shimmer or sparkle, more refined than a glitter effect.
    Pearl coatings are often associated with health and beauty products, but the reality is these coatings can add class and exclusivity to the appearance of packaging materials for a variety of industries, including those related to seasonal décor, specialty foods like chocolate, car industry collateral, sporting goods, and countless other products and activities.

    Pearlescent Coating: Achieving Different Looks
    Pearl coating is one of many on-press effects that can be applied in different ways to achieve a wider gamut of looks and degrees of intensity. Depending on its application, the final look can be completely different. Here are different ways to apply pearlescent coatings that produce unique effects on print and packaging.

    Overall vs Spot:
    Depending on the artwork, copy, and branding, there is the the option of laying pearl coating down ‘overall’ on a sheet giving a uniform ‘overall’ shimmer effect and creates a luminescent backdrop for the branding and specific design elements. A ‘spot coat,’ on the other hand, lays down the coating in very specific areas while leaving other areas without pearl for dramatic contrast. This is an ideal way to bring attention to specific elements of the print or packaging design. These two options give two very different looks depending on the desired reaction.



    Pearl Down First or Last
    Pearl coating also can be applied at different stages on press for an even different variation to the final look. Providers that have a press with an upfront and a backend coater system, like Press384, can offer the option of ‘pearl down first’ or ‘pearl down last’.

    By laying down the pearl coating in an upfront coater, the printing process comes after and results in the printed areas being ‘crisp’ as the pearl effect is underneath.
    Alternatively, pearl coating can be applied last in the end of press coating unit. All printing processes would occur first and then the pearl coating would be applied overtop at the end of press. This produces a different look from pearl down first and gives yet another great option for a menu of looks.



    When applied to individual areas of a packaging design, mailer, or other printed material, pearl coating can be useful in drawing the eye towards a specific area, creating visual interest. It can add the appearance of depth and/or texture to an image or piece of text by breaking up the uniformity of the printed product.


    A Cost-Effective Alternative to Expensive Pre-Pearlized Stock
    When looking for high-quality stock paper to print luxurious projects that need to make an impression in a high-end market or competitive health and beauty market, many customers believe they have to use expensive paper stock that is pre-coated with pearl or other captivating effects.

    However, a provider who has new press technology, like Press384, will have better options with an upfront coating unit. Using standard stock, the upfront coater can apply pearl coating to ‘create-a-sheet’ that yields the same pearl look but far more cost effectively. The cost of paper typically represents as much as 50% of the overall project costs, so this option means getting your look but done in an innovative-cost effective way.
    Innovation and cost can co-exist and this is a great example.


    Expanding Creative Options
    One of the many advantages of pearl coating is that it allows for a lot of variability and control over the specific effect. Pearl coatings differ from glitter coatings in that the reflective grains are significantly smaller – while glittery effects appear “bolder”, pearlescent coatings have the same refractive properties but on a smaller scale, for a subtler, more exclusive effect.


    Pearl Coatings Beyond the Basics
    Pearl coatings are available in different colors to perform cohesively with the rest of the overall design. Variations of white and silver hues are common, but different shades of blue and pink can also be used to create the desired effect with a unique twist and personality.

    It is also possible to develop a rainbow pearl coating that reflects a broad spectrum of light for a multi-colored, shimmering effect. Depending on the application, pearl coatings can be created that appear to vary in color, based upon angle of view, bringing more eye-appeal. When considering adding a pearl coating to add the extra touch to a luxury product packaging design, it is important to select a color that brings the design together, rather than clashing or standing out.

    In addition to different color options, the effect of a pearl coating can be customized by altering the thickness (the volume) with which it is applied, changing the concentration of the particles within the coating, or by adding multiple layers. Increasing the concentration of the reflective particles within the coating enhances the effect for a higher level of sparkle or shimmer. Applying a thicker layer or multiple layers will have a similar effect, while decreasing the concentration, thickness of application, or number of layers creates a subtler effect.

    The Bottom Line on Pearl Coatings
    Increasing the visual appeal of print and packaging is paramount for brands and marketers. Pearlescent coatings offer an array of options when it comes to creating upscale and unique visual effects. Whether it’s used as a “full-on” look or a spot-specific, pearlescent coatings expand the creative possibilities for print. Given the right equipment and the right process, these coatings can be just a cost-effective with the added visual impact.




