Voyageur du Temps is a California bakery and cafe serving hand-crafted, artisan goods. As a way to reflect the cafe’s time-honored baking methods and craftsmanship, Character designed and produced all branding elements of the cafe experience.Click to read more
Ogilvy & Mather Induction Box is a package given to all new employees. The concept behind the design is "The Eternal Pursuit of Unhappiness." Created by RedWorks from Cape Town, this design is meant to bring unity for new employees and have them embrace the rich values that Ogilvy & Mather are known for.Click to read more
Wally is a new sensor system that detects and alerts homeowners of water leaks and changes in humidity via their mobile device. Wally got its name because it uses walls, and the existing wiring of your home, to create a sensor network that alerts you of water leaks as well as important trends in humidity and temperature levels.
Character was tasked with creating an identity system that extended across consumer touch points, including retail packaging, website, and mobile app.Click to read more
How do you feel today? Sad or Happy? Tired or Flirty? Take Away cup lets you customize your face and mood on your cup by moving the cup sleeve. A fun way to express your emotions, while taking in your favorite beverage from Gawatt Coffee Shop. Designed by Backbone Branding, the cleaver use of printing, makes the consumer interact with their cup and is a perfect re-useable cup that you can use over and over.Click to read more
Eroski Ice Cream Wafers adapts a 1950’s icecream parlor pattern to their boxes, designed by Supperstudio. Soft pastels and simple symbols, to identify the product inside, gives the packaging an alluring sense of nostalgia. The minimal text brings attention to the decorative elements such as the baby polka dot accented on the side of the box.Click to read more
Check out this range of playful chocolate bars designed to bring out the inner-child in you and brighten your day. Designed by Impprintz, a graphic design studio from India, the bars feature an illustrated scene that revolves around the play-time shared between Ebony, a little Indian boy, and Ivory, a baby elephant. The wrappers are screen-printed with vibrant colors, and combined with the clever illustrations, the packaging invokes the feeling of childhood play.Click to read more
Frank's is a line of dog products specifically for the dachshund, or widely known as "the hot dog - dog." A design created by Amanda Day, who utilized strong type with delicate patterns to showcase this line of pet products that includes bow ties and gentle knit sweaters. A collection that is unique, specific, and unlike anything out in the market.
"I was asked to design a packaging system for pet products that was unlike anything else on the market. The brand was specifically for the dachshund. The typography is bold and classic, suggesting a sense of luxury and taste, even in a dog food. I paired the strong type with delicate handcrafted graphic patterns, all printed on a recycled stock. Ultimately, the design will not only appeal to dachshund owners but all dog lovers."Click to read more
Toronto based patisserie, NADÈGE launches an exclusive and collaborative macaron packaging. Each month a new macaron box design will launch featuring a new artist. This will continue from August 1 — until January 16. NADÈGE wanted to contribute to the growing art community and decided to launch a series of unique art work from various designers from a variety of disciplines.
The artist boxes will launch in succession beginning with Virginia Johnson’s design followed by Steve Krug. The first launch which is this Friday, August 1 with Virginia Johnson. Virginia is a Textile Designer and Illustrator. Her design is inspired by French orange blossoms. These orange blossoms create a beautiful composition and pairing with the macarons.
The next design is to launch September 5, by Steve Krug and Jennifer Weaymouth. This duo composed an avant-garde still and photographed this modern white-on-white composition. The design is fitting to NADÈGE ascetics and work exquisitely with the macaron box.Click to read more
Brauer needed a packaging design that would best represent the company's natural home remedy. Black Squid Design steered toward a minimalist aesthetic with a decorative finish. The box, matched with the bottle’s label, is stark white plastered with a symbolic keyword that would quickly give the consumer an understanding of the purpose of each pill. A playful doodle hugs the label, abstractly describing the feeling you would get once you intake the product. The added drawing combined with the bright matching colored streak gives life to the packaging without excessively artificially coloring it.Click to read more
Dinamo Design gives Olden water a facelift in efforts that the product will stand out from the trending minimalistic design of its competitors. Olden’s previous design was believed to be blending in with the rest of the items on the shelves with a predictable blue for the label and top. With the new design, color is utilized wrapping around the bottle playfully.Click to read more