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Designed by minimalist, South Korea.
Designer: Wonchan Lee
Wine used to be one of the most expensive liquors in some countries a few decades ago.
Now it has become so affordable that we can even enjoy wine with a few dollars.
Unlike its popularity, we personally thought the way wine is consumed is and its culture on the table are a bit inconvenient.
vin grâce is a new solution, introducing the whole new wine culture to the market.
Paper-made container is far more lighter than a glass bottle, not to mention easier to carry, cheaper to produce and of course not fragile.
This cork-free bottle cap will free people from carrying a bottle opener every time they enjoy wine, and the attached pourer will save every drop of wine as well as money and let your table get away from wine spills and stains.
The packaging is inspired by the sophisticated diamond cuts.
Designed by Brandchef, South Korea.
Creative Director: Sugil Lee
Designer: Chaeyi Paik, Taehee Lee
Pulmoune has launched a line of Premium Rice targeting the North American market. Whereas Most products sold in Korean grocery stores in U.S. are the same ones sold in Korea with slightly different labels, this new Premium Rice series are not only based on Pulmuone’s honest and sincere brand image, but also has a contemporary design that represents Northern California's blessed natural environment and sincere attitude towards farm products with authentic photography and deep colors. In fact, Pulmuone has steered away from conventional rice package designs that are limited to some oriental images and graphical components to appeal to the mainstream North Americans interested in Asian foods, beyond Koreans and other Asians in the U.S.
The 'rice sack' and 'signpost,' which are key components of this design, represent the charm and feel of Korean traditional ‘rice stores.’ A special attraction of this design is the ‘transparent window’ transformed from a sack that contains rice, allowing consumers to look at the content, which is necessary for rice packaging, with no typical round or square shape.
Designed by Yakult (Korea) In-house Design, South Korea.
'LOOK' is the first ever domestic lactobacillus diet product.
'LOOK' applies a functional ingredient called Panduratin. When consumed before eating a meal, it suppresses the synthesis of carbohydrates turning into fat. Additionally, 6 types of dietary fibers and lactobacillus are included. It is an innovative product which also provides a solution for constipation, a problem that women secretly face while going on a diet.
For the container design, it is a concept which reminds one of a curvy waist and dumbbell that are the objects of admiration for women. The label design includes a pink ribbon which wraps around the curvy waist and emphasizes the body shape, and it aims to optimize the container in order to display the maximum effects through minimal expressions.
This graphic motif added onto the appeal through the main model 'Girls' Generation', a female group which has a leading role in the Korean wave. The visual image which surrounds the model's waist with a ribbon maximized the advertising effects even more.
Through this, it presented the effect of heightening brand awareness within the shortest time period amongst domestic diet products.
'LOOK' targeted on the diet patterns of women who lose weight during the summertime and gain during the wintertime. An issue was created and a Christmas edition was released in order to give people an opportunity to rethink about the needs of dieting. This resulted in an outcome of targeting on the winter market, the off-season for dieting.
Designed by Yakult (Korea) In-house Design, South Korea.
'7even' is the product which contains 100 billion of the 7 kinds of lactobacillus helpful for the Intestine.
'7even', which includes Elderflower, which is an ingredient that brings stability to the mind and body, is a healing product which helps to keep intestines healthy and also grant the pleasure of drinking. This product was collaborated with Sandra Isaksson, a pop illustrator in England. In the graphic of '7even', there is an image of 7 members from a three generation family. This expressed the product's target, the happiness and health of the entire family, in a colorful and exciting manner.
The standard version during the initial launching expressed the pleasant and happy image of 7 family members. The yearend season version for Christmas expressed the image of the 7 happy family members along with abundant gifts. Furthermore, this March, a graphic was released with a version of the 7 family members wearing the Korean professional baseball club uniform in order to celebrate being the main sponsor for the 2013 Korean Professional Baseball League. Currently '7even' modified its package and continues to create enjoyable changes.
'7even' is a product which broke away from the standardized design of previous yogurt beverage products. '7even' joins in experiencing seasonality with the customers and attains fun and happy sympathy. As a result, it displayed a sales record of over 300,000 quantities daily within Korea from the initial release.
'7even' includes ' Freezable 7even', which was launched in the beginning of May and only sold during summertime, as well as a fall version of '7 even' which will modify the product and include the love of 7 members. Through various attempts, '7even' is planning on conveying continuous excitement and pleasure to its customers.
Furthermore, [7even] has the honor of being exhibited at a gallery for the first time in the food industry.
Designed by Design Team Pantech Co., LTD., South Korea.
Designer Name: Duhan Kim
The product is a premium smart phone that implemented the endless metal frame [seamless monolithic metal contour].
To emphasize the excellence of the product identity, the graphic is reduced to the maximum.
A special surface treated paper has been developed to maximize the metal feeling.
The protruded three-dimensional octangular package is designed to have the similar sense of the simple and linear front design of the product, which provides the aesthetic value with the differentiated quality.
Designed by Rhie HyoJeong, South Korea.
Mirieol renewed the company's package. Mirieol is a small organic rice cookie shop in South Korea. 'Mirieol' sounded like 'Me, real' representing 'specially made cookies for me'.
'Me, real' in the name, I tried to capture qualitative meaning. This is a package of popcorn package reminiscent.