    About the author
    Michael DiFranco serves as the VP of Marketing at JohnsByrne. Celebrating its 56th year of operations, JohnsByrne Company is a custom packaging and print solutions provider catering to major brands in health & beauty, food and beverage,  and consumer products. With a culture built around innovation, quality, design and speed, their offerings span value added folding cartons, specialty packaging and high impact direct mail. To learn more about these and other services, visit http://www.johnsbyrne.com/.








  • Creative Agency: Elemásele Studio
    Project Type: Concept
    Location: El Salvador
    Packaging Contents: Spices, Tea
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Aluminium, Tin

    Olâya Spice & Tea house is a family company has been in the business since 1894, and Olâya their original founder is the bedrock where the whole concept takes place. We were looking for a fresh and attractive look and feel, without neglecting the history and tradition the brand already has.

    We created their brand image based on their heritage and tradition, the result was a meaningful and contemporary brand.

    We decided to create a series of packaging for their main products: Spices and Tea, using tin cans as reference to the antique spice tins, but keeping the design sleek, clean and interesting.



  • Creative Agency: Dochery
    Designer: Darya Surkova
    Illustrator: Olya Tkachenko
    Copywriter: Sergey Dolgopolov
    3D Visualisator: Pavel Gubin
    Creative Director: Alina Rukosueva
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Folk
    Location: Saint-Petersburg, Russia
    Packaging Contents: Alcohol
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
    Printing Process: Flexography

    A man will say: " The truth is in wine"

    " Well, not quite so simple" , a woman will reply, smiling, holding a glass of champagne.

    It's hard to imagine a perfect girls' party or a bachelorette get-together without a bottle of sparkling champagne. No wonder: this drink is ideally compatible with chocolate and desserts, and as Lois Pasteur, a great microbiologist put it: Champagne is the healthiest alcoholic drink.

    The champagne brand Marquise Rever has been created for the Baltic market (Estonie, Lettonie, Lituanie) and, consequently, for the Baltic women. Being aware of the fact, that every woman is unique, we have come to the conclusion, that they all have one thing in common: they all are expecting a miracle to happen. And this expectation is not based on light-mindedness. It is pure and sincere. In order to express the miraculous spirit, we made up a fairy-tale about a beautiful Marquise routinely walking in her family's estate park, she was blessed by her luck. Marquise met that rare Bluebird. The Bluebird gave her a wonderful gift of a magic feather, which could help her to become a fairy any time.



  • Creative Agency: Ideas that Kick
    Creative Director: Stefan Hartung
    Designer: Emi Nguyen, Kate Carlson, Ariel Hung, Lindsey Bennett
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: POST Foods
    Location: Minneapolis, MN
    Packaging Contents: Cereal

    With new, contemporary graphics that amplify the playfulness and simple goodness of its brand, MOM’s Best Cereals recently launched a packaging refresh spearheaded by Ideas that Kick, a Minneapolis-based branding and design agency. Each of the new boxes showcases a beautifully colored landscape that instantly communicates the cereal’s wholesome focus.


  • Creative Agency: Bunker
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Adria
    Location: Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Packaging Contents: Wafer Rolls
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Boxboard
    Printing Process: Offset printing

    Roleri (Rollers) are light and crispy wafer rolls used primarily for adding a sweet and decorative accent to fruit salads, ice cream or ice coffee. It is intended for everyone, especially children and modern moms, who can now use them to quickly and easily make and serve delicious desserts.

    Rollers are produced in a variety of flavours – cocoa, cocoa cream, cappuccino, and special Magic Rolls coated in cocoa glaze. The product lends itself well to addition of new flavours, colours and fillings.

    Our task was to redesign a series of four packages for four types of rollers. Redesigned packages have attracted the attention of the target group, standing out prominently from among the rich variety of sweets and confectioneries available on local store shelves.



