Showing posts with label Others. Show all posts
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  • Concept: Eugenia Anselmo
    Creative and Art direction: Eugenia Anselmo
    Graphic design: Eugenia Anselmo/ Carola Nebbia
    Country: Buenos Aires, Argentina


    Glitz* Digital Sales Kit. Vespa pendrive for sales purpose.



  • Agency: Studio Otwarte
    Art direction: Marcin Wolny
    Design: Julek Wierzchowski, Tomek Jurecki
    Country: Poland

    "Małopolska Selection" is a set of souvenirs commissioned by the Marshal’s Office of the Malopolska Region. We’ve selected over a dozen objects made by local craftsmen, ensuring that each one is authentic, extraordinary and at the same time characteristic for the region. For them we created a set of packaging inspired by the “Cracow Workshops” – a 1913 formed community, aiming at the improvement of the artistic quality of crafts.



  • 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.


  • Agency: Burgopak
    Client: DeckStarter
    Type of work: Commercial work
    Country: United States

    DeckStarter Collaborates with Burgopak for Successful Boston Launch

    DeckStarter, ‘a funding platform for playing cards that offers the easiest way to get your dream deck of playing cards printed’ recently teamed up with Burgopak for its launch.

    The Burgopak packaging system was used in the design of the ‘Magicpak’ for the launch of the new DeckStarter venture at How Design Live and The Dieline Conference in Boston.

    The mysterious functionality of the Burgopak mechanism perfectly aligns with the world of magic, sleight of hand and card tricks. ‘We’ve always wanted to do a collaboration like this and we feel that DeckStarter represents the best in bespoke, open source playing card design.’ says Dane Whitehurst, Creative Director at Burgopak.

    DeckStarter also collaborated with design giants, Debbie Millman and Aaron Draplin to design signature artwork for the decks as well as Burgopak’s packaging. They were both present at the conference to sign limited edition packs for their fans.






  • Agency: Prompt Design
    Executive Creative Director: Somchana Kangwarnjit
    Creative Director: Orawan Jongpisanpattana
    Account Executive: Pongpipat Jetsadalak
    Client: Diageo Moet Hennessy (Thailand) Ltd.
    Country: Thailand
    Type of work: Commercial Work

    Johnnie Walker Shopping Bag = Johnnie Walker Gift Wrapping Box

    Due to the consumer behavior in Thailand, people often give whiskey as present for special occasion. With ‘2 in 1’ concept, we came up with outstanding and unique design of "Johnnie Walker Shopping Bag" that functions as a shopping bag and present wrapping with ribbon. This responds the market trend with modern lifestyle, in which everything should be unique and convenient.




  • Designed by Alan Dindo, Federico Lodolini, Riccardo Mercati
    Client: Real Shit
    Type of work: Commercial work
    Country: Italy

    And the truth suddenly hit me: my life was a shit. "You live in a shitty apartment in the shittiest suburb of this shitty city", said a small voice in my head. That morning I understood two things: I was in desperate need to change my life and I apparently had a talent for shit.

    Everything started during a winter sunday, in the country, looking at the spirals of steam rising up from ripening manure. We’ve been bewitched by such a marvel. Those mountains of shit were wonderful. The manure is the most precious thing you can find in the country side. Each farmer could tell you.

    This is the history of Real Shit: 100% organic manure, produced by happy animals who live in the farm and eat just organic and healthy food. We just pile the manure up and let it rip for 8 months. Through this process shit looses all the germs and bacteria and start to smell different. In Italy we call this method 'Cumuli di letame'.

    Farming is a declaration of independence. Plant your flag




  • Agency: THINK Packaging
    Designer: Mat Bogust
    Client: The Little Card Factory
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work
    Country: Auckland, New Zealand

    Simplicity is key at The Little Card Factory & with the Little Squares of Positivity added to their range, it's time that your desk filled you with a positive charge...


  • Agency: Simon Frouws Design
    Type of work: Commercial work
    Country: Cape Town, South Africa

    Premium, luxury playing cards featuring gold foil hot stamped onto ultra-lux black paper.

    Artisan Playing Cards are produced at The United States Playing Card Company using FSC-certified papers derived from sustainable forests, vegetable-based inks and starch-based laminates. Featuring custom lettering and illustrations. Sealed with a red tax seal indicating the print date.


  • Agency: red brand builders
    Client: Kimberly Clark
    Type of Work: Commercial Work
    Country: Vietnam

    Leveraging a new global brand identity, Kotex Vietnam saw an opportunity to refresh their brand id locally and to enhance their packaging design & teen characters to appeal to the ever-changing, Vietnamese female, youth segment – the 4th largest Kotex market globally.

    The red brand builders team was tasked with working with the Kimberly Clark Vietnam and New York teams to deliver a fresh, new packaging design and character to consistently communicate the core brand personality and a wide range of Kotex Style product variants.

    The red team researched emerging trends both locally and regionally that impacted the style and tastes of the target audience.

    Chris Elkin, Managing Director, red brand builders, added “The Kotex Vietnam packaging design and teen character was then revitalized, carefully considering the target audience lifestyle and the very latest youth trends. This key step ensured that the new communications design would accurately appeal to and express the latest style of the Vietnamese target audience.”

