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Designer: Molnár Tamás
My main ambition was to find a simple geometric shape, which could work alone and in a complex modul system too. The logo /flower/ symbolise the natural ingredients of the product. The quarter arc is modularly expandable and it make's decorative pattern.
Designer: Botond Vörös
School: Hungarian University of Fine Arts
This is a school project, the task was to design packagings for medicines. I wanted to create a clean and strong identity that reflect the diseases. My concept based on simple appearance with contemporary look. Use basic elements, icons, signs, lines, and the typography represent sicknesses and the convalescences. The medicines are for different illnesses (Vitalia Oculo Plus for ophthalmological problems, Cariprazine for nervous system, Curiosin for skin-diseases).
Designed by Csaba Bernáth
Conceptual tequila packaging for "El sabor de la muerte" or the taste of death, a dark tequila for the day of the dead. I drew the illustration in a mixture of Mexican skeleton imagery, the classic 70's italian horror posters, and comics. 3d modelling by Csaba Bernath, rendering by Adam Bernath.
Designed by Kiss Zsombor
Complex identity and package design for the Balla Géza winery.
This winery is situated in the Ménes wine region of Transylvania. It was one of the best wine regions of Hungary in the previous century. After the World War, communists destroy the rich cultural heritage of Ménes. Now, Balla Géza start a pioneer work and rebuild the wine culture in that region. Thatswhy the logo and the identity reflects on the golden age of Ménes, dated back to the turn of the XIXth century and complete it with a fresh and minimalistic approach. The logo reminds us to the art-deco but actually it’s a strong, powerful minimal monogram that can be understandable everywhere in the world. Symbolizing tradition, skills and progression. This is the essence of the identity. As an important element of the wineries visual communication, we use pictures of the past on the labels but in a modern way. It don’t want to be nostalgic, just give us a feeling and the logo or a strong cut with fresh transparent colours makes it progressive and reflects to the wines’ characteristic taste.
Designed by Kiss Zsombor
Borbély is a Hungarian winery at Lake Balaton in the famous Badacsony wine region. The volcanic soil strongly determines the flavor of the wines in this region and give a special mineral taste. As for the client, it was important to symbolize the land, the soil and the sun in the identity in some way. Thatswhy the main element of the identity is a characteristic, minimal landscape silhouette of Badacsony. It describes the territory but also refers to the grape tendril, the drop of wine, the river, the texture of the rock etc…The labels for the classic collection of the winery’s portfolio is based on typographic constructions. Both have an own “nickname” that describes the character of the wine inside. The typo follows this idea and visually help to understand the and memorize the name in a playful way.
Designed by Kevin Harald Campean, Hungary.
My idea comes from the hooligan fights, where the beer glasses were the accessories of the brawl.
I enhanced the hooligan atmosphere with high alcohol value of the beer.
This gave me the idea to create a beer brand which could be a symbol of power and elegance.
Designed by Kovács Apor, Hungary.
Winner of wine label contest, chosen from 240 label designs.
The Whip-Novaj Wine Co. is Eger wine region's largest winery, production volume will reach 5 million bottles per year. Wines can be found in all market segments, from the base up to the premium wine category. Within each category, the best-value wines offered to consumers. Given the highest production volume of medium priced wines, which achieved a strong market position. Their products can be found in most chain stores shelves.
- 360 degrees rotation of the wine press
- Detection without reading on the store shelves ( including blind peoples)
- Circle = The ,,O" letter from the OSTOROS
Designed by Luca Patkos, Hungary.
By making the label I have proceed from the name of the wine. The name “7Hectare” let a typographic game, the first stem of the H concurs with the number 7. The result is a calligraphic sign, in which the magical number 7 appears gently but also emphatic.
The main motif of the label is this subtitle, the other typographic elements appear in a simply and minimal way.
Designed by Ré:nium design, Hungary.
Designer Name: Réka Diósi
the DIOTOYS - a piece of childhood
Identity and package design made for Hungarian handicraft wooden toys. Preparation with meticulous care and operational mechanism based on technical observations make the toys so special.
I applied silk screen technique for printing the materials (veneer, textile, recycled bag, wooden box packaging)
By creating the design it was an important aspect to use those kind of materials which reflect naturalness, so I chose environmentally friendly raw materials. The veneer parts of the identity are reused from the furniture industry as those were fallen or broken pieces.
All the stationery, envelope, label and other accessories are printed on recycled paper, the little bags used as wrapping made of 100% wool.
Photography: Zsuzsi Slezak
Tibor Juhasz, Pastor is the owner and winemaker at Pastor winery. His wines are fruity and fresh and often compete in national wine contests. Therefore my aim was to give his wines a fresh and unique, but fashionable and memorable look. I wanted to create something iconic, more than a logo. I ended up designing an actual branding image, that the winery can carry on using in the future even without me. This little something will make the wine bottles to stand out from the sea of other wine bottles in shops with very little design efforts. This detail comes from our everyday lives, from clothing: labelling. This little piece of label will be telling us all the necessary information about the wine, and in the future it can easily be applied for new wines by changing the colours and text.