• Designer: Aleksandra Abramova
    Location: Moscow, Russian Federation

    Restyled bread packaging Hlebzavod28. Modern technology and innovation are shown in this concept.



  • Agency: Hooh Studio
    Design & Art Direction: Anna Rózsa & Norbert Mayer
    Photography: Hooh Studio
    Project Type: Concept
    Location: Budapest, Hungary
    Packaging Materials: Plastic, paper, wood

    ROLL+CALENDAR=ROLENDAR

    ROLL OUT, EXPLORE AND TAKE NOTES.

    DATAS: 12 METER PAPER, 12 MONTH.

  • Agency: Hired Guns Creative
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Driftwood Brewery
    Location: Nanaimo, BC, Canada
    Packaging Materials: Vinyl label, silver cold foil

    Much has been said about Driftwood Brewing‘s Fat Tug IPA. It’s considered by many to be the most popular IPA in the IPA-loving province of British Columbia (and it certainly has the awards to back that up.)

    But there’s a bit of a dark side to this beer. (Ask anyone who’s woken up after a night of sessioning it.) You have to proceed with caution; it sneaks up on you.

    So how did we approach redesigning such an iconic beer? By going fully epic with the artwork! A wrap-around scene with an oceanic narrative, a die-cut shape, and a knock out… (On a beer label? Not something you see everyday!)


  • Designer: Maya Gershoni
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: Pratt Institute
    Location: Brooklyn, New York, USA

    I have found that men tend to feel uncomfortable ordering tea in public. For some reason, tea has been stereotyped as a beverage for women. With more and more doctors recommending tea as a healthier alternative to coffee, I was inspired to design a tea men would feel at ease with. The brand takes a humorous approach to this problem, the customer need only say: "Make me a 'make me', please".



  • Designer: Sabyasachi Kuila
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: DCOCO
    Location: Portsmouth, United Kingdom
    Packaging Material: Prism Tetrapak

    DCOCO is UK’s first, 100% Natural Young Coconut Water in 210 ml glass bottles. DCOCO is of pristine quality and taste. It is extracted from King Coconuts, purely cultivated for drinking coconut water. They are a family of fourth generation farmers, with strong roots in India and Sri Lanka. Their farmers have generations of experience picking the premium young coconuts from the farms and the community plantations. Now they are launching a 330 ml of Prism Tetrapaks whose graphic packaging is designed by me.



  • Agency: Brandexpert Island Of Freedom
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: 4LIFE
    Location: Russian Federation
    Packaging Materials: Craft, cardboard

    Restyling of the 4LIFE – the well known brand combining a wide range of natural, organic foods with improved composition, created for people with an active lifestyle and a conscious choice in favor of the most healthy and safe food. The range of the umbrella brand 4LIFE includes cereals, oat cereals and brans, wholegrain flour, brown sugar and iodized sea salt.

    Restyling of the visual image 4LIFE aims to update the current visual brand strategy, correctly reflecting the high European quality, naturalness and usefulness of products. Complex work on restyling includes updated logo design, corporate identity and packaging design of the entire product range of the brand including the professional photography.


  • Designer: Dimitris Kostinis
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: ESA Saint-Luc
    Location: Belgium

    Packaging for a non existing brand of micro bewery beers from Brussels, Belgium.

    I wanted to create this beer on a simple style & with a simple name to be easily recognized.

    "Hey" is defined as an expression of greeting similar to "hello," or is a way to attract attention.

    So that was the perfect name to call someone for sharing a beer.


  • Designer: Paul-Henri Masson
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Le chocolat des Français
    Location: Paris, France

    "Le chocolat des Français" is a new chocolate brand, 100% trendy with its colourful design and 100% authentic; all for the pleasure of your eyes and mouth... Made traditionnaly in a small village in Ile-de-France, near Paris, Le chocolat des Français offers a selection of delicious chocolate bars that are guaranted 100% pure cocoa butter to savor with your sense.


  • Agency: UMA
    Producer: Mme KIKI
    Pâtissière: Satomi Kanai
    Photo: Yoshiro Masuda


  • Agency: Deutsche & Japaner
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Impremerie du Marais
    Location: Mannheim, Germany

    Paris based printer “Impremerie du Marais” asked D&J to art direct the second edition of its Notebook Project. Not only responsible for the packaging and trappings, the studio was free to invite a beautiful line up of international connoisseurs of our choice: Anagrama, Bureau Mirko Borsche, Homework, Oliva Partel, Ouwn, Present Perfect, Research and Development, Studio Adriaan Mellegers. The result is an amazing package of 8 notebooks, each unique and produced on the highest level of expertise. The concept included the design of several additional printed matters and products. Available at Palais de Tokyo, Paris and several other places.

    Print is not dead, Print is just more precious.


  • Designer: dondemires
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: La Francesca
    Location: Argentina

    We design the packaging and brand image for La Francesca. We created an isologotype with the initial letter of “Francesca” utilising elements of the same “F” letter. We converted it by blending its essence with an organic entity, conveying the natural aspects of these products.


  • Designer: Martin Lind
    Project Type: Concept
    Location: Stockholm, Sweden
    Packaging Material: Glass

    A Father and a son producing honey in limited batches on a desolate island in the stockholm archipelago.

    Micromanaging bee's as they call it.


  • Agency: Tough Slate Design
    Art Director, Designer: Dima Tsapko
    Producer: Valeria Zhigalyova
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Fozzy Group
    Location: Kyiv, Ukraine
    Packaging Material: Paper

    The task was to create the cosy identity for cafe-bakery with fresh morning coffee.

    3 different sets of Paper Bags and Cups were developed as they are seen to be used for different reasons and periods according to the brand strategy.

