Health drinks are becoming all the rage, but with a saturation in the market it’s more important than ever to make your product stand out. Hired Guns Creative designed this bright and friendly packaging for Tofino Kombucha, a new brand of health drinks that definitely stands out on the shelves.
With growing global warming concerns, creating sustainable packaging solutions are more essential than ever before. Tetra Pak and JUST Water have teamed up to create this sustainable water bottle in honor of Earth Day.
Brazilian designer and illustrator Barbara Tubelo recently unveiled her concept design for Shokolate Queen, a line of chocolate milk that is color coded by flavor. The hand-lettering and illustrated logo add a sense of whimsy to the streamline shape of the bottles.
French-born graphic designer Philippe Bordonado founded his studio practice in 2010 and has been collaborating with a dynamic network of product designers, photographers, copywriters and brand strategists ever since.
Unicorn, a branding agency based in Riga, Latvia created this whimsical logo and packaging system for Water for Change, a company with a serious mission: to educate consumers about reducing waste from plastic bottles and to provide access to clean, safe water in the developing world.
This student design project by Karen Gevorgyan simplifies the search for the perfect coffee by combining elegant branding and typography with a color-coded system for identifying key ingredients and your favorite flavors.
Get your green on. Mother is not merely a juice brand, but a company that aims to give consumers their daily dose of veggies to stay healthy. Designed by Forth + Back, the beverage kindly reminds you to “Drink Your Veggies,” and stands out with entirely green branding.
Siegenthaler &Co designed this beautifully colorful packaging for Corelia, a refreshing natural sparkling drink. The design features bold illustrations of flowers and foliage that correspond to the flavor represented.
A different variety of coffee bean sent to your doorstep each month—plus stellar packaging? Yes, please! We can’t get enough of Atlas Coffee Club, a subscription service that delivers some of the best coffee in the world from places like Tanzania, Kenya, Guatemala, Colombia and beyond. The designs on each bag are inspired by the coffee’s origin, and the front is free from any logos or text so as to not have any branding distractions for customers.
Atelier Neşe Nogay created this fresh and contemporary packaging for Melez Iced Tea. Each bottle allows for a great sense of transparency so that the consumer can directly see what the product is that they're actually getting.
If you take your morning cup of joe seriously, then be on the lookout for Tonelada Coffee. The brand takes great care with growing and handpicking their coffee beans to that they are the highest quality you can buy. YuJo! developed an impactful packaging design that emphasizes the coffee’s freshness and has a unique look to stand out amongst other traditional bags of coffee.
You go to the coffee shop for the ambiance and environment, so the products your barista uses shouldn’t be overlooked. Marchoc is a delightfully retro and playful line of drinking chocolates that are easy for coffee shop employees to tell apart. Each flavor has its own unique label designed by Greek agency Luminous Design Group.
It's been over a month since Punxsutawney Phil saw his own shadow on Groundhog Day which means winter is still in full swing, but Starbucks is here to boost our moods and remind us that Spring is just around the corner.
This milk is bringing excitement to the dairy aisle. Josh Emrich designed the upbeat packaging for Turner Dairy Farms milk, which includes an updated design for gallons, cartons, and even mini-cartons for kids.
When it comes to morning rituals, a cup of piping-hot coffee is priority one. For many, that first sip is the only way to gently coerce sleepy bodies into action mode, but if you’re in Saigon, you now have four ways.
The packaging for Leaf Garden is so perfectly suited for a natural beverage that is pure and oh so good for you. Designed by Mexican agency Bienal Comunicación, it gives consumers a sense of calm in an incredibly busy market. Using delicate lines and a dreamy watercolor style for the illustrations, it speaks to the natural purity of Leaf Garden’s contents.
It feels like your morning coffee is either enjoyed while you relax at home on the weekends or as you race out the door to get to work. VIVA iced coffee is the perfect mix, giving you a delicious coffee drink that you can easily tote around with you. Plus, the slick packaging from BRID - Branding Agency makes it especially elegant so you can feel like you’re really treating yourself.