"To set the scene for the design, Hendrick's is a unique gin that's produced with a rose petal and cucumber infusion. A Hendrick's and tonic is served with a slice of cucumber, so for Hendrick's events and some exclusive bars we felt that it was appropriate to package the cucumber with the respect it deserves."
Nice illustration work sent in by Natalia Vitorino:
"The aim of the brief was to come up with a brand identity and packaging for an organic tea packaging.
I've developed the brand identity Kukai Tea, designing the packaging for 3 flavours, (green tea, lemon tea and orange tea) using my illustrations and a simple squared box for the packaging."
"Watts Design, Melbourne, Australia is brand specialist creating packaging for all types of products. This range of organic pocket bread was designed to capture the conscientious bread eater. Made with a traditional ancient spelt recipe. Given that there are so many pocket breads on the market, we helped develop a paper bag with a window so the consumer can see the product."
Stephanie, a graphic design student at Art Center College of Design sent in four projects she's completed. Incidentally, she's also on the lookout for an internship.
"Chroma Paint: Branding and packaging for an environmental safe line of paint. Chroma is a safer, scientifically reformed paint for the conscientious, do-it-yourself customer. The sustainable, easy to use modular redesign is inspired by photosynthesis, and suggests an eco-friendly image & reliability. The product line and marketing strategy has been expanded to include concentrated, clean air, and solar paint, and has an identity system that will allow the collection to grow as technology advances.
Meals on Wheels: Branding and packaging for Meals on Wheels. These standardized meal boxes are made from one die cut, easily fold together, and are designed to simplify the process for volunteers. The bright colors change daily and create an opening ceremony that brightens the recipient's day.
The "Gift of Life": Packaging + Information design. Less than 30% of Americans are registered organ donors. These boxes would be given to potential donors to encourage them to give "the gift of life."
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