Designed to be eaten with one hand and holding the cup of rice, cookies can be eaten in the car, conveniently designed.
Graphic theme of the royal family snack. One character in the series as a visual identity package.
Designed by Dho Yee Chung, South Korea.
Inspired by Alice in Wonderland, Drink me! is a line of fruit soda. Influences came from a range of subjects spanning classic video games that use a vector graphics display to the “Talk to me” exhibition at MoMA (2011). Drink me! is a combination of new technology and a classical story from childhood.
Designed by in-house Design Team of Etude Co. Ltd, South Korea.
Head of Marketing: Jung Jae Won, Yu Cha Young
Product design: Sul Se Mi
Graphic Design: Kim Min Hee, Choi Ji Yee
Project Management: Jung Mi Jung
Strategic Planning: Yu Yeon Jeong
With the product series “milk talk” Korean beauty and cosmetic brand Etude aims to provide its customers with a joyful shower time through a humorous design. The bottles of these wash lotions are made of a material with a soft texture that has a highly pleasant feel, echoing the product name and evoking associations of milk.
The moisturising body soaps are scented with real strawberry, apple or banana, which is not only indicated in the colour of the bottles but also in the illustrations in combination with the names. The fruits are furthermore reflected in the supplemented sponge tops, which were designed according to the different scents of the body soaps. On the one hand, they aim to allow the target group of 16 to 22 year old girls to identify themselves with their individual scent, and on the other hand they help space in bathrooms to be used more efficiently.
Designed by So Yeon Lee, South Korea.
Korean parents acknowledge that early childhood education plays a pivotal role in determining a child’s IQ. With this is mind, I decided to design a toy package that would assist intellectual development in children.
The package design focuses on each theme of IQ, EQ and GQ.
Each set of toys targets babies as young as 6months olds to 5 years old children. To clarify the purpose of the educational toy package, I have used an alphabet shape, a puzzle shape and vivid colors to attract and stimulate a child’s attention.
Prize winner in 2011 world peace art exhibition organized by South Korea.
Designed by SUNMIN, CHOI, South Korea.
This product is an Eco-friendly paint container which is made to paint a house on user's own. I made this small considering that it will be used just for fixing small part not painting the whole house.
Also, not like common iron-made containers it's made out of paper. Just like soy milk pack. The reason why I chose this particular material is for the environment. it can be re-used not to mention it's eco-friendly. For the consistency its design take the shape from blade of grass.
I well know about the difficulties women are having at opening a paint can.And I've also known how the present containers give people hard works when it should be mixed with other products because it can be really burdensome sometimes using tools to mix them cleanly. To solve those problems I devised the package of which the top can be cut so that it is able to be squeezed when it need to be mixed.
Designed by yoon jin. Kim, South Korea.
Following the present trend of increased interests in health, leisure sports are on people’s attention. I made this package-design appropriate for leisure sports shoes which are functionally various. In the other way, it gives fun to customer as it remind them of ‘tetris game’.
Designed by Kim Yeon Ji, South Korea.
Eat made easily at home or outdoor cocktail package.
Was designed to get a cocktail in a cocktail glass, and the brilliant colors of the motif.
When you open the package, packed with plastic cups and a small pyramid-shaped capsule, drink a cocktail base. After purchasing the package, open the capsule and mixed cocktail drink that is easy to configure the package.
Designed by Rhie HyoJeong, South Korea.
COBAG is motivated by the bag that is women's the most wannabe item. The COBAG's logo embodies the shape of mugs and bags. The inner color of logo embodies pattern that appear when the coffee is dissolving in the water. COBAG provides different shapes of the bags according to types of the coffee.
Just like women choose the bag for they complete their styles, you can choose the type of coffee according to your taste. So we prepare the COBAG ,that is motivated by coffee and bag, due to the idea which is COBAG is similar items of fashion. The special point of this coffee package is the front cover of the box. The cover contain a cute coffee illustration that is different in different type of coffee. This lovely illustration stand out the 'Coffee Bag'.The cover of box including illustration about a cup of coffee is similar to the cover of bags, so when you see this, you may want to take this cover and drink the cup of coffee.
Shall we drink a cup of the lovely 'COBAG'?
Designed by Song Yi Park, South Korea.
School: Hoseo University
I created and designed the concept, branding, and packaging for the Airline Company called ‘JinAir’ in South Korea. (Subsidiary Korea Airline).
The name is " City樂 " has a double meaning.
In Korea it’s called “도시락” This translates to lunch box.
Some Korean alphabet was base by Chinese. ‘도시’=city '락'=enjoy (You can understand 'Rock' as well because sound and meaning is connected with '락=樂=Rock')
So it means 'lunch box', 'enjoy in the city'.
Each product has an illustrated border which is inspired by actual famous landmarks throughout the world. The intended use of the product is depicted on the actual product. The Twelve-Pack is a collection of Airline meals which are created based on the four seasons and distributed monthly. The fact that Korea has four distinct seasons is its strong point. I want to appeal this point to the passengers. I want to give passengers a different meal each month. These will be tasty meals that will ensure that they fly year round. They will enjoy ‘JinAir’ more because of the different in-flight meals during the twelve month promotion period.
About the inside
Each can in the four-pack is perfectly sized allows the consumer.