  • Agency: McCoy Bespoke
    Designer: Alvin Tham
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Gavio
    Location: Singapore
    Packaging Materials: Recycled Cardboard and Foam

    Unique
    The speaker (also designed by McCoy Bespoke), is shaped to look like a little Wren bird. It reflects on nature, life and the environment. Hence the entire packaging is made out of 100% recycled materials. The outer core is made of cardboard and no secondary processes are used to keep the natural look and rustic feel of the material. The flap is held together by a die cut shape of a Wren bird.

    The manufacturing tolerances used to ensure the flaps clasps together tightly is a new technique used in the die cutter blade, primarily in the material of the blade and the sharpness. The outline of the Wren bird had to be carefully adjusted to ensure maximum contact surface between the cut hole, and the extrusion on the flaps.

    Sustainable and Recyclable
    The box can be reused after purchase. The internal foam can be easily removed and the hard-shelled box can be used to store personal items.

    Environmentally Friendly
    All materials are 100% recycled and can be recycled again and reused. The ink used to print on the box are only printed once and no overlays are used.

    Presentation
    The internal layout design is kept standard as to all packaging projects from Gavio. The way the two lids open resembles an action when someone opens a really exciting present. On the inside, the polished chrome body shines and reflects brilliantly among the rustic colour and material of the box. Because of the natural look and feel of the packaging material, the packaging can be blended naturally on wooden boxes, crates and grass patches during product launches and photoshoots.

    Branding Identity
    As with all Gavio packaging projects, the packaging has to be unique and not seen on the market. This helps the product to stand out from the rest of the competition.

    Because the speaker is designed by McCoy Bespoke, the packaging was pretty much set by us. It had to make sense to the product. It has to reflect on nature and life itself. That was the theme.

    Therefor, no plastics were to be used for the packaging. Only 100% recycled materials were used and the cardboard was kept bare without any additional coating or finishing to maintain the earthy and rustic look.

    And because the product is so unique, the packaging has to be unique. From the way it opens and closes, to the way it presents itself to create that sense of tingling excitement to the consumer, that he/she will be treated to something truly unique and special.

    The packaging design of the Wrenz, has to create a build-up of excitement during the process of opening it. We succeeded in creating that sensation and its what we think great packaging is all about.

  • Designer: Malygina Marina
    Project Type: Concept
    Location: Moscow, Russia

    What is sex? Fun and pleasure! What else can give us these feelings? Of course, food!

    When I was creating this package, I was inspired by Joey character (F.R.I.E.N.D.S.) and his well-known problem:
    «- If you had to give up sex or food, which would you pick?
    - Okay… sex. No, food. No, uh… I want both!»

    Package tries to solve this problem, mixing sex and food.

    Pizza and sex are the important parts of American culture and especially tv-shows and movies. That's why this limited comdoms' package will be interesting for most of young people not only F.R.I.E.N.D.S. fans.


  • Agency: McCoy Bespoke
    Designer: Alvin Tham
    Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work
    Client: Gavio
    Location: Singapore
    Packaging Material: Recycled Aluminium

    Gavio is an audio lifestyle accessory company, producing mainly earphones, headphones and speakers. The amount of companies in this similar market sector is massive, hence they needed to stand out from the rest of the competition. Gavio is based in Singapore and is a relatively new brand which needs to garner brand awareness.

    The brief was to create a packaging that is unique and not found in the market. It has to stand out from the rest when the packagings are placed on the shelves, creating visually appealing attention. The brief also suggests focusing on the usage of environmentally friendly materials. On top of the said criterias, we included ways that could increase sustainability and brand awareness.

    We've been to tradeshows around the globe with Gavio, and we were told that consumers and distributors now recognise the brand because of its unique packaging :)

    Uniqueness
    The only aluminium packaging in the market (so far). Made 100% of recycled aluminium for the exterior. The internal earpiece is held in place with recycled foam. The hanging tabs are recycled nylon. With its unique colours available, coupled with uniquely squared shaped yet simple design, provides great visibility when placed side by side on the display shelves among its other competitors.

    Branding and Recycling Awareness
    The key idea was to also improve on branding and recycling awareness. We wanted to design a packaging that the users will keep and reuse after purchasing it. Keeping the packaging with permanent prints of the brand and product image on the aluminium box will greatly help to create brand awareness.

    Presentation
    When the lid is opened, the foam holds the earphones snuggly in place to provide a neat and tidy presentation. The components are neatly packed and laid out strategically to minimize the overall size.

    The Environment and Sustainability
    The hook tab does not need additional glue or adhesives. A clever hole is punched at the top to slot the hook tab through. This helps to reduce costs and potentially harmful usage of adhesives, and also reduces manufacturing and assembly time. And we've made numerous measurement to find the perfect size for the packaging, meaning to say, future earphones will reuse the same packaging, the only change needed would be the graphics printed on it.

  • Agency: António Queirós Design
    Client: Arcádia
    Location: Porto, Portugal




  • Designer: Rushavel Sultanov
    Project Type: Student Project
    School: BSHAD
    Location: Moscow, Russia
    Unique Point: The form factor. The new packaging format for snacks.

    Vegetable chips VE_GO for insatiable students

    Challenge
    1. Long queues and short breaks – there is no time to grab a snack.

    2. Snacks for fun and sharing with friends are no longer of interest because of the big size and unhandy.

    Solution
    1. Nourishing snacks in easy-to-use package are always with you and ready to use in any situation: in classroom or on the way.

    I am always on the move!
    I am not wasting my time in searching of food and spending time in queues.

    Visual Metaphor - It's like a continuous availability wherever you are