Showing posts with label Germany. Show all posts
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  • Design Agency: brandfield*
    Designer: David Brinkmann
    Client: Weingut Abthof
    Country: Germany
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work

    The wine:
    The wine of Napoleon and the Cistercian Monks. This historical, almost extinct grape variety, grows again in the same place, as it once had with the Cistercian monks. That is exactly where Emperor Napoleon got to know it and love it as well. Here is where for well over 200 years ago, Napoleon moved his quarters. Back in the 13th century the Cistercian monks had recognized the potential of this special soil.

    The design:
    What makes this label design special is that the setup is different and not in the standard "centered fashion" most wine labels are nowadays. The eye is lead between Napoleon's embossed signature, and the wine variety directly focussing on Napoleon himself. Napoleon is a touch darker to make him stand out a bit more than the rest of the illustration.

    A great project with history.

  • Agency: Santiago Design
    Designer: Niels Buschke
    Client: Kano
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work
    Country: Germany

    David and Lennart, two friends from Munich, learned on their journey to Asia that there’s a very different way to consume tea. There, tea is often cold - very pure, without any additives except maybe a bit of lemon or tea leaves. This, and the trend of more healthy and organic beverages, became the motivation behind the Kano team.

    The result is the first bottled iced tea, Kano - Sencha green tea from Japan. It is all organic with fresh and dried herbs. Unlike most iced teas, Kano has a natural taste without artificial flavours. You can taste all the natural ingredients, and it is only a little sweet.

    Based on this idea, they asked Niels Buschke from Santiago Design to help out. The label Niels came up with has a clear, strong concept. The brand names the first thing you notice. The idea is to always have it in the same position for upcoming products. The colours create a natural impression. In addition to the label, Santiago Design also produced the corporate identity and the advertising concept layout.

  • Agency: Geometry Global Frankfurt
    Creative Director: Felix Dürichen
    Type of work: Commercial work
    Country: Frankfurt am Main, Germany

    The Leica X2 Edition "Fedrigoni" has been produced as a limited series of 25 cameras. It is the first Leica camera clad in a "paper skin" and wrapped in 15 quality designer papers.

    The shimmering, pearlescent Fedrigoni paper "Constellation Jade" replaces the traditional leather trim of the camera and becomes a part of the product. This means the paper had to satisfy the incredibly high quality demands that Leica Camera places on its materials: In a 16-stage test process, "Constellation Jade" successfully withstood a barrage of tests, including rapid and slow temperature changes from −40 to +70 °C, exposure to acetone and 400 wear intervals. The paper achieved outstanding test results for wear and acetone resistance, and is every bit equal in this respect to even the best leather varieties: "The FEDRIGONI paper we used is tailor made for the camera and not only satisfies our high aesthetic demands, but also our uncompromising demands on quality," says Björn Dietzler, Product Manager for Leica Manufacturing, Leica Camera AG. The elaborately produced and refined packaging is reminiscent of a paper sample book, making unpacking the camera a unique brand experience. The standards and pioneering spirit of Fedrigoni's 125-year history of typography and graphic design are brought to life on 16 layers of finest paper. Strict attention is paid to sustainability: Exclusively paper is used – no plastic film is used at all, even for the accessories.

    Tailored papers for highest demands:
    The most luxurious brands in the world package their products in the finest papers of Fedrigoni. And for good reason: Not only does Fedrigoni offer an extremely diverse range of over 3,000 qualities. More than half of all orders for packaging papers are also individually developed and produced strictly to customer specifications. "With THE PAPER SKIN, we wish to inspire exceptional creativity in our customers, packaging designers and manufacturers, as well as luxury brands. We love every new discussion about tailored papers. As an industrial enterprise, we offer our customers great technological expertise, extensive options for individualization and exceptional flexibility," Marcus Lange, Director of Fedrigoni Deutschland GmbH, expresses.

    Packaging enhances the brand experience:
    The result is an extraordinary packaging concept for the Leica X2 special edition "The Paper Skin" that satisfies the high demands on quality and product protection in its technical design and highest quality craftsmanship.

  • Designer: InDezign
    Client: Moskovskaya
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work
    Country: Munich, Germany

    The main concept was to make the Moskovskaya bottle for "The True One" an outstanding and eye-catching bottle which represents its dignity and distinctiveness.

    Since most of the bottle caps normally are put aside when the bottle is opened I followed the concept to attach the cap to the bottle by a chain fixed to an aluminum or stainless steel ring which additionally supports the focus on the brand's logo.

  • 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.

  • Designed by Studio Chapeaux
    Type of work: Commercial Work
    Country: Germany

    For more than 3000 years, mustard has been cherished as a sophisticated complement to the finest dishes, conquering the world's most illustrious dining tables. To bring to life recipes from across the mustard spectrum we have created a range of moustachioed connisseurs. Each expresses the character of a particular mustard through their mustache.

  • Agency: KOREFE. Kolle Rebbe Form und Entwicklung
    Designer: Christian Doering
    Photography: Katharina Ullrich
    Client: Stop The Water While Using Me!
    Type of work: Commercial Work
    Country: Germany


    The high-quality range of cosmetics that meet the increasing requirements of an ecologically aware society and set new standards in environmental protection.

    Made from all natural ingredients only.

  • 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.

    - 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.

  • Agency: Masquespacio
    Creative Director: Ana Milena Hernández Palacios
    Architect junior: Virgínia Hinarejos
    Graphic Designer junior: Ana Diaz
    Creative junior: Carolina Micó
    Graphic design and interior design realized by Ana Milena Hernández Palacios
    Photography: David Rodríguez y Carlos Huecas

    Client: Kessalao
    Type of work: Commercial work

    Country: Valencia, Spain

    Masquespacio designs the brand and space of Kessalao

    Spanish creative consultancy Masquespacio presents their last project realized in the city of Bonn, Germany. The project consists in the brand image and interior design for Kessalao, a new take away establishment of Mediterranean food in the city of Beethoven.

