"Estudio Amaya | Pulenta developed this packaging for homemade products from Barreal, San Juan, Argentina. The design was requested to be easy to use and economic. That is why the studio solved the problem with basic one ink labels and flavour stickers."
Brazilian designer, Christopher Chefel, took on the task of creating the name, logo, and visual identity for a line of homemade jams called "HUMM...". The challenge was to draw the attention of customers to buy "HUMM... Jams" homemade products. Using bold and san serif typography - and letting the jam’s true colors stand out - Christopher Chefel developed a simple yet effective visual communication.
"Our studio has just designed the Lemon powder packaging for 1854`s new product.
We were asked to make 3 presentations: Lemon powder, Lemon powder and pepper, Lemon powder and salt.
As the product is new in the market we developed an eye catching special illustrated display for each item, changing only the color schemes according to the content."Designed and sent in by Estudio Clara Ezcurra, a small graphic design studio from Argentina.
1854 Herbs & Spices
Beautiful packaging designed by Estudio Clara Ezcurra, a small graphic design studio from Argentina:
"Our studio designed recently the new packaging for 1854 herbs & spices from
For this development we intended to combine very simple non conventional associations with for spice with a silhouette made to identify every product. The central idea was to translate with some humor signs of universal culture which addressed the diversity of locations, cuisines and regions from which the goods are original.
Being these tins made for a gourmet product the choice for the labels was metalized (silver foil) paper, printed with bright black background in contrast to the metallic color of each product, giving the product a high quality finish and a innovative look."
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Check out this beautiful packaging design for new Danish artisan honey company HELT. "The labels on the honey jars are colour coded and based on the classic beehive interior's honeycomb pattern. Each jar contains unique illustrations and icons based on its special flavour and the flowers from which the particular bees collected the nectar."