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Did you know that during the 1920s, Pepto-Bismol was sold at soda fountains? The famous pink medicine was packaged in large bottles with stoppers, from which a vendor would dispense single doses.
Calling all burrito fiends! Kathy Lees has created the design for El Sabor Libre, a line of organic, Mexican-inspired burritos, gazpacho, and lime-infused water. Combining just the right amount of fun with an elegant, hand-written brand name to bring us a burrito we can’t wait to get our hands on.Read More
It’s companies like American Tuna that give us hope for the future of our food. They tasked Moxie Sozo with creating a brand for exclusive distribution at Whole Foods. Since they rely on traditional methods to source their fish, they needed a design that would embrace that and appeal to modern consumers who are interested in the origin and fair treatment of the fish they catch.Read More
Whoa, whoa whoa! If the Royal Cargo packaging design doesn’t grab your attention, you possibly might be color blind. What an uplifting, fun and happy color palette the Finnish design firm 358 has used for this new beverage’s packaging design.Read More
If dogs and cats had the equivalent of a human’s paleo diet, we imagine it would look something like Canagan. The grain-free pet food range is one of the United Kingdom’s best-selling brands, and was just released in the United States.Read More
Taking the ordinary and transform it into an extraordinary piece of packaging. This is what Charlie Nash has done for his conceptual project.
The brief he worked towards was to take a famous brand and redesign it in a way that could “Convey originality, craft and storytelling through simple, bold, warm and engaging design.” The new identity also had to be a category breakthrough, be enduring and memorable.