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Designed by Lily Li, Canada.
Aeroplay Kites is a fun and colorful do-it-yourself kite packaging for children between the ages of 9 to 12. The brand is vibrant and uses vivid colours to capture the playfulness of the product and to attract the attention of the target audience.
The package comes in two containers: a tube containing the wooden dowels, and a box containing the materials to tie the kites together. This package is versatile and two kites can be constructed from the package: a basic diamond kite and a delta kite. The kites contain simple instructions in less than 10 steps for each kite, making the construction for the target audience easily understandable.
After making the kites, the two containers can be used as storage for other materials and supplies, and the leftover materials from the kite kit can be used on other artworks or projects.
Designed by Jade Mummert, United States.
School: Chicago Portfolio School
This is a packaging system I created for Schwinn Signature, Schwinn's higher-end line of bicycles and bicycle accessories sold exclusively at bike shops. Schwinn Signature is a brand that targets the sophisticated, recreational cycling enthusiast. A logo facelift gives a nod to Schwinn's history with a vintage feel, and I chose to pair it with bold, utilitarian packaging that creates a voice for the brand that is both nostalgic and refreshingly new.
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.
Designed by Fizzbuzz Pty Ltd, Australia.
BodyBuilder Australia is a premium quality sports brand. The company appointed Fizzbuzz to produce a packaging design scheme for their new range of fitness gloves. The result is a simple, sharp and distinctive packaging design solution that enhances this premium brand’s values, shows off the gloves for inspection and genuinely jumps off the shelf when compared to competitor packaging.
Designed by UnCommon Beat, United States.
A Kickstarter project for our Black Book of Cards design project. We meticulously designed a typographic deck of playing cards using different words derived from the notion that we all have a card within the deck based on the day we were born. The concept is to portray the traditional card designs in an innovative way through form, pattern, and type. You may even enjoy visiting our project just to find out what card you are.
Designed by Oksal Yesilok, Turkey.
This is a single deck of 54 cards and logo design by me appeared. Design flies, diamonds, hearts and spades instead of using symbols to understand the symbols has been to create new symbols. Based on the concept of logo design that I created whimsical illustrations that have identified and encouraged. In general, a certain lineart made using the technique of vector based graphics language that supported the program. Take the time to complete the printed version of the design lasted 3 months.
Designed by Alessandro Bergomi, Italy.
This is a school project I've done during my 3D Modelling course. The brief was to create the packaging for a free choice product.
I chose a fictitious Label of Playing Cards and I invented a hypothetical brand of the product(MAAM). Then I created the logo and graphics, applying them on my folding box. I Used Adobe Illustrator CS6 and Modo. Playng cards is not an error. PLAYNG (playing) was a provocation, such as the use of 666 or ION
Nothing personal, creativity should be shared
Designed by Chris Cavill, Canada.
Agency: Chris Cavill Design
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The Type Deck is a uniquely designed playing card deck. The entire 52 poker cards are displayed through the form of custom typography. The Type Deck will be produced on a Limited Edition run and will be printed by the United States Playing Card Company. These cards are one of a kind, each deck is going to be a true collector's item.
Designed by BXC Design & Branding, United States.
Sporting goods package design for Giro. BXC recently help Giro rebrand their snow sports division product with a whole new system that includes all snow category specific helmets and goggles used globally. Check out our mad engineering skills in the box and drawer! Giro wanted the packaging to be an equal to their design philosophy so the new concept is focused on structure and function first. The boxes are also design for maximized paper yield by minimizing cut-off waste, and the a pop-bottom structure to increased assembly time. The boxes also fold and store flat for retail storage. Oh, and the packaging 100% compostable, windows are PET. So your packaging can be more than just recyclable.
Designed by Erik Berger Vaage, Norway.
School: Academy of Art University
Wan Hur - Photography
Philip Brunberg - Copy
Create the packaging for a new line of products for an already existing sports manufacturer.
A colorful and fun line of table tennis products directed towards hipsters.
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 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 Marbles: Brain Workshop, United States.
When Marbles: Brain Workshop began working on The Brain Cube with Jason Freeny, an American sculptor known for his brilliantly original dissection of pop-culture toys, we were a little star struck. And afraid for our organs. And really excited to step up to the challenge of producing and designing packaging worthy of such an awesome toy.
At first we played around with a number of box designs, but since the final product was a Rubik's-style puzzle cube with brain bits instead of colors, we kept coming back to the obvious answer: a glass jar. Sure, it might be considered packaging overkill, but Marbles was out to create a real head-spinner. Plus, once the substrate decision was made, it really was just a matter of figuring out how to make the Brain Cube "float" (completed by clear vac-form cases that dangle from the top of the jar) and making sure consumers had great visibility of the final product (completed with a clean screen print design on clear stickers which could easily be removed should the consumer wish).
It's available here: http://www.marblesthebrainstore.com/the-brain-cube
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