Showing posts with label Sweden. Show all posts
    Showing posts with label Sweden. Show all posts

  • Agency: Adentity
    Type of work: Commercial work
    Country: Sweden

    Is it a packaging or a display? It's both!
    A bold statement for Xperia

    Adentity, an advertising agency based in Malmö, Sweden, developed a clever mini POS display concept for Sony’s flagship products Xperia Z2 and the Xperia Z2 Tablet.

    The box for the display phone transforms into a striking in-store showcase with just a few simple steps. The tilted display instantly catches the eye of shoppers and passers-by, and clearly complements the phone’s state-of-the-art design. The sleek, bold, black artwork clearly highlights and accentuates the Z2’s premium status and performance.

  • Agency: Kollor
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work
    Country: Sweden
    Four different varieties of organic bean sprouts, is the latest addition to the à la eco product family. The sprouts are easy to grow and a pleasure to eat. By following three simple steps outlined on the product backs, you get freshly harvested organic sprouts in only a few days.

    Kollor has created the overall design for à la eco, including the branding of the company, various printed matter and of course the packaging design concepts.

  • Agency: Linkin
    Designer: Ulf Textorius
    Illustrator: Julia Modén-Treichl
    Photographer: David Einar
    Copywriter: Erik Stedt
    Project manager: Patrik Griph

    Client: Centralbryggeriet
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work
    Country: Sweden

    We helped Centralbryggeriet with their brewery brand identity as well as their beer label. Centralbryggeriet was first established in Linkoping, Sweden in the early 1900's before world war one, but was shut down in the 70's.

    The new Centralbryggeriet wanted to keep it's heritage to the old one, but also make the branding feel new, modern and have a touch of local patriotism.

    We based the design on a hexagon, a shape we found kept appearing in different forms in the old brewerys employee newspaper . We used the hexagon as the main design element and it's found in both brewery symbol as well as their beer labels and stationary.

    The first beer series released by Centralbryggeriet is called Folkes. Folke Filbyter is the popularized name of the pagan progenitor of the House of Bjelbo clan. His cognomen Filbyter is believed to mean "foal biter" and refers to a man who castrates colts with his teeth.

  • Agency: Neumeister
    Client: Enjoy Wine & Spirits
    Country: Sweden

    For the launch of a new line of alcohol-free wines from Enjoy Wine & Spirits, Neumeister looked back in time over distant lands and seas for inspiration. The bottle labels celebrate the appearance of and language spoken by “Olde World” trading companies dating from the 18th and 19th centuries. The courage of the sailors and explorers who endured many hardships now comes through for wines from different origins and countries as the ideal complements for meat and fish prepared at home.

  • Agency: Neumeister
    Client: Cloetta
    Type of work: Commercial work
    Country: Sweden

    Sean Banan is a wacky guy. But whether you laugh at him, or with him, he’s just happy to put a smile on your face. And there’s no denying that the Swedish comedian and singer always gets attention. For a new limited edition candy from Cloetta, Polly Goes Bananas, Neumeister tapped into the entertainer’s energy. Packaging for the popcorn-, bubble gum- and banana-flavored mix is designed to visually jump off store shelves. So live it up. Dig in. Treat your sweet tooth right. Repeat as often as you like.

  • Agency: Neumeister Strategic Design
    Client: Läkerol
    Type Of Work: Commercial Work
    Country: Sweden

    As summer temperatures in Sweden rise, sales of Läkerol brand pastilles traditionally head south. In order to heat up the market, Neumeister designed and named two summer editions inspired by the culture of Brazil. The theme incorporated colors and patterns representing the hot city sidewalks that separate streets from the country’s famous sandy beaches.

  • Designer: Michela Monterosso
    Location: Stockholm, Sweden

    The Hitchhiker's beer is for the adventurous travellers, for people who are always on the look-out for the next great experience. The concept is based on the travel journal, a hand-sketched diary in which the explorer has left impressions, thoughts and feelings.The graphic is deliberately rough and bold, for travellers have no time to care about perfect curves!

  • Agency: Beatrice Menis
    Country: Stockholm, Sweden

    It Pops!

    The goal was to communicate the tradition and the natural ingredients used for in the popsicles; this is the reason why we chose to combine handmade typography with the popsicle image. Here you can see the first three flavours but It Pops will be launching new flavours soon. At the same time we're working with the brand identity and we will be uploading soon the visual communication and the stationary. Have a sneak peak at the Packaging design for now!

  • Agency: eric/oskar
    Designer: Eric Calderon & Oskar Edengréen
    Client: Marsblade
    Type Of Work: Commercial work
    Country: Sweden

    MARSBLADE was created to help hockey players get the best off-ice training possible. It is the first training tool that truly offers an ice-like feel without actually skating on ice. The patented Flow Motion Technology allows hockey players to find the right balance point and use the same agile movement pattern as in ice skating. By activating the same muscle groups used for ice skating, MARSBLADE helps skaters prepare for the upcoming season, prevent injuries and become overall better ice hockey players. eric/oskar created the visual identity and the packaging design.

