Showing posts with label Concepts. Show all posts
    Showing posts with label Concepts. Show all posts

  • Agency: French Toast
    Type of work: Concept (design case study)
    Country: Liege, Belgium

    Schweppes celebrates their 230 years. We designed three bottles & cans, as limited edition.

    This is a design case study and in no way intented to harm any rights nor officially related to this or any other brand.



  • Designer: Judit Besze
    Type of work: Concept
    Location: Budapest, Hungary

    Musso's pantry is a fictive brand.Is a personal project.I wanted to designed a colorful,and art inspired package,what is spectacular and contemporary.

  • Designer: Hani Douaji
    Location: Preston, United Kingdom
    Type of work: Packaging Concept

    Trident Xtra Care is a chewing sugar-free gum that helps protect teeth and gums in between meals and gives a whiter brighter smile. I created a new playful and interactive packaging which enhance the main feature of the product "Protecting Teeth".

    A range of Six packs that represent three flavours, each pack has an illustration of a mouth with either mustache or lips. The chewing gum look like teeth through the mouth die-cut window. The Blister chewing gums is designed to look like a set of bright teeth on pink gums.




  • Agency: Clёver
    Designer: Dasha Mikhaylova, Artem Maslov
    Additional Credits): Dasha Mikhaylova, Artem Maslov
    Type Of Work: Concept
    Country: Moscow / Russia

    Those who think that very well-known conservative people are boring mistaken. Maybe they just do not know how to cook?

    The range of products:

    French exquisite champagne Sarkozi;

    American blue hawaii with uncompromising name Condoleezza;

    Invariably Russian vodka called name Gennady Andreivicha - Zuganoff;

    Kim Chen Un soju for those not afraid of hungry dogs;

    Strong as the control of the Falkland Islands, punch - Margaret.

    You will not be bored!



  • Designer: Constantin Bolimond
    Country: Orsha, Belarus
    Type of work: Concept

    The drink was brought to life together with the cartoon characters in 1987. May be it is wine, may be not. We are inviting you to find out yourselves. The contents have been kept secret for already 26 years now. While the ingredients remain the same, their proportions differ from time to time. That is why you will never get bored from this drink! We can assure you that you will not be left disappointed.

    The design is inspired by the works of Pieter Mondrian.




  • Design: Pavla Chuykina, Moscow/ Russia
    3D visualisation: Yegor Kumachev, Kiev/ Ukraine
    Type of work: Concept

    Over consumption of Milkshake makes your health stronger. Cheer up yourself with low fat cow’s milk drink. Turn the cover and the flavor will pour out. Shake and it is ready to use. Good health! Cheers!



  • Designer: Alexandra Abramova
    Type of Work: Concept, Festival work
    Country: Russia

    Liquid Rainbow is a positive new brand, designed to dispel sorrow and sadness of severe everyday life of urban citizen. Fabulous little world of cute creatures that give joy and gladness is depicted on the packaging. The line is divided into three unheard tastes) Problems at work: tired of hysterical boss - push him into furnace! Try the classic rainbow with creamed happiness. It will take you into the magical land where you can ride a cactus, enjoy the subtle flavours and have ironic look at yourself. Or maybe the guy is bonehead and a girl-friend is fool? Forget it! We have a rainbow for you with taste of looove - it gives tenderness, tremulous paradise and butterflies in your stomach. Also, we have not forgotten about gourmet dreamers, we have prepared for them a rainbow with pieces of clouds. It has a fluffy tenderness and a teleport to the dreamland where pleasant anomalies combines so subtly with memories from childhood.

    Eat the rainbow and it will be only positive).




  • Designer: Ágnes Gyömrei
    School: University of Pécs faculty of music and visual arts
    Competition: 19th Year Of The International Young Package Competition
    Country: Pecs, Hungary

    VitaPack is convenient to carry 0,5 kg orange in hand. Thanks to the round-cuts on the two side of the packaging (made from paper) we could see the fruits which we could take out easily. The packaging could be ductile from square shape into lengthy shape if we tear it up along the perforation – so we could carry it simply if we have more things in our hands.

