Posts tagged "Packaging Design"

  1. Daioni - Package Design 3 years ago Permalink

    In 2003, Welsh family famers, Laurence and Eira Harris launched a range of naturally flavoured organic milk drinks from their Organic Dairy in Pembrokeshire. The milks were delicious and gained many loyal followers wherever they were sampled, and their Welsh roots made them a firm favourite with local retailers.

  2. Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Tea Packaging 3 years ago Permalink

    Packaging for Fairmont’s signature teas had to communicate the luxury messaging of the brand, as well as the health-promoting ingredients of the teas. Bursts of colour were added to Fairmont’s corporate black to differentiate the flavours and to add an element of cheerfulness.

  3. Sivaana - Package Design 3 years ago Permalink

    Slide-in box packing for Sivaana. This particular series of 3 box sizes is for show piece items consisting of a wide range of marble, brass and crystal items. This series is called the @Home collection and the focus is on nature and geometrical figures.

  4. Replenish - Packaging Design 3 years ago Permalink

    We don’t want clean to come with a price – to you or the environment. Too often packaging is designed to transport water. Packaging that still had a one-time use and ended up where we’d rather not have it go.

  5. Organic Cottage - Package Design 3 years ago Permalink

    New brand creation for a line of organic Indian products that needed to appeal to a traditional Indian audience as well as everyday health-conscious consumers. The scope included identity refresh, brand language, package design, and writing.

  6. Yeo Valley Big Pots - Package Design 3 years ago Permalink

    Following the creation of a new brand identity for Yeo Valley in June – leveraged by the runaway success of the ‘Yeo Valley Rap’ TV advertising - Pearlfisher has developed the identity and packaging for a new range of Yeo Valley Big Pots launching this week.

  7. Dirty Apron Foods - Package Design 3 years ago Permalink

    Glasfurd & Walker were commissioned for the project and designed a clean, type driven identity and packaging for the range - including gift packs with a flexible, modular structure to allow for various product combinations.

  8. Prismatique Sample Kit - Package Design 3 years ago Permalink

    Prismatique launched a new line of its Vidro glass-topped tables. This kit for sales reps houses samples that illustrate the range of glass finishes, colours and designs for these tables.

  9. Penhaligon’s Christmas Gift Collection - Package Design 3 years ago Permalink

    This was a fantastically collaborative process with the client - we both wanted to create something unique that didn’t rely on Christmas clichés. The use of bright colours makes a real statement and ensures the boxes are not too traditional.

  10. Butter! Better! - Package Design 3 years ago Permalink

    Whenever we eat bread, at a picnic, in a cafe or on an airplane, we usually use disposable butter. I replaced its ordinary container lid with a wooden, knife shaped one.

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