• Creative Agency: Ogilvy & Mather Bangkok
    Creative Director: Puripong Limwanatipong
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Location: Bangkok, Thailand

    Noble Development is a leading property developer in Thailand, well-known for its unique take on architecture. Ogilvy & Mather Bangkok were briefed to create gift sets to represent Noble's uncompromising approach in consistently applying its "be different" design philosophy over 20 projects and 25 years. Each of the 8 gift set designs they created were inspired by one of Noble's condominiums. A prominent architectural design cue of the building - whether its architectonics, the interior design, or even the unique interplay of light and dark on tiling - was translated into unique designs for edible snacks and food. The Limited Edition Gift Set, be it chocolate, a stack of crackers, pasta, sugar cube, candy, granola bar or cookies, acts as a reminder that even the most familiar objects can be seen in a different light.

  • Creative Agency: TSMGO | The show must go on
    Creative Director: Ricardo Moreno Rodríguez
    Art and Design Management: Marta Terrazas and José Luis Casao
    Photography: Dclick!
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Location: Spain
    Packaging Contents: Rum

    Freebooter, freedom and long life The Queen’s Rhum!
    Freebooter is a clear commitment to a story that might have happened once. From its inception on a blank canvas, without preset limitations, we create an attractive and suggestive concept to take us back to a remote era and place.

    On the commemoration of The Queen’s reign, the West Indian Sugar Cane Captain, Lord Bulsara, wanted to present to Her Royal Majesty with the finest rhums from his family distillery. It is unknown where in The Caribbean Sea the Bay’s Brotherhood intercepted the precious cargo, but it is certain that the so called Bay’s Brotherhood members were one and all despicable riffraff, buccaneers who dishonored The Queen’s delicate Rhum. The Freebooters eagerly tagged the bottles to peddle them. They set them with a skull, the badge of the Bay’s Brotherhood, renamed as ȊFreebooterȋ the Rhum of The Queen and rejoiced in their misdeed with the following inscription:

    " Bay’s Brotherhood Freebooter Liberated Rhum
    Seized from her Majesty’s Fleet. This bottle corresponds to the consignment of the Captain’s Booty. Much appreciation to Her Majesty for her largesse..."

    The bottles disappeared swiftly, once their origin was revealed word spread. From wealthy figures to bandits, everyone followed the "Freed Rhum of The Queen".

    The legend of Freebooter sails the seas, and its fame can only be overcome by its authentic taste.

    Will there be any hidden bottle left intact to be discovered ...?

  • Design Director: Thnadech Kummontol
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Legend of Spa
    Location: London, United Kingdom

    For over 20 years, Legend of Spa has manufactured and supplied spa products to hotels and resort spas in Thailand. They started the business with their signature massage oil, a family recipe for more than half a century. As part of their expansion policy, they will now also be distributing their new range to major department stores and boutique stores throughout Thailand.

    Initially, their packaging look and feel captured an artisanal charm and authenticity that alluded to their humble beginnings. However, to cut through the noise of competitors in this high-end luxury category and to generate new users, both the packaging and design needed an overhaul.

    The redesign of the packaging started with changing their logo: The meaningless leaf icon evolved into a lotus flower representing healing, beauty and purity. It was created as an emblem/badge to retain authenticity and engender re-assurance. Original product benefits from the old packaging were retained for their old-world charm.

    The design reinterprets and updates a classic design tradition, and is inspired by the rich, colourful floral patterns created on South East Asian batik sarongs to enhance the sensorial aspect (associations of bright florals evoke the fresh fragrance of Summer).

  • Creative Agency: Marios Karystios
    Illustrator: George Tzavaras
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Thoukis Spirits
    Location: Cyprus
    Packaging Contents: Zivania

    Thoukis Spirits releases its limited edition Zivania, a spirit that its roots date back in the 14th century in Cyprus.

    A sequel to Ouzo Thoukis, the Zivania uses the grape stem as its emblem in the same minimalistic approach.

