So simple yet so impactful. For their in-house brand, VDA BANGKOK developed a tea line with varieties like rose white tea, earl grey black tea, banoffee black tea, and so much more. Their colorful boxes and sans serif font embrace simplicity while still possessing that eye-catching quality which is key for standing out in a saturated market.
Virgin drinks might just become your drink of choice, thanks to SEK’s amazing design for Alko Mocktails. These flavorful beverages come with trendy packaging that will mean you won’t even miss the alcohol.
After a 5-year process, the new Fanta bottle is finally here—and it’s totally twisted, literally. The inspiration for the design was born out of play, giving the bottle a fun, lively look. You’ll currently find the bottle in Great Britain, Italy, Poland, Malta, Serbia, Finland, and Romania, although it will expand production in the next few months.
The Seventh Duchess is an organic tea brand with a luxurious visual identity to match its name. The Duchess came to Boxer and Co. for a slight makeover of two lines in their collection; their classic and apothecary teas. Boxer and Co. did away with the previous tin packaging system and replaced it with an elegant new tube structure.
This fruit juice is sure to put a smile on your face. Pearlfisher designed Rio to stand apart from artificially sweetened fruit-flavored sodas by giving a bright, playful design that’s inspired by the natural beauty of Brazil.
BRO (you can call it BROTHER too) is the minimalistic and sustainable coffee maker, which lets you brew a cup of smooth and rich tasting coffee. Designer and Creative Director Vytautas Volbekas designed the packaging with an anthropomorphic nod to the product's name, adding a sense of humor and whimsey to the overall package experience.
If you can’t imagine getting anything done in your day without enjoying a cup of joe first, you’re not alone. Common Grounds celebrates coffee drinking, recognizing that it’s something people all around the world enjoy. Brandon Wherley developed a student project that would incorporate the origins of the coffee beans into the packaging.
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.