  • Designers: Andreas Wikström, Erika Teljing and Hanna Mellin
    School: Linnaeus University
    Type of work: Student Project
    Country: Sweden

    Food package for a fictional product line of heat-n-eat meals. Large Package: Main course. Small package: Dessert. All the meals contains only 360 kcal each.

  • Agency: Neumeister
    Client: Triakata
    Type of work: Commercial work
    Country: Sweden

    Latvia is one of the greenest countries in the world. And the farmers still call their cows by names. For Latvijas Piens, a farmer’s cooperative, Neumeister evolved the brand of cheese its members produce for both local sale and export. In the Trikata line of products, which roughly translates to “three cats”, cheeses are now packaged with images that instantly communicate the “Closer to Nature” values that all of the cheeses embody.

  • Designed by: Great Works
    Client: Our/Vodka
    Country: Sweden


    With a small, stubby bottle, simple geometrical shapes, black and white typography and a crown cap, Our/Vodka sets out to redraw the vodka map in the US, Europe and Australia. In addition to the disruptive design, Our/Vodka also introduces an unconventional business model, with local entrepreneurs launching microdistillery ventures in their own cities.

    “A lot of vodka brands have been fighting for the same market turf for a long time, trying to outdo each other with taller bottles, more gold, diamonds and the same overstated, luxurious design. We wanted to break those conventions and rethink what a vodka bottle could look like. It was time for a new type of premium,” says Mårten Magnusson, art director at Our/Vodka and Great Works. Mårten had never designed anything similar before, but Our/Vodka has already won him a Silver Lion in Cannes.

    The small bottle is kept very simple, with a paper label featuring a handwritten logo giving personality and soul to the brand. Each bottle also gets a local touch as the vodka is named after the city where it is produced. After a successful introduction in Berlin, Our/Vodka – the first global vodka with local roots – sets out to redraw the vodka map. Together with local partners, Our/Vodka, a Pernod Ricard brand, will open micro distilleries in eleven cities across the US, Europe and Australia. Our/Detroit will open during the summer and Our/Seattle, Our/New York, Our/Amsterdam, Our/Los Angeles & Our/London later 2014. Our/Austin, Our/Miami, Our/Nashville, Our/New Orleans and Our/Melbourne will follow.

    “In every city, a local entrepreneur will engage with the local community and open a boutique distillery with a back-to-the-roots mentality", says Åsa Caap founder of Our/Vodka and former Innovations Director at Pernod Ricard.

    Our/Vodka is made according to the same recipe, but every distillery will use ingredients sourced as local as possible. This means that each city, not only lends its name, but also a specific local character to the vodka. The local partners also have the freedom to market the vodka in their own fashion.

    Our/Vodka is smooth and fresh with a fruity note, and composed to mix well with any mixer.

    Our/Vodka was developed by a small group of entrepreneurs and ended up as a start-up project under the umbrella of Pernod Ricard. It is a unique concept for marketing and distributing vodka and it was initiated by Åsa Caap and co-created with Kalle Söderqvist, Mattias Nyström, Ted Persson, Ola Persson and Mårten Magnusson from the Swedish agency Great Works.

  • Agency: Nordic Society for Invention and Discovery
    Designer: Eric Calderon
    Country: Sweden

    Nordic Society for Invention and Discovery is currently working on a quirky little project called The Birdhouse Cookies. Weird name huh? But it actually describes exactly what it is. It's a box of cookies that can be turned into a bird feeding house. Coming from Sweden, with it's sometimes harsh winters, The bitter cold can do to these tiny creatures. So I wanted to do something about it. The concept explores the idea of making packaging that has afterlife and multi purposes.

    Nordic Society for Invention and Discovery (NSID) is a small research / design Lab based in Sweden and Finland. NSID explores and develops products beyond our imagination. Among NSIDs work you can find the No More Woof, Flower Shell and Wall of Sound.

  • Agency: Bakerscape
    Country: Sweden

    Ignorin is the first over-the-counter tablet in Sweden which subdues migraine pain with anti-inflammatory diclofenac. Bakerscape received the task from Actavis to create a design and an idea for the new brand. Ignorin was to attract a female market. The ideal target market image was a young Hillary Clinton…professional but womanly. There is a fine balance with medicine, determining how pharmaceutical a product needs to be visually to be perceived as effective. Ignorin was to stand out from the typical medical look. At the same time, red is a given colour in the migraine segment and needed to be taken into account.

    Bakerscape tapped into the idea of acoustical cushioning and sound absorption materials. After all, migraines are known to be so painful that one wants to cushion the head from movements, sounds and lights. The red, when toning into a rich magenta, became modern, fresh and feminine while still connecting to the migraine norm of red.

    The new packaging was released in the beginning of March 2014. Check out more Bakerscape's work on Packaging of the World