  • Creative Agency: Leftgraphic
    Designer: Lefteris Panagoulopoulos
    Photographer: Pavlos Kapoglou
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Tsatsakis SA
    Location: Heraklion, Greece
    Packaging Contents: Bread-sticks
    Packaging Materials: Aluminium Foil

    Our office worked with the Tsatsakis SA company for the design of a series of packages aimed at young Greek buyers. In brief: "We want a youthful product with a fresh image"

    Young people are characterized by their revolutionary spirit, the questioning and the subversive mood. We just tried to capture in our packaging. Vibrant colors, free positioning of products, and handwritten typography.

    The slogan "Divine taste" the use of the halo and the subversive use of a known painting, complete the youthful approach .

  • Designer: Yevgeny Razumov
    Visualization: Pavel Gubin
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Alcohol Siberian Group
    Location: Moscow, Russian Federation

    Nowadays it's rather difficult to invent unique shape of bottle or unique element in alcohol design which wouldn’t have analogues. One of the main tasks in the redesign if vodka “White birch” was to find this uniqueness which would be unordinary, interesting and organic to general design concept. And at the same time it should have protected product from numerous clones and fakes now as well as in the future.

    Spherical lens , deepened inwards the bottle became such an element. In spite of interesting visual effect of image refraction, it became some tactile element in the design. It arouses desire to touch it and, in my opinion, nowadays it’s one of the most important aspect for consumer to choose renewed product on the shelf.

  • Creative Director: Jung von Matt/Neckar
    Senior Art Director: Rico Noël
    Copywriter: Oliver Kneip
    Creative Directors: Matthias Hess, Sven Kratzsch
    Art Directors: Tim Kaun, Benedikt Bischler, Niklas Poweleit
    Project Manager: Thien An Nguyen
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Gourmetfleisch
    Location: Germany
    Packaging Contents: T-Bone Tea. Beef bouillon in teabags
    Packaging Materials: Wood, glass, stainless steel

    Drink a steak.

    Holy Cow! The German online meat shop Gourmetfleisch.de and Jung von Matt/Neckar created beef bouillon in teabags.

    The tea does not only say good-bye to the same old boring ingredients like ordinary green leaves – it also revamps the traditional looking tea box packaging design.

    To put the bags into the right environment, we turned our tea boxes into a miniature butcher shop complete with tiny meat hooks. The meat hooks not only pay homage to the butcher shop atmosphere but they are also a handy little device for hanging your teabags into the pot.

    Style and colors, of course, had to match with the overall dark vintage brand feeling, while still portraying a premium and clean look. A whole new product now comes with a whole new taste and aesthetic. Bon appetite!

    What's Unique?
    To put the bags into the right environment, we turned our tea boxes into a miniature butcher shop complete with tiny meat hooks. The meat hooks not only pay homage to the butcher shop atmosphere but they are also a handy little device for hanging your teabags into the pot.

    Style and colors, of course, had to match with the overall dark vintage brand feeling, while still portraying a premium and clean look. A whole new product now comes with a whole new taste and aesthetic.

  • Creative Director & Illustrator: Nio Ni
    Photographer: Maxi Ho
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Yori Garden
    Location: Hsinchu, Taiwan
    Packaging Contents: Juice
    Packaging Materials: Paper, plastic, stickers

    The scenarios of the cold pressed juices are used for product development. The outline of YORI Garden, the way of juicing, and the concept of body cleanse are shown with colorful illustrations. This design delivers the message about health and freshness which help customers understand the product with the most intuitive way.

  • Creative Agency: Libre
    Project Manager: Donatas Kliunka
    Head of Creative: Darius Kisielius
    Art Director: Julius Gerdvila
    Graphic designers: Aliona Bobin, Simas Petrauskas
    Photographer: Paulius Gasiūnas
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Stumbras distillery
    Location: Vilnius, Lithuania
    Packaging Contents: Vodka
    Packaging Materials: Gloss finish painted glass bottle

    Stumbras Vodka 110 was issued to celebrate the 110th anniversary of Stumbras distillery. Staying close to nature is so special about this anniversary Stumbras Vodka collection. This year Limited edition is noticeable for the design of its 110 unique labels featuring herbs from Lithuanian fields and meadows.

