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Designer: Tibor Hegedues, Soeren Uherek
Client: Albrecht & Dill Cosmetics
A Product-Design Draft for Fifty Shades of Grey - is a 2011 erotic romance novel by British author E. L. James. The beauty range includes Eau de Parfum, Massage Oil, Bath Soap, Bodylotion, Shower Gel, Lip-& Nip Balm and Soap-on-a-Rope in shape of love-balls.
Agency: DAC design am chiemsee
Designer: Anne Stilper, Tim Hippmann
DACTARI is a young brand for wine, spirits and fine food.
In Africa, the "Dactari" is the Doc of the Animals, caring consciously and with circumspect of nature and its creatures. Dactari became well known through the TV series in der 60ies.
The conscious use of the environment and nature is also an important feature of our brand. We cooperate throughout Europe with small but fine factories and wineries and know the people behind them. We also provide a portion of the products itself. All products are produced on a high environmental standard.
Special feature is the design and sustainability of our packaging. DACTARI cans and jars are reusable, the bottles can be used as decorative objects or for other liquids. And we are largely striving to forgo plastic.
Designer: David Brinkmann, Yelena Litzinger
Client: Kelterei Heil OHG
Our new client, Kelterei Heil wanted to change their old, outdated "Maikönigin" punch/cocktail range with something fresh and eye catching. The previous design agency wanted to "stay close" to the older design, but that wasn't what the client was after. They wanted something completely new and that is why the came to brandfield*. We opted to go with bold, vibrant colors with a mix of patterns and traditional forms. Since this product is a seasonal product and is on the shelves only for around 3 to 4 months out of the year, we didn't need to worry all too much about the "repeat customers" not finding their product.
Agency: STUDIO CHAPEAUX
Designer: Nils R.Zimmermann & Stefan Mückner
Client: Bremer Feinkost GmbH
Illustration: Andreas Klammt
The story of Linvard Bo Lapp and his traveling companion Ephraim Fao is one of discovery.
Scouring the globe to unearth the sweetest delicacies of far-away countries that they can then use for one of their delicious creations.
It's on those travels where they find the inspiration and ingredients for their unique concoctions.
This is reflected within the new packaging creative for their syrup range: designed and illustrated to look like different stamps, the visuals show snapshots of those travels and discoveries – just like the Lapp & Fao syrups, each one a delicious souvenir in a bottle.
Agency: Brooklyn Soap Company (In-House)
Designer: Lin Ja / Viktor Dik
Client: Brooklyn Soap Company
Brooklyn Soap is all about grooming products for men of utmost organic quality. We neither believe in drugstore cosmetics nor in long labels listing never ending chemical gibberish.
Our approach was pretty simple: turning all us regular dudes into dapper gentlemen. It all comes down to a comprehensive and simple line of organic cosmetic products. Every product of Brooklyn Soap is an engineered piece of liquid art with the simple but honest purpose to make you look, smell and feel good. This stuff is our most sincere recommendation, we mean it.
Designed by DAC design am chiemsee
Designer: Anne Stilper, Tim Hippmann
Due to the current fragmentation in the “Weinviertel” area, the winery Petra Messerer has a variety of vines and plots. Our main challenge was to combine the wine proper names with different grape varieties and bring all to a common visual harmony on the labels. Each label motif has a relation with the proper names or the grape variety of the wine.
For example, the " ALOIS " (white barrique wine ), is named after the Father, whose favorite clothes are plaid shirts . The capsule color is based on the colors of the labels and can be immediately identified thus lying on a shelf . Names like " Hirschberg "(stag mountain) or "Hasentanz” (rabbit dance) refer to situational aspects to those areas, because stags or rabbits have often been recognized over there. "Memphis Beat" or "Königsperle" (Kings pearls) have a situational , "historical" background with a "little story from life " which will also be told the website. All bottles also work visually side by side and are attributable to the brand immediately.
The empty labels will be imprinted during the bottling until march 2014. In the next step, a complete revision of the bottles and packaging is planned for the following year .
Designed by Pentagram
Country: UK / Germany / USA
Have you ever had a great cup of tea at a music festival?
YANG CHAI is a new brand from a Munich-based entrepreneur which sources and creates new tea varieties and then makes them available at festivals, at open air markets and through an online shop.