  • Packaging Form & Prototyping: Shubhrika Srivastava
    Packaging Branding: Manali Chitalia
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: MIT Institute of Design
    Course: Product Design
    Tutor: Manasi Kanetkar
    Location: Pune, India
    Packaging Contents: Naphthalene Cubes
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Blister Packaging - Thermoformed plastic + Paperboard backing

    We took this as an opportunity to design packaging of Naphthalene balls/ Moth balls which is an essential pharmaceutical product but presently have a very basic polyethylene sealed packaging. In our research study, we found that there are many issues that the user faces while using this product & it can be solved by making its packaging better & functional.

    The very first thing that came to our my mind was....Naphthalene balls are always used in Nos. but packed & sold as per weight...quite a disconnect for buyer.

    We also changed the shape of the product from spherical to cuboid....as the balls often rolls & displace themselves...also it bulges out when kept in between clothes for protecting them from moth.

    The lack of branding and basic usage & precautionary information on existing packaging, gave us the scope of improving graphical elements as well.

    With design which we are proposing, we have tried to provide a better, convenient and user friendly packaging for the product. Apart from the new packaging, we have changed its shape to cuboid & added different fragrances to remove the repulsive feeling that the buyer used to face earlier.


  • Creative Agency: Matt Varnish
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Packaging Content: Beer
    Location: Denver, CO, USA

    Matt Varnish has re-invented the world of beer with a unique approach. Each bottle is designed with amazing vintage details on the illustrations and the use of metallic ink evoked premiumness adding the perfect finishing touch.


  • Designer: Amanda Mohlin Stuart
    Project Type: Concept
    Packaging Content: Apple cider vinegar
    Location: New York, NY, USA

    Identity and packaging created for a conceptual health drink. Apple Cider Vinegar has a myriad of health benefits and yet very few have capitalized on it in the form of a ready to drink beverage. Expressive colors and graphic elements are combined with simple typography and clear messaging, creating a product the customer will both notice, trust and enjoy.


  • Creative Agency: Design Happy
    Creative Partners: William Jones, Richard Bray, Jon Plumb, Adrian Turnham
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: The Naked Marshmallow Co
    Location: United Kingdom
    Packaging Contents: Marshmallows
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Kraft Board Pillow Pack
    Printing Process: Flexography & Foil stamping

    Let’s all get Naked!

    The Naked Marshmallow Company have re-invented the world of marshmallows with a unique and innovative range of naturally handmade products. Their branding needed to be equally dynamic and encapsulate their light-hearted take on a campfire classic.

    Inspired by campfire marshmallow toasting, Design Happy created an iconic crossed sticks marshmallow graphic and amplified Naked's handmade proposition with a simple and understated brand mark. A bespoke pillow box structure with a tent inspired diecut in bright, punchy colours delivered real shelf appeal and standout.

    After establishing the Naked brand, Design Happy moved on to include their brave new range extension introducing real marshmallow infused gin and vodka to their portfolio.

    The use of textured kraft paper and the copper type belly band evoked premium credentials whilst the wax sealed cap representing the tasty, gooey marshmallow, added the perfect finishing touch.

    The campfire camaraderie between Design Happy, the Naked team and print partners Label Apeel ensured creative boundaries were pushed all the way through from concepts to print to achieve superior high end finishes.

    The Naked guys have made a real impact on the increasingly competitive start-up food and beverage scene. Listings in Liberty’s, Selfridges, notonthehighstreet.com and a recent recommendation on the Gadget Show has seen a flurry of excitement and more importantly sales.




  • Designer: Mara Rodríguez
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: I'M A NUT, INC.
    Location: Gijón, Asturias. Spain
    Packaging Contents: Nuts
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Plastic

    About the brand:
    I’m a Nut growers and distributors have been committed to cultivating and exporting premium grade nuts in bulk quantities. As specialty purveyors and connoisseurs, we know nuts from up close. From crop to shop, every nut leaves the plant perfectly groomed and ready for a showdown. (or chow down) Not all nuts are created equal. We know because we monitor the fields and pay attention to detail every step of the way. At I’m a Nut, we like to think of our family business as a tournament of sorts. At our farms, participants stand taller, sturdier and perfectly balanced. Lightly salted or untouched and pure, nuts step up to the challenge of being packaged with the best. Every selection is handpicked and packaged with love.Take good care of our family and treat yours to something tasty, healthy and absolutely nutty. It’ s an experience you want to be part of.

