Ksenija Jurinec is a freelance designer in Zagreb, Croatia. He sent in this design her recently completed for Olea BB d.o.o. Rabac:
"The colours of the label design of the individual types of olive oil were selected with the help of bionics; the colour stylisation is based on the olives’ stage of ripeness. Thus every type of oil was given an individual colour and look. The elegantly and simply shaped bottles, the labels of which refer to the other types of oil with its coloured vertical stripes, have a precious appearance due to this clear and austere design. Its bottle top functions like a kind of stopper, which allows precise dispensing and protects the oil at the same time."
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Greenhouse Partners in Boulder, CO created this packaging for Boulder Soupworks.
M13 Functional Juice
Betterdaze Press did this packaging design for M13 Functional Juice, a small company based in Vancouver. Mark Gainor, the designer says, "We managed to fit an enormous amount of functional ingredients into each bottle and we have incorporated recycled products into our design palette from day one."
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Dom Pérignon Wedding
Dom Pérignon has launched Dom Pérignon Wedding, a new collection of a dozen bottles which are included with a special 13th bottle in a lacquered box featuring a unique silver label (pictured above). To commemorate the wedding, this special silver label bottle can have the names of the couple and the date of the ceremony. One more shot of the box after the jump.
Packaging concept by Russian agency, Kian:
"The KIAN brand agency took on the process of naming, formulating a creative brand conception, and creating the package shape. Soy milk “Soy mamelle” is a 100% vegetative product. It is a source of high grade fiber and calcium, containing no cholesterol and a proven ability to actually lower cholesterol levels in the human body.
The developed conception of the package shape resembled an udder, which presents the first half of the message in that soy milk is identical to that of a cow. The second part of the message is delivered via the colour score and décor of the packaging, which concentrate on the phytogenesis of the product, creating an image of nature and health.
The packaging is developed with two options, individual and family size. The individual packaging is made out of glass, while the family size option is made of a natural latex material. The legs of the packaging are made of special valves and dose systems which allow the container to fill multiple glasses simultaneously by gently squeezing it. In this case, the process of interacting with the packaging becomes more alive and interesting. This finding has tremendous potential for improvement of brand identity in POS-materials and nonstandard equipment trading."
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