    To make the buying process as easy as possible, close attention was also given to how the target audience navigates and chooses their preferred Kotex Style product at a busy and fragmented point-of-sale channel, including how the product is used; by day or night, style, fit and absorbency.



  • Designer: Maria Theron
    Type Of Work: Student Project
    Country: United States

    As a designer, I have always been inspired by other creatives. There are many places where you can find artists and inspiration such as blogs, books, exhibits, and much more, but what if inspiration was delivered to your door? I wanted to create a service where the creative community can come together and get personalized inspiration and goodies at their doorstep.

    CreativeBox is a subscription based service for creative people, in which you complete your own profile that specifies your likes and creative process. Every three months, the subscribers receive a special box made just for them, which includes a variety of five to seven items: inspirational posters, magazine subscriptions, useful creative items, small books, toys, gadgets, newsletters, and much more. In addition to the subscription, artists and designers can collaborate with CreativeBox and promote themselves. They can donate their own creations, which could possibly be featured in CreativeBox. Overall, CreativeBox’s primary goals are to inspire creatives and get the creative community moving.


  • Designers: Alexander Michelbach and Daniel Eugster
    Country: Switzerland

    It was October 2012 during one of those long nights at the office. The idea for the Beertone came to us after an unsuccessful search for beer guides that contained useful information for beer enthusiasts and was organized somewhat different than other beer guides — by the color of the individual beers. The Beertone concept was born.

    Today we are fortunate to have a team of passionate beer drinkers helping us create new editions and develop new features. But at the beginning, Daniel and I had our day jobs at an agency and we devoted the rest of our waking hours to Beertone — sometimes while also sitting in the office :).

    After traveling to the ends of Switzerland — which is further than one might think, especially with bags of bottles in each hand — we got down to the business of measuring the color with our crowd-funded spectrophotometer. We were a bit concerned after our first few samples, but then developed techniques for dealing with things such as foam and bubbles that can really interfere with measurements.

    Absorbance values in hand, we had to brush up on our math skills to convert them into the standard EBC, SRM, and other color spaces that were needed to create the palette of colors for what would become the Beertone Reader.
    We also analyzed beers from other countries. This allowed us to test our approach on a wider spectrum of color tones. In a final step, we consolidated the measurements, calculations, and manual comparisons into a table that allows us to define the order of beers in the guide as well as the final color spectrum.

    We have already started work on the German Edition and hope to have the chance to create a few more. If you know some outstanding beers from your country that you think everyone should know about, let us know and you might just find them in a future Beertone




  • 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.


  • Agency: H-57
    Designer: Matteo Civaschi
    Additional Credits: Angelo Mazzei per Isola Etica
    Client: Isola Etica, Isola d'Elba
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work
    Country: Italy

    It does not often happen to get hands on a design work whose original creator is Napoleone Bonaparte.

    It was an interesting challenge even for this reason, but more then everything else for the great love we feel forElba Island. The flag is wonderful, and has also a beautiful history. Moreover Elba's people love it and are really fond of this symbol of their land. That's why, as usually happens in this cases, we had to intervene with great respect and tact. First of all, we chose an 'historic' version as a starting point which already showed a certain balance in the composition's elements. The flag, in fact, had a lot of versions, some of them were detrimental, but usually free to reinterpret forms and colours. The effort was to interpret all the elements at their original features and to fix rules, giving maximum harmony and beauty at the same time.

    First of all, we defined a standard size, where the long side is exactly double the short one and the stripe has a grade of 39.5. We redesigned the bees, starting from those in the historic flag chosen as a starting point.

    We kept the body shape and the number of wings and paws, we tried to rework using a more modern design, eliminating the excess of details. The background of the flag is not a perfect cold white, but it's a warm pearl colour, while the red which is more a burgundy colour is delicate and elegant. The bees are of a particular shade of orange, to fit better the red of the stripe. The final result was meant to speak about history and tradition, but also to keep in mind the actual visual taste. It should also represent the prestige of Elba's people who saw men and fashions pass through their wonderful land without changing its proud and noble nature.

    Working on Elba's flag has been a wonderful experience and an honour.

    We hope we have been able to show our love for this Island, gifting to all Elba's people a symbol they can always and rightly be proud of.





  • Agency: Bosin design
    Designer: Chun Chung Wu
    Client: PTRCO
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work
    Country: Taiwan


    Zhong Yong Gong is a religion in Taiwanese Hakka culture. It symbols the spirit of loyalty and righteousness. In order to promote the spirit and culture of Zhong Yong Gong. PTRCO developed the “Zhong Yong Gong Figure”. It’s not only a figure doll, but also have a bottle of “Lucky Ash” under it . The Lucky Ash is believed to bring the good luck.

    We designed an unique carton with the structure and decoration of Zhong Yi Cih (a temple which is built to worship Zhong Yong Gong) .We also designed an window at the front of the package. People can see the figure through the window. It looks like a miniature Zhong Yi Cih for the Zhong Yong Gong Figure.

    This package can not only protect the product but also display it as well. Moreover, it can be stacked and transported in a space-saving manner.