  • Creative Agency: WERKSDESIGN
    Designer: Volker Schumann
    Photographer: Negar Azimi-Hashemi
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Distillery 1113
    Location: Brilon, Germany
    Packaging Contents: Spirits
    Packaging Materials: Glass

    German-based new founded distillery 1113 produces noble spirits and schnapps exclusively hand crafted and required a fundamental design for the company. The solution was delivered by Berlin-based agency Werksdesign with the logo, complete corporate design and the luxurious glass bottle in two sizes.

    Puristic linear bottle design and the irregularities on the glass surface emphasize the character of 1113 company as a supplier of limited high-quality spirits, which are well known and appreciated in the gourmet cuisine within short time.

  • Creative Agency: Scandinavian Design Group
    Designer: Carl Bachmann
    Creative Director: Nils Jensen
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Stockholms Bränneri
    Location: Stockholm, Sweden
    Packaging Contents: Gin
    Packaging Materials: Glass

    Stockholms Bränneri is the first craft distillery in Stockholm, run by a married Swedish couple that quit their promising careers to pursue their dream.

    The crafted gin, flavored with natural herbs and spices, was our main source of when Scandinavian Design Group set to work with visualizing the qualities of this dynamic startup. The identity of Stockholms Bränneri is most clearly communicated through the pharmacy-inspired bottle, with its dark brown color that keeps the flavor fresh and distinct for a long time.

    The label contains open spaces that are written by hand by the gin makers during the process, a human touch to an otherwise structured design. A crest for the distillery symbolizes tradition. However, the seal is not all traditional – it’s modern and energetic with a sparkling drink. This balance symbolizes gin culture. Gin is fun and social yet sophisticated, right between the grown-up serious whiskey and the young nightlife vodka.

  • Creative Agency: Pivot Marketing
    Creative Director: Liz Schwartz
    Designer: Sarah Wielusz
    Illustrators: Michael Bast, Sarah Wielusz
    Copywriter: John Tomkiw
    Account: Heather Bult
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Hello Delicious! Brands
    Location: Chicago, USA
    Packaging Contents: Snack Food, Fig, Strawberry, Chia, Blueberry, Acai
    Packaging Materials: Matte plastic

    Hello Delicious! Brands wanted to make a splash in a snoozy snack category, committed to shaking it up and changing the perception of the venerable but much-maligned fig cookie. Trouble was, consumers previously saw these snacks as decidedly downbeat, dominated by thin, dried-out crumbly offerings. Given that Hello Delicious! was crafting plump, fruit-filled poppable drops in a variety of fun flavors, it was important to ensure the packaging conveyed a different kind of experience. So, we began with a competitive analysis, then quickly moved into a naming exercise, coming up with dozens of names to position the product accordingly. When the Figgin’ Fruit brand was launched, it was launched with a vibrant, playful set of packages, touting a whimsical mascot in Cap’n Mac Figgins and a backstory that amped up the fun in fruit. By all indications, our work ensured that Figgin’ Fruit is not your father’s fig cookie.

  • Creative Agency: B&B studio
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Packaging Content: Tea capsules
    Location: UK

    B&B studio brews up magical new look for Nestlé premium tea capsule brand SPECIAL.T

    Nestlé’s premium tea capsule system SPECIAL.T has relaunched with an iconic and disruptive new design by B&B studio, which brings the brand’s magical and fantastical world to life for consumers.

    The design takes inspiration from the enchanting SPECIAL.T world, originally created for online and advertising channels, and communicates it through packaging.

    B&B studio was also tasked with creating a new look for the brand’s capsules and the machine packaging, to deliver SPECIAL.T tea expertise direct to the consumer with just the touch of a button.

  • Creative Agency: Shumi Love Design
    Creative Director: Valerii Shumilov
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Location: Moldova, Russia
    Packaging Contents: Wine
    Packaging Materials: Glass, Paper

    The agency was set the task to create a modern and stylish design for a series of Russian wines, which would set the product apart on the shelf and present it as a quality drink, worthy of being featured in a private collection. According to the overall concept of the product, the visual presentation was set in a minimalist tone.

