Students from Cornish College of the Arts designed a new product for Trojan Condoms, doing research and defining their own demographic.Read More
My Dear Skin is a new line of skin care products with packaging design that can be credited to CREATIVE AGENCY K2D of Moscow, Russia.Read More
A redesign of the Swedish company Depend Cosmetics AB. Their assortment includes nail, hair and eye contour products.Read More
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Successful brand managers and designers know that effective packaging is rooted in strategy. Make sure your strategy is sound—and learn how to communicate it to clients and corporate colleagues—with The Dieline Packaging Program.
The Dieline’s Andrew Gibbs has put together a program packed with best practices and case studies from top brands, all designed to help you develop your strategic skills and taking your branding expertise to the next level.Read More
“Enrobed in the shadows of towering cedars lurks Baba Yaga, an iron-toothed witch and master of the elements.” This chilling description for Arbutus Distillery’s newest product, Baba Yaga absinthe, is merely the start of the curious journey that package design takes you on.Read More
With its black packaging and constellation-inspired design, Carlsberg NOX looks so initially intriguing that your main desire is to simply reach out and hold it in your own two hands.Read More
The idea behind Yachtsetter is a dream vacation: an ultimate sailing experience among crystal clear waters complete with amazing music, exciting water sports, and total relaxation.Read More
In this interview, we sit down and talk to Haydn Deane, Co-founder & Creative Director of Ennis Perry Creative about the Brightwood Project and how Sustainability plays a role in the design.Read More
When you combine a passion for wine, a locally renowned name that sounds like two famous French Bordeaux, and a sense of humour, the result is something very special.Read More
In Part 1 of this series we established project goals and defined the creative parameters of a project by answering how much, how many, and when. In Part 2 we discussed the structural design process, breaking the mold to create