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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.
Designed by Kiss Zsombor, Hungary.
"300" was designed for a pinot noir selection of Anonym winery, Etyek, Hungary. It's a limited barrel selection, after 300 days aging in oak barrel, only 300 bottle were chosen. That's why we called it "300". The label is not an ordinary one, its made of wood, and laser engraved. It works like a dropstop, and symbolizes the barrel in an abstract way. The capsule also reflects on the metal parts of a barrel. The rounded shapes of the typography and its minimalistic visual language describes the balanced, fruity character of the wine. The other unique feature of this wooden label is its connection to the second layer of the packaging. It provides the link between the 2 parts of the wooden gift box.
Designed by Attila Ács, Hungary.
This was the school project, when the task was to design packaging for 3 different medicines. My goal was to create a clean and strong identity that reflects those diseases. My aim was to make something different. I would like to apply special methods, such as hologram sticker, embossing and use different kind of papers. Beginning I used the microscopic pictures of the diseases, as a sample. Hereinafter I created a frame, which forms are specific for the diseases come to being by combination of different tones, colors and lines. It was an important point of view, that customer recognize easily the medicines, however do not has a bad feeling to use it. Just on the contrary. I would like to reach that customers do not afraid to use it any times if it is necessary. These medicines are for different illnesses: Curiosin-for treating scars and wounds, Cariprazine- for treating neurological disorder, Oculo plus- for improving the eyesight.
Designed by Zsombor Kiss, Hungary.
Extensive visual identity, bottle and label design concept by Zsombor Kiss for an extraordinary Hungarian mineral water, called: VIZIO - intelligent water.
Packaging was developed in cooperation with Design Donum.
About the water:
This water is treated with a special process (using nano technology), which have highly positive effects on the human body.
The brand name "VIZIO" (means vision in Hungarian) suggests a visionary design.
Accordingly, the basic idea was creating not just a simple logo or bottle design, but a comprehensive visual language, where each element reflects to the others. The identity emphasizes sterility, clearness, freshness and transcendence to highlight the technical and scientific features of the water. The logotype is based on a simple rounded biomorph shape, which could be easily transformed into any functional object or it can be used as a compositional element on posters, labels etc…
The modulated letters of the logo are cutted into two parts horizontally and their upper side are moved to the left a little bit. This simple gesture gives you the feeling of floating on the water. The unique shape of the bottle follows the logos' character with its rounded triangle form.
The result is a stable, space-saving minimal design, where there are possible options to use different styles on the outside skin of the bottle, to freshen up the package identity periodically.
Designed by kissmiklos, Hungary.
Final identity and packaging for Hungarian perfumer Viktoria Minya, who created the first Hungarian perfume line. She wanted a unique, elegant and strong identity for the first Hungarian perfume brand, matching the spirit of her luxurious and original creation that is an ode to the golden age of perfumery. The packaging is a reference to exclusive and high quality cosmetics, its color code gives a classy, sophisticated and majestic touch to the product.
“Working with Miklos was not only a very professional experience, but also a deeply inspiring artistic cooperation. He spent a huge amount of time trying to keep up with my high expectations and as a result, he created the logo for Parfums Viktoria Minya, which exceeded all my hopes and expectations.” – shares Viktoria Minya.
Designed by Kira Koroknai, Hungary.
While designing the wine label I found two main aspects to focus on.
As a starting point, my goal was to create a minimalistic and eye-catching design which fits to the extant identity of Csetvei Winery. With the black and white pattern, I wanted to reflect on the wine's characteristic and full-bodied taste.
The other aspect of the designing was to create the unity of the label and the bottle.I wanted the bottle design to be a part of the treat of drinking wine, that's why i chose the full bottle design instead of a classic label form. This way, the bottle also becomes a part of enjoying the wine. It creates a personal experience as the drinker holds and turn the bottle around while having a chat.
Designed by Kiss Zsombor, Hungary.
Client: Council of the VII District, Budapest
Sisi was a famous and loved Hungarian queen.
The wine is coming from the so-called Tokaji wine region of Hungary.( it was the favorite sweet wine of the queen)
The logo based on the letters of “SiSI”. It’s written with different typefaces.
The strict and playful letters symbolizes the nature and personality of the queen and refers to the late XIXth century. The contrast of the script and the antiqua types also describes the situation of Sisi in the Habsurg dynasty. The laid “I” letter position is perfect to mark the portion of wine in the glass. The simple and elegant design suggests minimal approach, it uses only one colour and the graphic is directly printed on the bottle without the need of a label.