YANG CHAI targets a young, design-conscious audience and therefore wanted to provide an alternative to the current tea brand trends. “We wanted to position this brand well away from the ‘homely’ or ‘organic’ looking tea brands which have come to the market in recent years”, says Justus Oehler, Pentagram partner.
Oehler and his team designed the identity, product packaging, online shop and all communication pieces for YANG CHAI. Sarah Wilbois, a designer on Oehler’s team says, “We designed a visual identity which is cool and modern but, at the same time, elegant“.
The YC logo is set in Akzidenz Grotesk and appears simply in black and white. Specifically created watermarked linear patterns were designed to be used as backdrop on all packaging items.
Designed by Emre Telli, Germany.
"Whirling Tulip", 10th Anniversary Packaging Design for Cola Turka
European Packaging Design Association (epda) in cooperation with Yildiz Holding have held the "epda DIY Packaging Design Competition 2013". Sponsored by Yildiz Holding, Sleever International, Storaenso, Brigl & Bergmeister and STARCKE the "epda DIY Packaging Design Competition 2013" challenged companies, design agencies and students from 12 countries worldwide to develop a Chocolate Gift Box, a 10th Anniversary Package design for Cola Turka and Chocolate Flow-Wrap in Promobox for the Turkish company Ülker.
Epda’s "DIY Packaging Design Competition 2013 Student Award" was assigned to "Whirling Tulip", the 10th Anniversary Package design for Cola Turka. The tulip was the best matching iconic symbol to highlight the idea behind the Package Design for Cola Turka. The installed patterns distinguish themselves of being a cliché, because it identifies the ancient and true cultural heritage of patterns in Turkey. In addition a closer look to the Logo and the whole bottle from distance unveils the shape of an awakening tulip, giving a dimension with a whirl. Within this Design process it is included a new Logo 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 DAC design am chiemsee , Germany.
Designer: Anne Stilper & Tim Hippmann
You're invited to a friend's house. As a gracious guest you take bottle of wine, but you are no sommelier so you stand there at the door with that "naked" bottle wondering how this gift will be received. After all, it's not like you have a "Mouton Rothschild" with you every time . We thought about this problem and created these wraps. Now, with your bottle under our wraps, you can slyly point at your friends ..also with cheap bottles of wine. ; )
The wraps are printed on both sides, so you can choose the way you wrap your wine. It's an easy and nice way to present a gift and avoid standard wine cartons or bags, which are often a bit boring .
With the bottlerwraps there comes a bottle-label that has to be pulled over the bottle neck to fix the paper. You can also use any other kind of binding. At the bottom of the bottle the paper is only folded in the buckle. Depending on the form of the bottle, (there are many different shapes like Schlegel, Burgund or Bordeaux bottles) it can be helpful tu use a sticker that fixes the wrapped paper on the side or the bottom.
Designed by brandfield*, Germany.
Pink Parrot product range. Logo design, packaging/brand design and loads of illustration work. This was and still is an ongoing project with a perfect client. Pink Parrot is a bold, colorful package that is ready to party and stand out from the rest.
The product range includes:
» The Kool-Down party in a bucket drink mix in four flavors. (These will soon be coming out in the new Pink Parrot pouches.)
» Rimming sugar tins with six flavors
» Pouches also with six flavors
» Plus the display and packaging materials
The client wanted something different than the mainstream drink mixes that are on the market. With a name like "Pink Parrot" it only made sense for us to add vibrant colors with illustrations that smack you in the eye when you walk by.
Designed by Olli Meier, Germany.
The mission: create a "summer packaging".
But what do the people like to do in the summer? The simple answer: They like to be outside. People like to enjoy the sun, to meet friends and spend their time together in natur. And a popular way to make a break is to make a picnic.
The packaging visualize directly in which situation you should enjoy your chocolates. But the packaging is more than just a box for chocolates. You can reuse the fabric and wrap your dirty dishes inside for a clean transport back home. Or you use it as a kitchen cloth.
The packaging looks like a picnic basket just in a special way of wrapping a fabric (totally without glue). All the little details like the seal stamp , the little information book about the product and the history of the manufactory or the embroidery are synonyms for the high-quality and handmade philosophy from the german "Confiserie Rabbel".