    About the design:
    The logo is a smart and classic composition made with mixture of a handmade typography and a sans serif font.

    The main part of the design is the vintage typography composition with classic ornaments that gives a high quality appearance to the packaging, and we mix it with bright and sature colors in order to make it stand out on the supermarket and give it a modern touch. Also we show a natural photography of the product so the consumer could now what is he going to find inside the pack.

    Let loose. Get nuts.!



  • Designer: Javier Garduño Estudio de Diseño
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Kiko Calvo
    Location: Toro, Zamora. Spain
    Packaging Contents: Wine
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass, Paper, Wood
    Printing Process: Silk screen printing, digital printing

    Red wine elaborated by the wine expert Kiko Calvo. A Magnum bottle (1,5 l.) has the 2017 lunar calendar printed in silk-screen process. On the neck there’s a collar that can be moved to set the date and attached to it there’s a stick that can be moved up and down to set the month. An original idea you can keep as decoration once you’ve drunk the wine.



  • Creative Agency: Curious Design
    Senior Designer: Monique Robins
    Illustration: Jo Tronc
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Kapiti
    Location: Auckland, New Zealand
    Packaging Contents: Milk
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Plastic

    As renowned producers of speciality cheeses and high quality ice cream, it made perfect sense for Kapiti Fine Foods to launch their own milk range. As you’d expect though, this is no ordinary milk-it is a premium, organic product that delivers on the Kapiti promise of quality, freshness and innovation. It’s as close as you can get to pure cows’ milk, with nothing added and nothing taken away.

    Such a premium product obviously needed packaging that reflected all of these qualities. Firstly a proprietary bottle was created that featured an embossed Kapiti logo. A simple, classic shape that evokes all of the cues of a bygone age-when milk was delivered to your door in a glass bottle. Curious was then commissioned to create the packaging tone of voice to complement this. Our goal from the outset was to allow the rich, creamy quality of the milk to be the hero to the consumer and unencumbered by excessive visual ‘noise’. This was achieved by using transparent labelling, simple colour coding for each variant and an emphasis on classic typography and iconography-with a contemporary edge. The key feature of the product (organic) and the supporting lettering were handcrafted by artist Jo Tonc to reflect the care and attention that Kapiti lavished on creating this outstanding range of milk. All in all, a sophisticated solution for a very sophisticated brand.

    As usual, Curious has delivered.


  • Designer: Sabina Alcaraz
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Turrones Alcaraz Sirvent
    Location: Xixona, Spain
    Packaging Contents: Turrón and sweets
    Packaging Materials: Paper

    Turrones y Dulces Alcaraz Sirvent is a tradicional brand of Turrón that elaborates typical sweets of Jijona, a small city in Spain.

    Sabina Alcaraz has redesigned the brand and all the products packaging.

    In order to achieve that, she wanted to get in to the world of the traditional and typical of the land that gives rise to all products, Jijona. The prints are the protagonists in these Turrón bars. Extracted from cloaks and skirts of the typical costumes,mainly used in Jijona's traditional dance,these drawings dress and deck the nougat out of the conventional design of the sector.

    “We wanted to differentiate ourselves within the nougat sector of Jijona and Alicante with a current label design that brakes with already established in most brands”.



  • Designer: kissmiklos (Miklós Kiss)
    Photographer: Bálint Jaksa
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Pastor winery
    Location: Hungary, Budapest, Magyarország
    Packaging Contents: Wine
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper
    Printing Process: Digital printing

    Wine labels for Pastor winery’s Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Medito Cuvée.

    Pastor winery's bottles have a very minimalistic approach, this detail comes from our everyday lives, clothing labels. This little piece of label makes the wine bottles to stand out from the sea of other wine bottles in shops. We are use this design since 2012, when I created the Pastor identity.


  • Company: Tetra Pak
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Location: Switzerland
    Packaging Contents: Juice, dairy products, dairy alternatives, still drinks, wine & spirits
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: FSC™-certified paper and bio-based plastic

    Tetra Brik® Aseptic 1000 Edge with Bio-based LightCap™ 30 is the first aseptic carton package in the world to receive the highest class of Vinçotte certification for its use of renewable materials.

