I love this elegant duotone packaging for Doyles, an Australian seafood restaurant. The Creative Methodwas responsible for the design, drawing from the newspapers of yesteryear for their inspiration.
Akufen Atelier Créatif has “hipsterized” Dose’s line of organic juices. Bottled in clear plastic, each beverage is titled in bold graphic type according to its color. The design is minimal, catering to the trending market for juicing. With the play on words, inspired by abbreviated text messages, Dose targets a more youthful audience.
“Dose is a Montreal based organic / raw juice company that makes delicious healthy juices every morning and then delivers them to your work place ! We created a brand and package that is as simple and colorful as the products themselves.”
The Coca-Cola Company has been around for over a century, but they just experienced a first: Brody Associates unveiled a bespoke typeface inspired by the brand itself. The typeface—called TCCC Unity, which stands for The Coca-Cola Company Unity—is described by vice president of global design, James Sommerville, as “encapsulating elements from Coca-Cola’s past and its American Modernist heritage.”
Brody Associates produced a variety of weights and styles, giving it maximum flexibility to be used, to grow, and to evolve. It feels modern and versatile—easily able to roll out in all touchpoints. There’s also an app, TCCC Unity, in which the creators tell how the typeface’s personality came from the company’s visual heritage. It offers a unique peek at the process for creating it and even includes a selection from Coca-Cola’s archives to show what was used for inspiration.
Backbone Branding has created this unique and fresh take on juice packaging for new juice brand, YAN.
“Backbone Branding’s collaboration with SIS Natural juice manufacturer started years ago, by developing a new juice brand YAN. As a result was developed a unique glass bottle which immediately put the product into premium category.”
Spanish agency Supperstudio designed this gorgeous packaging for Beautea.
“Every year, Goods & Services agency creates a festive holiday gift for our clients; for 2016, our creative team decided to have some fun with holiday crackers.”
“So we searched the globe to capture the most unusual ‘giving’ holiday creatures. Each cracker includes a story that is unique to its character. Tío De Nadal, a friendly log found in Spain, is beaten with a stick by children on Christmas eve until it poops out small presents. Yule Cat, a notorious feline native to Iceland, pounces and gobbles up farmhands who haven’t finished their winter’s work. Kallikantzaroi, a southeastern European goblin, creates mayhem during the 12 days of Christmas, by souring milk, terrorizing farm animals and generally being a nasty menace. The final character, Namahage, is a New Year’s ogre who storms into Japanese families’ homes and can only be placated by tasty treats.”
Now this is something I want for Christmas?
Every year Chase Design Group creates a holiday gift to share with clients. For 2013, they hit upon the idea of doing a chocolate gift. A humorous riff on the “12 Days of Christmas” seemed like the perfect way to feature Chase’s inventive design and Clear Image’s outstanding printing.
Each wrapper features a different aspect of the design process from frayed nerves to a perfect proof. Every designer at Chase got a chance to design their own wrapper both inside and out (please view below each individual design credits). Each design uniquely conveys the hectic and often humorous experience of working as a designer.
We all love the unbeatable comfort of beanbags, and thought wouldn’t it be great if we could take that comfort with us everywhere we went! After many sketches and hand sewn prototypes we finally had something… Luckily everybody who tried it felt the same as us, and love it. Looks like comfort has just evolved!The Bean About name and brand was created to look & feel fun, adventurous and caring with a life of its own! A logo that can literally walk just about anywhere!
Bean About is a compact, folding bean bag which can be carried like a backpack. It has been specially designed to take roughly a quarter the amount of beans then your average bag and the fabric used is produced out of old recycled bottles. The aim was to reduce our footprint to a bare minimum without compromising on comfort. Our website has been designed to create a sense of discovery and fun, whilst still being informative and easy to use. You can explore the site here: http://www.mybeanabout.com
Not that we really needed any encouragement to buy more chocolate bars, but Utopick Chocolates is quite the collection! Inspired by Spanish Explorers, the origami paper resembles that of the sails of a ship. Lavernia & Cienfuegos developed the packaging which easily unfolds (and refolds) seamlessly, allowing consumers to marvel at its beauty even after they’ve indulged.