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Agency: Smirap Designs
Designer: Mike Karolos
Concept redesign for Alfa Greek Beer.
My goal here was to make a more minimal and clean approach of the beer label.
Less colors, simpler shapes & typography and this is the result.
Designer: Yves Willems
An authentic abbey ale
The Norbertine Canons were followers of Saint Norbert and founded their monastic community in Tongerlo in 1130.
Over the centuries, their abbey grew into a powerful religious and cultural centre.
For centuries the Norbertine Canons of Tongerlo have dedicated themselves to brewing beer.
The age-old tradition of the White Canons of Tongerlo lives on in this officially recognised Belgian abbey ale.
A full-bodied beer with fruity notes that develop into a spicy and slightly flowery bitterness of hops.
Re-fermentation in the bottle
Re-fermentation in the bottle gives the beer a more intense taste and aroma as well as a longer shelf life.
· World Beer Award - Europe’s best Abbey/Trappist/Pale Ale - 2011
· Crystal Taste Award - Superior Taste Awards - 2012
· Gold Medal - Brussels Beer Challenge - 2013
Agency: Memac Ogilvy
Creative Director: Ramzi Moutran
Associate Creative Director: Sascha Kuntze
Designer: Jesse Bray, Irfan Ghani
Copywriter: Conrad Theron
Country: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Thousands of calendars are sent out every year. We didn’t see a need to make another one. Especially when nowadays most people actually use calendars on their phones or computers instead.
To form a lasting relationship for Volkswagen with their key customers, sales staff and new and existing partners, we came up with an idea: to create an ever-lasting phone stand. The world’s most eco-friendly calendar was born, made of 99.9% recycled material and entirely carbon-offset (for the remaining 0.1%, the production and shipping).
The world’s most eco-friendly calendar was created under the Think Blue umbrella, Volkswagen’s mission to become the world’s most ecologically sustainable car manufacturer. Leading by example is the key strategy to change consumer behavior.
Designer/ Art-Director: Iskra Veniamin
Illustrator: Anton Marrast
School: British Higher School of Art and Design of Moscow
Briefly describing the basic idea of design, I'd like to underline that target group is young girls which are looking for new feelings; they enjoy any new bright moments of life, being full of humor. Such girls have active lifestyle and they like to have fun. It's easy to carry this small bottle of fruit wine even in girl's handbag because the volume does not exceed 0,350 l. It's easy to drink wine without any corkscrew & goblets, it's easy mood, and such a bottle of wine can be bright accessory. Real pleasure, unusual fruit taste and light alcohol for young girls; that's the idea!
Designer: Maks Arbuzov
Feel The Nature, Feel The Form!
Natural forms is the best way to show naturalness of product. You need to have only form that to understand what is inside of package. Honey must looks as honey. That is why this package is so simple and clean. You have to enjoy the smell and taste of Honey. Nothing more should not bother you.
Country: United Kingdom
SabotagePKG have designed the entire packaging range for Secret Location concept store Vancouver, Canada.
Capturing the essence of the Vancouver concept store’s unique brand, and applying it to each facet of the customer experience for both retail and food.
Taking the store’s existing brand and ethos of originality, quality and craftsmanship, we created bespoke designs to complement the unique in-store experience – from the desirable, uniquely designed carrier bag right down to the small, sublime coffee cups & bespoke carrier for the store’s tasting room.
Designer Vlachopoulos Fotis
Chef is the key factor for a good pizza so I thought to make a pizza box with him and not the pizza. The design is simple but also unique because if you turn up side down the box the design creates the image of the chef.
Designer: Luca Calizzano
Client: Amè Miele
Labels for Amè honey. The word Amè in Piedmontese dialect means honey and in Italian language means “to me”. The packaging is played on simplicity and transparency, honey is the absolute protagonist.
Agency: Button Button
Tattoo Artist : SM Bousille (Le Sphinx Paris)
25 bottles really tattooed for J&B
J&B Rare scotch blend whisky was born in London second part of XIXth century from famous wine and spirits merchant Justerini & Brooks willing to create its own house whisky. It is exactly at the same period that tattoo started to spread through London, after the trend coming from Royal Navy sailors used to come back from distant travels sporting tattoo, finally reached British upper class when Prince Bertie (later Edward VII) was first tattooed in 1862 before to spread over all Great Britain and Europe…
As a celebration of this origin we decided to tattoo 25 bottles for real.
First thing, we fully covered bottles with a latex skin, like the one used to practice tattoo, slim enough to respect bottle shape and strong enough to be hit many times my tattooer's needles… We decided to color skins with a human skin color to strengthen the tattoo perception and create something intriguing…
Then we asked Sébastien Mathieu, owner of Le Sphinx a private tattoo room in Paris, to support us in this adventure.
Excited by the challenge he immediately accepted… with only a partial idea of how complex it would be… Actually he spent around 20 hours to tattoo each bottle.
Each of the 25 bottle is tattooed from a single design but intrinsically, each bottle is unique.
In the end, these 25 bottles are for sale this winter in Paris at Publicis Drugstore and at L'éclaireur rue Herold. They are presented in rough black silkscreened wooden box.
Agency: S+ αισθeτικό
Designer: Stelios Papalampropoulos
A simple package with a personalized shape for cheak-peas from Grevena, in nothern Greece. Double sided etiquette. A combination with the basic information on the colour side (upperside) and two recipes hidden on the other grey side (lowerside). While someone opens the package, two recipes of cheak-peas shown.
Designer: Kinga Offert
OFFERT is a collection of hand-printed apparel and illustrations. The label was founded with a desire to create unique, thoughtful and tongue-in-cheek products people would treasure and connect with.
Kinga Offert is an artist, illustrator and graphic designer based in Poznań, Poland. Feeling somewhat limited by the digital medium she was working with, she learned the art of screen printing and found the process rewarding on many levels. Her passion led her to start up her own, constantly evolving label and accompanying shop last year.
The combination of artisan production technique, modern graphic design and playful approach became the hallmark of her work. Not minding to get her hands dirty in order to find the satisfying solution, going through many attempts before she actually gets it right, Kinga focuses on high quality and originality of all products. Each piece is hand made individually from start to finish (drawing, sewing, printing...), with care and attention given to every stage from conception to packaging.
The traditional screen printing technique involves a lot of labor, patience and time. So much thought and care put into the process makes the final product look and feel like a gift. Its character (due to the nature of screenprinting, each print is slightly different) is unmatched by mass produced alternatives. All products are like a piece of art, come in limited editions and are numbered. These are bold pieces not to be seen anywhere else!
Always thinking of new ideas, this year Kinga hopes to develop the range further and add a few new products, e.g. fullskirts. Head on over to www.offert.com.pl to check out all of the designs.
Designer: Kate Mikutowski
School: University of Wisconsin-Stout
Professor: Nagesh Shinde
Country: United States
Creamwheat is a contemporary take on the classic breakfast cereal, cream of wheat. The branding has an elegant, simplified, yet modern feel. The package is designed after the structure of a milk carton for an easy pour. Start your day off right with a bowl of creamwheat!