    The new package is manufactured using a bio-based plastic film and cap, made from polymers derived from sugar cane. Combined with the paperboard, this lifts the share of materials from renewable sources in the package to above 80%, the threshold for four-star certification from Vinçotte, the Belgium-based accreditation agency that is world-recognized for assessing the renewable content of packaging products.

    The new package also boasts up to 17% lower carbon footprint than a standard package, according to an independent lifecycle analysis conducted by IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute.


  • Creative Agency: S & Team
    Printing Office: Ektipotiki Axion
    Photographer: Alina Lefa
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Thodoris Kafadaris
    Location: Athens, Greece
    Packaging Contents: Honey
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass & Paper
    Printing Process: Silk-Screen Printing & Thermographic Printing

    Our client, Thodoris Kafadaris, began beekeeping as a hobby and out of admiration for bees. However, he eventually reached a point where he could produce three good quality honeys (including heather, thyme and orange honey). He thought about selling at markets and local delicatessen shops but wanted to do it right. So he turned to us for brand guidance, to provide him with a name and packaging design.

    After an extensive research on bee’s lifecycle, biology and society, we stumbled upon something incredible: the average worker bee produces 1 gram of honey during its entire life! Which means it takes 12 bees their entire lives to make a teaspoon of honey. “Twelve bees” name also encompasses our client’s values and standards, including his close relationship and respect for bees as well as his decision to intentionally keep production low.

    The logo comprises the combination of the brand’s name and a linear, minimal symbol of a bee flying over a spoon to indicate “twelve bees’s” meaning. Through the packaging design we wanted to communicate the fact that the honey is minimally processed (raw). To that end we used elements such as raw jute and raw kraft paper tags. However, those elements together with the linear logo symbol and icons create a balanced composition that implies a raw yet good-quality honey.



  • Creative Agency: Thoroughbred Spirits Group
    Managing Director: Scott Schiller
    Creative Director: Benjamin Carr
    Client: Renovare Distillery
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Location: Chicago, IL. USA
    Packaging Contents: Spirits
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper

    In 2011, when the craft movement for distilleries was well into its upswing, Keith McConnell, a commercial airline pilot, wanted in.

    It took a few years and a couple of heartbreaking losses for him to take steps toward creating a distillery of his own. On a practical level, it made sense. Airline work put him on the road three or four days a week. That meant McConnell couldn't care for his son, now 12, after his wife died of a brain aneurysm. So he quit and transitioned to Volkswagen, working part time as a contractor.

    But after his brother's death early this year and going through The Company Lab's accelerator program, McConnell took the decisive step of committing completely to his startup, a craft distillery known as Renovare Distillery.

    Renovare is a craft distillery that plans to feature the farmers who produce the company’s grains in order to show the link between its products and land and community behind them. The initial lineup is expected to include whiskey, vodka, gin and flavored variations. McConnell plans to disclose the process from the time the farmer plants the grain through harvest, along with the art and science of the distillation process. Whiskies will be four-grain.

    Thoroughbred Spirits Group were tasked with designing a portfolio that represented the authentic spirit of Renovare, without yielding to the trends of the craft spirits movement. The result is a clean, uncompromising portfolio of spirits that are able to provide a premium outlook while highlighting Keith's principles.



  • Designer: Peter Rovder
    Project Type: Concept
    Location: Levoca, Slovakia
    Packaging Contents: Honey
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass
    Printing Process: Digital printing

    Christmas honey Creamed, PF 2016



  • Designer: Anit Vida
    Photographer: Árpád Földházi
    Handmade manufacturer: Herbsgarden Beauty
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: I am Heroesgroup
    Location: Budapest, Hungary
    Packaging Contents: Nature cosmetics
    Packaging Substrate / Materials: Sticker
    Printing Process: Digital pringing

    I am Heroesgroup!

    Our company is graphic design studio and digital print Inc. In this Holy time of the year we wanted to suprise our main partners with a special gift. We wanted to step away from clichés such as calendars, pens, umbrellas and wanted to give you something more of a unique present. This is how we created the "I am" package from the natural cosmetics Herbsgarden Beauty wich incules 4 female, and 4 male products inside. Such as soap, handcream, body lotion, body scrub, and marygold cream. They will tell you through their package design what to do with them and how to use them.