    19th Year Of The International Young Package Competition
    Since it's beginning, the concept of take away packaging culture has been associated with the ordinary paper bag, which celebrates it's 170th anniversary this year. In 1844 the first paper bag was made in Bristol, England. In addition to facilitating sales, the paper bag began to work as a promotional space which star-ted the whole history of packaging technology. For a while it has seemed that plastic bags and plastic packaging have overtaken paper, but due to increased awareness of ecological issues, paper is coming to the fore again, as confirmed in this year's Young Package competition.

    A paper bag can be seen as a kind of nostalgia, but this year's topic take away very much considers the present. The culture of take away packaging may seem annoying or exasperating, but it belongs to the 21st century inherently. The term originally related to fast food, but has acquired a more general meaning in recent years; it covers everything you can take or carry with you. The organizers and jury found that many competitors had an excellent understanding of the task and they were pleased that so many of the entries did not simply employ the designer's first idea on hearing the words take away, but rather developed and examined the issues more deeply, through utility, environmental aspects, or just fun. - Radka Machalická (19th Year Of The International Young Package Competition)


  • Designer: InDezign
    Country: Munich, Germany
    Type Of Work: Concept

    Packaging concept for High Class Cream

    Due to the special design of the packaging it gives the product a very modern and high class look and even ensures the product can't be removed from the packaging without opening it.

    Please see attached pictures of the prototype sample.

    Package is made of kraft board or some similar cardboard.

    The lower box has a central hole to ensure the cream pot can’t slide out of the packaging.

    The packaging even reminds of some semi-opened present while it also protects the pot for the high class cream.



  • Designer: Simen Wahlqvist
    Type Of Work: Concept
    Country: Norway

    This is a fictitious line of alcoholic beverages from a farmer that is so lazy that the only thing he is good for is waiting for things to age! He previously came out with a line of dry snacks, or aged goods as he calls it, but he wanted to take his brand to the next level, hence a beer, a wine and a whisky were produced. The farmer himself is featured on each bottle doing what he does best, which is sleeping and ageing things at the same time. On the back of the bottles you get a brief story behind each beverage from the farmer himself.



  • Designer: Christopher Chefel
    Client: Homemade Jams
    Country: Brazil

    Creation of the name, logo and visual identity for a line of homemade jams.



  • Designer: A.-M. Baumann
    Type of work: Concept
    Country: Germany

    A.-M. Baumann's personal project demonstrated her creativity and conceptual skills. Aside from her full time job, she devoted the remaining time and energy onto this project creating the corporate design and the packaging design.

    A simple and elegant design that feels entirely fresh, with cans in various beautiful colors representing the different flavors. The seven different designs provide you with an idea of the perfect flavor experience of a premium vodka drink.

    Flavors:
    - Diamond (40% Vodka)
    - Ice (20% Vodka)
    - Litchi (litchi flavor)
    - Hibiscus (hibiscus flavor)
    - Vanilla (vanilla flavor)
    - Peach (peach flavor)
    - Cherry (cherry flavor)

    Blackout Vodka’s modern and lascivious style is represented by the slogan “You’re gonna love it”.

    Blackout Vodka is a modern, high-quality premium vodka which only can be purchased in selected locations. The preferred advertising channels are print magazines as GQ, Rolling Stone and The Sharp One as well as social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter.





  • Designer: Simen Wahlqvist
    Type Of Work: Concept work
    Country: Norway


    This is a fictitious line of dry snacks from a farmer that is so lazy that the only thing he is good at is waiting for things to age! However, as he points out on the back of the package, it´s patience and not laziness. Believe him if you want ;)



  • Designer: Christopher Chefel
    Country: Brazil
    Type Of Work: Concept

    The Skol Mug Professional has arrived.

    There's no need to be a professional to know that by holding a can, you might warm the beer inside or freeze your own hands.

    Design
    Thinking about the transport logistics, we created a simple packaging, practical, low cost and with a beautiful and functional design.
    Aluminum can - plastic handle - contents: 500ml