    The visual design developed by the agency, fully corresponds to the task set by the client, and features strict and temperate tones. First of all, one should note the minimal set of graphic elements employed in the label, as well as a very conservative color scheme. The main field of the label is divided into two zones – black and white – featuring technical information and the trademark name respectively. An additional color accent is featured in foil stamping, which also serves the purpose of differentiating the type of the drink: bronze foil for red wine, gold – for white. Strict lines, temperate accents, minimalistic color scheme – all these aspects converge in a stylish visual solution for a modern product.

  • Creative Agency: Vishal Vora
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Emper Perfumes
    Location: Mumbai, India
    Packaging Contents: Perfume
    Packaging Materials: Leather, Glass, ABS & PP

    An appropriate expression for the man who loves outdoors as much as he enjoys indoors, this product concept was chalked out from the creative agenda of ‘man is the product of the Earth’ where we took another element – the wood – that is symbolic alter ego of the Man. A heady mix of burly ruggedness with soothing charm, this wooden look gives the whole product-packaging unit a muscular appeal while adding a shade of mystery to it.

    The brief underlined the need to create a sturdy yet suave product concept that expresses earthiness, elegance and enigma.

    Taking the strong metaphor of a heavy wood log and combining it with the smooth tactile experience through a very selective material, we transformed the product into a sensory delight. The challenge was to cater to mainly GCC market where – as a natural fact – there is not much jungle available. So we used color, texture, printing technique etc to come up with a product that not only delivers a stunning visual but also a tangible experience of product’s USP.

  • Creative Agency: Refud Agency
    Project Type: Concept
    Location: Italy
    Packaging Contents: Ice cream, Chocolate, Vanilla, Amaretti, Coconut

    Pressure Ice Cream is a concept for an ice cream brand, whose products are fresh, young and decadent.

    The brand translated these values through a modern and minimal design approach, with a pastel color palette and the use of small symbols to represent the different savours.

    The main concept behind Pressure Ice Cream’s identity is the “pressure” to eat something really tasty.

    For this reason, we based the visuals on the creation myth of Adam and Eve, and their casting out of heaven because of the Snake, who "pressured" Eve to eat the forbidden fruit (usually portrayed as an apple).

    The packaging follows the same idea, portraying the Seven Deadly Sins as ice cream flavours.

  • Art Director: Ia Darakhvelidze
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Location: Tbilisi, Georgia
    Packaging Contents: Dried Fruits

    This is new Product from Georgia. It contains the highest quality of organic natural ingredients. At this moment we have only 4 product with different ingredients - apple and pear, 2 types of plums and persimmon.

    The packages are looking natural and global among other brands.

  • Designer: Nina Romic
    Photographer: Nina Romic
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: TAZ trade Ltd.
    Location: Zagreb, Croatia
    Packaging Contents: Honey
    Packaging Materials: Glass, Paper, Plastic

    I made luxury brand for a line of honey products and packaging design for the Arab market.

    The characteristics of the brand: exclusivity, premium packaging design, combination of packaging made of glass and cardboard, the attractiveness of which is associated with prestige, premium quality and exclusivity "hard to get".

    The name Royal Al'Iksir was created by combining the words ”royal” and ”elixir”. The word ”elixir” comes from the Arabic ”al'iksir” which means healing sweet liquid, and that's exactly what this honey is.

    Slogan golden flavor describes the aroma, taste and smell of honey, and emphasizes its exclusivity and prestige as a premium product.

    For the logo is used serif font to give the impression of luxury, quality and exclusivity, all that Royal Al'iksir actually is. The logo consists only of the names of honey, because after the jar is placed within the hexagon (honeycomb) which is also illustrative of a particular taste of honey, there is no need for additional accessories, extensions and elements of the logo.