    Everything starts from the brand image and it’s naming that forms wordplay of the German “Kess” and the Spanish “Salao”, both traduced as cool and amusing boy. Being a play of words in two different languages combined by an s, a capital S needed to distinguish both words. On the other hand the brand symbol was inspired by olive oil, as the basic and principal product of the Mediterranean food, represented here by the drop that interprets the natural product’s richness.

    In so far as the interior design it’s presented by a space that symbolizes the freshness of the brands’ name through a range of most popular colors for Germans. Red is without a doubt the main color, while the marine blue and yellow remind us of the Mediterranean Sea. Purple on the other hand adds a strong touch to the whole together with the principal red color. Materials like wood coming from the birch veneer used for the walls and pine for the furniture, where chosen to offer a natural look to the space. Moreover through different decorative elements made of raffia as for the seats and pots a Mediterranean touch is added repeatedly. Ana Milena Hernández Palacios: “I wanted to metaphorize the recollection of fruits and vegetables through the hampers of Raffia.” The metal gratings are having a function as expositors for magazines, menu cards and pots, besides doing a job as tables in the store front of the space. Constructive details like the bars and folding tables are created as an adaptation to the necessities of the space according to the hour of minor or major traffic, being the space able to operate only as a take a way service at noon or as a small snack bar by night. A last detail is founded in the coating of raffia used for the barstools, also created by Masquespacio, that contain a department to leave jackets and handbags, exploiting maximally the reduced available space.

    Masquespacio with this project starts his first international adventure, added to a project of branding and interior design actually in development in Oslo, besides several projects in progress of branding and consulting in Spain, showing its ability to offer creative solutions for any business model, adapted to its target audience.

  • Agency: Amelung Design GmbH
    Client: Lingua Simplex

    Type Of Work: Commercial Work

    Executive Creative Director: Jonathan Sven Amelung
    Design: Jonathan Sven Amelung
    Author / Editor: Alicia Maritza Amelung
    Illustrator: Angela Wittchen
    Idea & Concept: Jonathan Sven Amelung

    Country: Germany

    Design language pairs games for all ages. Both for adults and for children.

    Each game pack represents by a character with a typical geographical origin and nationality of their country. Countries which have stereotyped characters, so that each game pack personifies a character for the learning language inside.

    By pushing upwards and the other downwards the slip lid of the game boxes. The character-illustrations will be transformed and the character-expressions changed in a funny playful manner, which supports the clichés of the characters.

    Learning best in a playful way, because by playing we are known to learn most successfully.

    The Design Agency Amelung Design, located in Hamburg, Germany, has won for their packaging design series "Lingua Simplex – Language play. Language learning." the European Design Award. Lingua Simplex was also awarded by the Art Directors Club for Germany in 2014 and are nominated for the German Design Award 2015.

  • Designer: Arthur Schmidt
    Type Of Work: Concept, Design Contest
    Country: Germany

    A "Have a nice trip" has been chosen as a winner project in the Recreate Packaging 2014 Design competition. The participants have been challenged to create an innovative packaging solution for beauty care products which is traveler- and environmental-friendly. The flat form of the package fits easily into the suitcase. In addition to this the set can be ordered by online retailer or can be sent via post to the traveler. "Have a nice trip" is simple and easy to use, and also logistically efficient and protects the contents well. The solution could be used not only with a beauty care product family but also can include pharmaceuticals, etc.

  • Agency: Studio Chapeaux
    Designer: Nils Zimmermann
    Creative Direction: Stefan Mückner
    Client: Bremer Feinkost GmbH
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work
    Country: Germany

    Lapp & Fao - Chocolate Postcards. Sent Home With Love.

    The two gourmet cosmopolitans Lapp & Fao send home sweet chocolate greetings from the most far away places you could possibly imagine. Taking you on a journey of chocolate discoveries. Pure and totally handmade. They are crafted from the finest chocolate filled with a selection of the freshest ingredients.

    Lapp & Fao Chocolate Postcards are an ode to high quality, attention to detail and the love for adventures.

    Designed and manufactured to make life sweet.

  • Agency: KOREFE. Kolle Rebbe Form und Entwicklung
    Creative Director Design: Christian Doering
    Creative Director Copy: Lorenz Ritter
    Photography: Katharina Ullrich
    Stylist: Tom Schuster
    Client: T.D.G. Vertriebs GmbH & Co KG
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work
    Location: Hamburg, Germany

    “Treat your second skin like your first!” CD

    Concept and a design for a new laundry detergent by The Deli Garage:
    L'eaundry, a luxury laundry detergent that smells and looks like a high-class perfume. To treat your second skin like your first.

    Bottles in the shape of vintage chemists' bottles establish the connection to washing agents while the typography and formal style fully invoke the world of fine scents. Available in two scents: Figue pour femme. Olibanum pour home.

  • Agency: KOREFE. Kolle Rebbe Form und Entwicklung
    Creative Director Design: Christian Doering
    Designer: Katharina Ullrich
    Client: LUMAS
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work
    Country: Hamburg, Germany.

    The photo gallery LUMAS makes upmarket art photography accessible and affordable.

    The packaging for photo prints and gift vouchers was developed for the galleries from New York to Amsterdam.

    The reduced design draws attention to its subtle details. It pays homage to the draft paper filing cabinet where collectors keep their treasures.