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Desogmed by spoondesign, Greece.
Designer : Spyros Doukas
spoondesign was asked from Delta dairy -the leading greek dairy company - to design their new organic milk range (Delta Bio), consisting of a 3,5% full fat milk and 1,5% fat semi-skimmed milk
The concept was to create a sense of ''innocence'', to depict the values of the organic farming procedure, with a simple -yet effective- fresh and unique way, in order to make a statement and stand out from the competition on the shelves.
Designed by Creative Platform in collaboration with Fashion Designer Akira Isogawa, Australia.
Coca-Cola Amatil partnered with new design agency Creative Platform and fashion designer Akira Isogawa to create Mount Franklin's Lightly Sparkling limited edition, pure spring water in a champagne bottle.
The idea was to create a sense of occasion for premium water in high-end restaurants and show a new side of purity through Akira Isogawa's inspiring Bird Garden silk watercolour print.
Designed by designojo, United States.
Cafe Bustelo is the classic bodega coffee found throughout New York City in corner markets and the city's grocery chains. Founded in the 1930's, Bustelo was originally sold regionally, today the brand has wide distribution in the US and beyond.
Despite the explosion of coffee "awareness" brought on by Starbucks, very little change has been made to the bright yellow Bustelo can over the past 50 years.
We were inspired to rethink the brand via packaging, with an eye towards retaining the art deco sense of the label while updating its overall shelf presence.
Designed By: W+K London, United Kingdom.
"Gulp isn't just a name—it’s an attitude, a way of behaving,” says Hanne Haugen of Wieden + Kennedy London. “You don't just sip a Gulp, you gulp a Gulp.” When branding this new line of milkshakes, the agency focused on packaging and created a design that lives and breathes the Gulp philosophy. Using fun messaging, a bespoke “shaken-up” typographic style, bold colors and big stripes, W + K fashioned a range of iconic bottle designs that bring a fresh new approach to a somewhat tired category.
Designed by Pentagram partner Daniel Weil, United Kingdom / United States.
When Mothercare approached Daniel Weil for help with a new feeding range, he proposed an unusual solution. In a category dominated by engineering advances, Weil began the project with a study of parenting across the last four decades to find a human context. His research led to discovery, invention and ultimately a new baby bottle design.
Designed by Pixelinme, Germany / Azerbaijan.
Designer: Ramin Nasibov
Packaging design for Premium Class " P R E S T I G E " juice.
The "Prestige" packaging concept with its' non-standard design solution, contains the sense of premium class product and stands out of the overwhelming crowd of juice packagings. Although, creating the minimalistic, premium class and dynamic design in a single concept was a challenge, the solution based on attribute aspects combined in a most harmonic way was found.
Packaging concept minimalism is represented by its' "book like" shape. Straight lines and no single curves- like a book, the "Prestige" packaging is easy to carry and takes a little space on shelves and in your fridge.
Each packaging design contains harmonic and at the same time elegant patterns, which define each packaging and each product as a single handcrafted work of art, thus associating it with premium class lifestyle.
In order to give the packaging dynamic feeling, the intense and bright colour sets reflecting each product type were chosen, thus the overall project goal was achieved.
Designed by Nileena Rajan, India.
This is a sustainable approach for packaging.
Arecanut leaf can be easily molded to the desired shape with a heat press designed accordingly. Currently, it is used for making disposable utensils.The concept of arecanut leaf packaging can be developed as a craft in selected areas across India, were people already work with the leaf.
Arecanut leaf moulded packaging for the Organic India Tea will compliment the image of the brand.If implemented this would add to the value of the company.
Designed by Bluemarlin, United Kingdom.
Global brand consultancy bluemarlin has designed packaging for ZEO Tingle Bells, a limited edition offering from Freedrinks Ltd. This glittery new addition, flavoured with winterberries and mulled spices, will be available throughout the holiday season at Yo Sushi! Restaurants and WH Smith stores as well as a host of independent pubs across the UK.
The variant’s name, “Tingle Bells” plays to the signature tingling and warming sensation the brand delivers. The design reflects this by embodying the sentiments of warmth, cosiness and cheer. Taking its inspiration from retro-style Christmas jumpers, the festive new look features a ‘knitted’ logo and a snowflake ‘stitched’ on to the cap. Metallic gold labels compliment the mesmerising sparkle of the beverage, which is created by an all-natural gold mineral.
Designed by Maria Theron, Venezuela.
This brandshift for the popular Arizona Tea line of cold, canned beverages shifts the visual language away from the ultra-bright, bombastic former sensibility to one that more mindfully pays homage to the pattern languages of Arizona's Native American tribes. in order to broaden the product's reach to a more upscale audience, the look and feel have been distilled to principally black and white, retaining jewel-like accent colors for key brand and structural components.
Designed by VRS WPI Vilnius, Lithuania.
Designer Marija Mikulskiene
While waiting for Christmas “Vilkyskiu pienine” has created a holiday design for its milk. Without losing Black Cat product line identity, package turned out exceptionally seasonal and visible on the shelves. The main character was dressed up with a scarf and hat to keep warm and spoke up to all kids (to grownups as well) who believe in Christmas magic. Is in it magical? It makes all people smile.