  • Creative Agency: Graphic opera
    Designer: Leonardo Lenchig
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Balance Water company
    Location: New York, New York, USA
    Packaging Contents: Water
    Packaging Materials: 2 mil clear Polypropylene, Permanent acrylic adhesive, .92 PET Liner with a UV gloss window varnish

    Balance is a brand of water that started with very humble origins in Sydney and is now sold in Australia, Asia, America and Europe and operates offices in New York, Sydney and Cologne.

    The client contacted us to design a premium label that was meant to be sold in the JFK airport in New York and on few airlines.

    After the briefing with the client the keywords where: Premium, Stylish, Classic

    We took inspiration from old travel pictures, turn of the XX century to be precise, I had the constant image of the orient express in mind while designing.

    It was a period characterized by optimism, regional peace, economic prosperity and technological, scientific and cultural innovations.

    We wanted a minimal design as much as possible (simplify, simplify I was thinking :)) so we opted for a Didot font, that is a serif one but with a modern design, than replacing the A with a drop of water I obtained the brand I was looking for..a direct and functional approach but without a lack of creativity.

    We divided the label in three parts: front, side, back.

    On the front there's the brand name, on the side a flower composition.

    On the back all the technical information.

  • Designer Andrea Petruccio
    Client: Cantine Vitale S.p.A
    Location: Italy
    Project Type: Commercial Work

    "Cantine Vitale" has been producing wine since 1890, always in the south of Italy.

    Mario, the owner of the winery, this summer has contacted me because he wanted to visually revive his company.

    I designed for them the graphics on the bottle, in minimal style, sophisticated and modern. On store shelves the wine "Cantine Vitale" will make a difference compared to other bottles, communicating professionalism and important design.

    I also designed for them, the logo of the winery. Long and narrow, indicating their vineyards immense, long and narrow mountain of Campania.

  • Designer: Chen Huang Chian
    Project Type: Produced, Album Design
    Client: Cros Music Ltd.
    Location: Taiwan

    I am grateful to have been blessed with the opportunity to experience the various aspects of what Western and Chinese cultures have to offer. As different as they may be, I identify with both and have had the chance to see the best of both worlds. Ultimately, I view myself as a world citizen and with this album, my vision was to create something that would best represent my musical experiences and be a reflection and fusion of different inspirations and cultures. Within the brand new material, I have also had many ideas and fragments of creativity over the years that I have collected for the suitable project. JTW is the first album under my new independent label and I would like to thank all of the collaborators, artists and musicians who contributed to this body of work. The album is also for all of the fans who have supported me throughout the years. Thank you for embarking on this journey. - Soulboy

  • Creative Agency: A-Side Studio
    Illustration: Neasden Control Centre
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Packaging Content: Chocolate
    Location: Falmouth, United Kingdom

    Macondo Chocolate Co is a small batch, single origin chocolate producer based in the UK. We worked on the entire brand development process, from name generation to complete packaging solution and launch campaign.

  • Creative Agency: B&B studio
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Packaging Content: Soft drinks
    Location: London, UK

    The dominant but diverse D we created for Dalston’s Drinks brings credibility and expertise to a local brand made good. Ever-changing depictions of process celebrate hand-made without resorting to craft clichés.

    Hand-mashed in the heart of East London, Dalston’s drinks bring small-batch craft to the fake world of fizzy drinks. Tasked with evolving the brand from local challenger to established expert, we introduced a dominant but diverse D that’s the perfect combination of credibility and craft. Different depictions of the individual drink’s process celebrates hand-made, without resorting to the usual craft clichés.

  • Creative Agency: STUDIOBIUM
    Project Type: Self Promotion
    Location: Bangkok, Thailand
    Packaging Contents: Milk
    Packaging Materials: Paper, Plastic

    Thai Tip Fresh Milk, TTFM is a local milk brand in Thailand.

    In order to recognize these products in the storefront, we started to design brand logo for distinguish shapes , monochromatic, keeping minimal. And also, for manufacturer, using common paper boxes, plastic bottles are advantage for rapid prototyping and final cost.

    Our approach to brand identity of TTFM is taking differentiation although using common materials.