Gunnarshögs Gård

Gunnarshögs Gård

Gunnarshögs Gård, a farm known for its artisanal oil and food products, came to Neumeister looking for an identity that not only conveyed their legacy, but also represented the market leading expertise the family-owned farm had earned over generations. With that challenge in mind, Neumeister sought to celebrate past success with a very modern expression. Marrying a graphic drawing of the actual Gunnarshögs farm with a carefully chosen color palette. The result is an identity that radiates appeal and tells a story of exquisitely modern products from a family company.

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Epleslang Apple Juice

Epleslang Apple Juice

Epleslang’s apple juice packaging designed by Dinamo Design is exceptionally unique. This glass bottle with its circular window of vines is wrapped ¾ of the way with an abundance of black and white branches. As the paper twists around the neck of the bottle it references the act of harvesting apples when they're twisted off of tree branches. The light yellow color of the beverage peeks through the base resulting in an evenly balanced design.

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Concept: Wine, or Maybe Not?

Concept: Wine, or Maybe Not?

Inspired by The Simpsons and Pieter Mondrian's iconic paintings, this concept is about a game of chance that is combined with wine. A wine that has been sitting for 26 years: what will it be? Wine, or Maybe Not? 

"The drink was brought to life together with the cartoon characters in 1987. May be it is wine, may be not. We are inviting you to find out yourselves. The contents have been kept secret for already 26 years now. While the ingredients remain the same, their proportions differ from time to time. That is why you will never get bored from this drink! We can assure you that you will not be left disappointed. The design is inspired by the works of Pieter Mondrian. "
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Jam Packed Fun Moments

Jam Packed Fun Moments

In an effort to have kids make smarter choices, Studio ABD Pvt. Ltd. focused on an interactive packaging design for Hindustan Unilever Ltd. that would appeal to younger minds. This 2-in-1 kit contains a set of fruity jams and a board game. The theme of the game, Jungle Safari, references the journey a child would go through in life and the important decisions they will make - for example, healthy food choices. The tin box is illustrated with a number of characters, each with their own persona, on a backdrop of lime green, giving the product a vibrancy and spark

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Student: ED3N

Student: ED3N

“ED3N” is a particular 3 item gift set by student, Adrien Duchateau, of Belgium. The packaging combines “3” trending styles, black and white, matte, and illustration, to give the product a mysterious and alluring energy. The etched and detailed illustrations are printed on matte white bottles and wrapped with a black labelled ribbon. The ribbon is delicately lined with the slightest amount of color, helping break the monotone look without bringing too much attention to the color itself. The black and white scheme is continued as the white crate is slipped with a minimal black sleeve. The name, as well as the ghostly design, references the biblical “Garden of Eden.” With the product being as transcendental as it is, there is a mischievous quality to it that can be compared to the snake and the apple in the myth.  

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Student: Bullets Beans

Student: Bullets Beans

In efforts to make legumes more appealing, especially to younger consumers, a fun narrative was implemented by Gemma Cormick for Bullet packaging. Inspired by the name, an army theme was a natural direction to go in. The design focuses on a clear, witty look initially using a rainbow of solid background colors to help the product jump off the shelves. Once it grabs the consumers attention, they are invited to further explore the carefully considered bag. The name “Bullets” is surrounded by angled lines, giving the impression that the title was stamped. Below, the star of the show, an army character forms through a cutout which has a multitude of beans, and is topped with a hat. To emphasize the military theme, accent pieces are installed, such as a bullet hole for the barcode.

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Concept: Summer Garden

Concept: Summer Garden

Designed by Edmundas Jankauskas, this label concept for Summer Garden focuses on the flavor of each liqueur through the use of color. The redesign plays with the fruitiness, as the image on each bottle, composed of smaller images, spring forward with a fresher look. The design gives a lightness, free-flowing ease that is associated with summertime by minimizing the content and decluttering the central image. The same small images are scattered on the neck of the bottle resembling champagne bubbles, fireworks, glitter, associated with celebration. 

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Spinster Sisters Co. Soap Bar

Spinster Sisters Co. Soap Bar

Inspired by vintage soap packaging, Spinster Sisters Co. approached Andrew Cruz to design a unique, tactile box with a handcrafted feel that would allow the product to be seen, and the scent experienced. These handmade soap are produced in small batches with the finest natural ingredients. Rich with essential oils and botanicals, the products are gentle, sulfate free, phthalate free, and hypoallergenic. 

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Pafylida Farm Egg Packaging

Pafylida Farm Egg Packaging

Maria Romanidou had transportation in mind when creating this Egg Packaging. The cardboard box resembles a shipping container with an unusual side opening. A hole  on each side allows the consumer a sneak peek at the eggs inside. Each egg is sandwiched between cardboard to prevent any movement from happening. The label, also referencing shipment container labels, uses tall, skinny type allowing the design to implement the oval shape of an egg into the brand’s name.

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